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Old 04-09-2006, 02:24 PM
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It's a Snap wiring -How do you mount the fuse box?

I have started the installation of a new wire kit from "It's a Snap"
Instructions are not much help and I am wondering if anyone has used
one of these and how do you mount the fuse box , Can't find any sort of bracket with the kit or see any screw holes in the block either


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Old 04-09-2006, 06:48 PM
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Doc here,

Does your Fuse block have 4 ears on the corners that have holes that go all the way through the block?

If so try a flush mount sheet metal screw or nut / bolt...you may have to forgo the use of the "Nice Cover"..

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I think I am missing a bracket . Or do your think the 4 depressions on the bottom are for screws ? Look at the pics
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Doc here,

The Pix came out really fuzzy..But yeah, Shoot them an email, or call the tech line, and ask them..I think it missing something..

Might want to look over your packing order too.

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Ya I gonna call them tomorrow

Thanks for looking !

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