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New guy 90 wrangler

Just got a 90 wrangler. Used to own a cj7 and a grand cherokee. Love the brand, like the little ones the best. Mine has a finnicky fuse box... the Turn signal fuse and the one that powers the instruments keep moving out of contact. not a huge deal, just frustrating. Any ideas on how to stop this short of replacing the fuse pannel? If not, how big of a job is this for the electrically challenged?

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