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Old 12-29-2010, 02:07 PM   #1
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Default Power Distribution Fuse numbers

Fuse size - MB# - Dodge#

200A - N 000000 000316 - 05104596AA
125A - N 000000 000416 - 05104600AA
100A - N 000000 000415 - 05104599AA
080A - N 000000 000414 - 05166996AA
070A - N 000000 000413 - 05104598AA
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Originally Posted by autostaretx View Post
I recently purchased one of the 80 amp ANL fuses used by the T1N Sprinters (on their battery-mounted power distribution block).
It was almost $10 from the Dodge/Chrysler dealer (over the counter).
Of the 5 fuse sizes in that block, they only had that one size.

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Dick mentioned purchasing ANL fuses for the bolt on. The dimensions of the bolt on seem to be about 1-1/8 inch center to center:


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The ANL seems to be about 2.44 inches - which is too long for the block:

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Could it be that AMI is the correct series?

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Sources for dimensions: http://www.cooperbussmann.com/pdf/fd...a4236a26bf.pdf

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From Byers Automotive parts search Priced on 1-9-2011

200A - $4.90
125A - $3.75
100A - $1.86
80A - $1.09
70A - $1.53
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Default Re: Power Distribution Fuse numbers

Thanks for the info in this post. I purchased one of the AMI fuse, $8.75 for two off of Ebay (Free shipping).
I ran a 4G wire from the solenoid under the driver's seat up to the battery to finish an Aux battery install.

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Default Re: Power Distribution Fuse numbers

sorry to revise an old thread. PO by passed one of the fuse links on the PDC. I want to replace the fuse link.

Are these types of fuses called AMi or MIDI/AMI fuse links. I have tried goolging the part numbers but keep finding myself back on the mopar part pages and no leads on eBay or Amazon sites.

Where are people getting these types of fuses? Can I find them at my Autozone or Advanced Auto parts?
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Default Re: Power Distribution Fuse numbers

As nobody has answered...

Local auto parts stores are unlikely to stock them. I bought a couple at the local Dodge dealership. I would expect any MB dealership should stock them.

These will likely work. The tab holes may need some custom alteration using a rat tail file.

https://www.amazon.com/Blue-Sea-Syst.../dp/B004ZJ0VTM

Blue Sea Systems AMI/ MIDI Fuses (2 per pkg.)
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Some additional info is here.

https://sprinter-source.com/forum/sh...112#post101112

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