Power Distribution Fuse numbers

Gulf SV

Kevin Burns
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
 

hkpierce

'02 140 Hi BlueBlk Pass
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.

--dick
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/fdee239d-3e78-4df3-832f-fea4236a26bf.pdf
 
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Gulf SV

Kevin Burns

ECU

Well-known member
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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Burza

Member
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?
 

Aqua Puttana

Poly - Thread Finder
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buildyourown

New member
old thread but these are common on boats. Search amazon for a MIDI fuse or swing by your local West Marine or Bass Pro Shop
 

timbriggs

New member
Hi does anyone know where I can get a replacement distribution box. My was all corroded when I purchased and when I went to run an aux btry in the back it all came apart. Yikes. Went to make my own but the junction block I picked up from west marine seemed to not pass the amperage specified and started to melt.
 

autostaretx

Erratic Member
The Power Distribution Block is Dodge # 05103829AA (MB #A 003 545 35 01)
The plastic cover for it is Dodge # 05103749AA ( MB # A 001 545 41 03 )

Per figure 8-505 in the 2006 parts catalog (yes, i know the picture says "underseat")
The above-listed fuse numbers are shown as fitting into it.

--dick
 

Aqua Puttana

Poly - Thread Finder
The Power Distribution Block is well built and generally has good service life.

If the new parts are no longer available you should consider looking to scrapped T1N's. The same fuse block is used on all models of NAS aka NAFTA T1N's 2001 - 2006.

vic
 

autostaretx

Erratic Member
thanks yeah about to head out to a junk yard to see if i can find one.
Forum members MillionMileSprinter, PortlandSprinterConnection and vanski (among others) sell parts pulled from their fleet of parts vans.

--dick
 

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