Painless Wiring 50303 8-Switch Fused Panel w/Wiring and Hardware
This heavy duty 8-switch fused panel from Painless Performance features a lightweight non-reflective housing that is designed to mount to a roll bar using a standard metal hose clamp. All the circuits are individually fused and easily accessible for quick testing and replacement. The switches are color coded for quick visual reference. This fused panel kit comes complete with 18 feet of TXL wire using machined applied, vibration resistant, fully insulated terminals.
- Electric fan
- Fuel pump #1 and #2
- Water pump
- One accessory
Assembly Instructions (PDF)
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