What is a fuse block?

Answer All automobiles use at least one fuse block, also called terminal blocks, of some kind. These panels not only provide a mounting point for the fuses, but serve as a junction to tie systems together... Read More »

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What is the Underhood Fuse Block?

An underhood fuse block is the primary power distribution point for your car and contains more than just fuses. This fuse block directly powers everything but the starter on most cars.

What Is an Under Hood Fuse Block?

An under-hood fuse block controls the flow of electricity through a vehicle. Just like a circuit breaker box in a home, the under-hood fuse block houses fuses that can trip or blow if there is an e... Read More »

What Does Power Feed Mean on a Car Fuse Block?

Car fuse blocks refer to one or two plastic block assemblies consisting of fuses and relays. Car fuse blocks receive power via a power feed, which enables the fuses and relays to control current to... Read More »

How to Wire a Fuse Block in a Boat?

Most boats have the an electrical system if the owner plans to operate at night. The system can be as simple as a single wire running to a light in the front and one in the back with a battery and ... Read More »