Fuse blocks

Discussion in '2016 + Toyota Tacoma' started by chadley, Oct 13, 2018.

  1. chadley

    chadley Well-Known Member

    Hi everyone

    Can someone help me understand fuse blocks.
    I have a bunch of auxillary lights hooked up to my 17 Pro and I want to clean up my positive side of the battery and not have so many things hooked up to the battery.

    What do I need to get
    How does it work


    Thanks
     
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  3. Bogunn

    Bogunn Well-Known Member

    Basic write up here.
    http://venture4wd.com/2014/10/installing-an-auxiliary-fuse-block-in-an-xj/
     
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  4. geekyadam

    geekyadam Well-Known Member

    Follow the write up for sure. There's also some good YT vids to show you the process. The principle is that you connect a high gauge connection directly from battery to fuse block, then all your accessories connect to fuse block instead of battery, and each of those connections have their own fuse for protection.
     
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    chadley

    chadley Well-Known Member

    Thanks guys. Much appreciated
     
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