where to find fuses

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  1. EFIMAV

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    I checked the archives but didn't find anything relating to where you can purchase replacement fuses! I have the original fuse box and a couple of odd size 14A fuses and a 20A fuse that need replacing. Any ideas?
     
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    Any auto part store should have them...At least they used to anyway.
     
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    maverick75 Gotta Love Mavs!

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    you can find them at Walmart. All the parts stores still have them out here.
     
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    Get variety packs of the Bussman SFE fuses. Those are the ones used in our cars.
     
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    I tried the local auto parts store! Never considered Wally World! Thanks for the responses.
     
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    Sorry to dredge up an old post, but I'm based in the UK and am struggling to source the fuses, particularly the small 4amp one and the 14amp ones. Any advice?

    Caroline
     
  8. Dave B

    Dave B I like Mavericks!

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    Here, any parts store will have them, try Ebay, but you'll have to deal with shipping I guess. (y)
     
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    I found 14a at Walmart in a multi pack and at Ace Hardware in the same package
     
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    BKelley Comet Enthusiast

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    Melvins Classic Ford Parts in Conyers Ga carries all the fuses used on the Maverick/Comet. Visit their website to see the parts offered for our vehicles.

    www.melvinsclassicfordparts.com
     
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    i found some at a local (large) truck stop.

    also a cheap source of led lights and regular bulbs. and chrome naked lady stick on logos if thats your style. :rofl2:
     

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