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 Posted: 11-14-2016 05:56 pm
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answerman

 

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Before you do anything, I would pull out the fuses, clean them up (emery cloth or steel wool, or maybe a can of aerosol electrical contact cleaner) and also clean the fuse clamps that hold them in place. They are notorious for getting dirty and causing intermittent connections. I have to "spin" one in its holder every so often to get it to connect properly.