An automotive fuse is an electrical component that is designed to protect other components, devices, and wiring from any damage that might occur due to excess current flow. When a circuit fails or is abnormal, the current is constantly rising, and the increased current may damage some important devices or valuable devices in the circuit, and may also burn the circuit or even cause a fire. If the fuse holder fuse holder is correctly placed in the circuit, the fuse will blow itself when the current abnormally rises to a certain height and a certain degree, and a dangerous situation such as a fire may occur. At this time, the fuse holder acts to isolate from the outside world, thereby protecting the circuit from safe operation.
Installation: Cut this looped wire about in the middle first, one of the ends connect to ...read more