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    Default Fuse Replacment

    I want to replace the fuses on my 2002 284 Jinma. The fuse box lays flat on top and has 5 fuses. When I stand on the side of the tractor that has the fuel lines I read the fuse sizes as follows: 1. no size 2. no size 3. 10 amp 4. 20 amp 5. 30 amp. Anyone know what size 1 and 2 would be? Thanks Pat

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    Default Re: Fuse Replacment

    Spare fuse holders

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    Default Re: Fuse Replacment

    The Bussman fuses that I purchased are a little too wide to plug in, should I file them down a little to get them in?

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    Default Re: Fuse Replacment

    You didn't say which type Bussman. If I'm not mistaken, ATC stye fuses should be a direct replacement.
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    That said, quite a few folks have actually pulled out the OE fuse box in favor of an aftermarket replacement.

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    Default Re: Fuse Replacment

    ATV style is too small. The closest was MAX. I may have to replace the fuse box but I think I will try filing a little off the outside edge of both prongs and see what happens. Pat

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    Default Re: Fuse Replacment

    Quote Originally Posted by Jinma284 View Post
    ATV style is too small. The closest was MAX. I may have to replace the fuse box but I think I will try filing a little off the outside edge of both prongs and see what happens. Pat
    Greg said "ATC". They are a perfect fit.
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    Default Re: Fuse Replacment

    Yes, automotive fuses are one thing has become almost universally standardized. There are the three sizes of blade fuses and then three or four sizes of circuit breakers. The circuit breakers use a standardized contact configuration, too. Much better than the way things were a few decades ago.

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    Default Re: Fuse Replacment

    My bad, I meant to type ATC. The width of ATC prongs from one side to the other is 7/16th. The width between the prong holders on my 2002 is 6/16th. These are the really old fuses that came on the 2002 Jinma. I'll let you know if filing off a little on each prong works. Pat

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    Default Re: Fuse Replacment

    On the 2002 models, they still used the wire wrapped fuses, I don't think the ATC fuses will stay tight in that box,I still have some of those fuse boxs and fuses.Is the fuse box about 2" x 3" square, with a clear plastic top ?

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    Default Re: Fuse Replacment

    Quote Originally Posted by Jinma284 View Post
    My bad, I meant to type ATC. The width of ATC prongs from one side to the other is 7/16th. The width between the prong holders on my 2002 is 6/16th. These are the really old fuses that came on the 2002 Jinma. I'll let you know if filing off a little on each prong works. Pat
    Yeah, ATC is the wrong size fuse for that tractor. If you look at that diagram I provided above, you'll see the blade width of an ATC is 14.2mm. That converts to 0.55 inch. Your stated "6/16th" is only 0.375" inch. Folks with that size fuse had two choices; replace the fuse box and fuses with aftermarket ATC, or buy fuse wire. My Jinmas and my TaiShan used ATCs, but my KAMA used fuse wire, and I don't own any of them anymore. So I have plenty of extra fuse wire if you'd prefer to simply re-wrap your fuses.

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