Fuse for '33 1003

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DWS1003
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Fuse for '33 1003

Post by DWS1003 » Tue Sep 01, 2009 9:07 am

Does anyone have a source or specification for the large fuse installed in the wiring block in my '33 Super 8.

THANKS
Darrell
Indianapolis, IN
1933 Packard 1003 Super 8
92 Porsche C4, 93 Porsche C4, assorted Honda's, Toyotas, ....

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Re: Fuse for '33 1003

Post by Dave Czirr » Tue Sep 01, 2009 10:00 am

Assuming it's the same fuse as used in 1934, sure, they're available from NAPA, though not always off-the-shelf. You can probably also order them from the NAPA website. NAPA# 782-1017 for 20 amp, and 782-1019 for 30 amp, packages of 5 each. I don't know how long there will be a demand for these, so I'd stock up.

PS - just checked the parts book and owner's manual, they are the same 33 and 34, and 20 amp called for (2 required).

DWS1003
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Re: Fuse for '33 1003

Post by DWS1003 » Tue Sep 01, 2009 1:29 pm

Thanks, I knew I could count on you for an answer. I will likely have more questions as I dig into the wiring.
Darrell
Indianapolis, IN
1933 Packard 1003 Super 8
92 Porsche C4, 93 Porsche C4, assorted Honda's, Toyotas, ....

packard1949
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Re: Fuse for '33 1003

Post by packard1949 » Tue Sep 01, 2009 5:18 pm

Check Jacksons old time auto parts

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Re: Fuse for '33 1003

Post by jacko » Tue Sep 08, 2009 5:29 pm

You won't believe this but I found the correct fuse at Radio Shack! I have a 1933 model 1002 and the fuse is the correct physical size and 20 amps as I recall.

Bob Jacko

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