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11-27-2009 10:18 AM
NAVYCHIEF there are no "prongs" as such. it is a cinister. kind of like a small relay. see pic(fuzzy one). if all else fails. solder your in-line fuse to the back of the fuse holder on the hot side. be sure to insulate after soldering.oh yeah, disconnect the battery before soldering.
11-27-2009 01:58 AM
pthobe4 the fuse holder looks like the prongs were ripped out so there are no prongs to hold the fuse in place
11-24-2009 06:05 PM
NAVYCHIEF why can't you put a fuse in the fuse panel?
11-24-2009 04:39 PM
pthobe4
yj wiper problem

hi new to forum,
i have a 91 yj wrangler and cant get windshield wipers to work recently replaced the constrole switch in steering column and have a new wiper motor to put in there is no fuse in the fuse panel in rr wiper spot and no way to put one in does any body know what wires i can cut to install an inline fuse?
-pete-

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