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Porsche G-Series (1974-1989) Mini Blade Fuse Panel with LED's
Porsche G-Series (1974-1989) Mini Blade Fuse Panel with LED's
Porsche G-Series (1974-1989) Mini Blade Fuse Panel with LED's
Porsche G-Series (1974-1989) Mini Blade Fuse Panel with LED's

Porsche G-Series (1974-1989) Mini Blade Fuse Panel with LED's

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Porsche 911 Mini Blade Fuse Panel G-Series Upgrade Set (FRONT & REAR) 74-89

A current technological advancement that is gaining rapidly in popularity is fuse panels for mini blade fuses with LED indicators to indicate fuse status. We researched this thoroughly and found a small start-up making Best-in-Class panels.


Features:

  • Uses modern mini blade fuses, easily found everywhere.
  • Fuse-ways rated at 25A
  • Includes headlight relay, removes current from headlight switch and delivers 20% more power to the headlights
  • Larger than factory terminals to quickly and easily swap wires, even with additional or larger wires. (This is a good feature!)
  • Switchable on board diagnostics, to quickly diagnose electrical faults.  Red LED for fuse blown, Green LED for output live, Green LED when fuse removed, and back-feed is present. (This is a great feature!)

Please note that this includes both front and rear panels.

Review by an Audette Collection advisor (who bought two himself after review):

The AC panel is superior to the competition in every way - the fact that it is substantially less expensive just makes it a complete no-brainer. I am very pleased and will recommend this to my friends without reservation. That’s unusual for me, usually I can find something to improve…

- Full Detailed Review Here -

Please allow 2 weeks for delivery. 

Note: If you are still using the old bullet fuses make sure that you use the ceramic ones and not the plastic ones that have mostly replaced them. The very small contacts on the bullet fuses cause heat to be generated and it's not unknown for the plastic fuses to melt.