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post #1 of 43 Old December 29th, 2011, 09:40 AM Thread Starter
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Fuse block for accessories??????

So my question is this, I just installed the WARN secondary battery system. Ive noticed that allot of you have these power, or, fuse blocks mounted in your rzr. Are you attaching this block to your secondary battery and then all additional lights, stereos, winches, etc... connect to this block instead of directly to your second battery?


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Re: Fuse block for accessories??????

Second question; if I had a fuse block and wanted to install a Voltage gauge, would I want to attach it to where the primary power line and ground attaches to this block to see the out put from my battery to the accessories, or would I want to connect directly to the battery, and would I want two separate gauges for each individual batteries?


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Re: Fuse block for accessories??????

There are a couple dead holes in the factory fuse block. I found terminals that can be made to work at pep boys and added another fuse to run my oil pressure light I added.



I got power from another wire in the fuse box, just added a new terminal to the end and put a jumper wire to the other "dead hole"....as seen on the right of the fuse box here.



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Re: Fuse block for accessories??????

Bu the factory fuse block is slaved off of the primary battery, I want to set up a secondary fuse block to my new secondary battery and start connecting all new accessories through that block. any suggestions?


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Re: Fuse block for accessories??????

I know you can buy fuse block setups, Im sure a quick google search would be all thats needed!
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Re: Fuse block for accessories??????

So here is what Im thinking; Auxiliary Power Block But do I need the relay?


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Re: Fuse block for accessories??????

The relay would not be required, but if you have the relay you can make it where whatever accesories you add will only work with key on, or off a switch, without having to pull power off another factory accessory of the Rzr. All up to you on that really.
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Kwik Wire ~ Add On Fuse Blocks


This place has some good looking stuff.
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Re: Fuse block for accessories??????

I just bought a fuse block from UTV Inc. It looks real nice I just havent had time to install it yet.

I've been trying to figure out a ground block. Something to make the grounds easier. I'm thinking I'll just put a bolt into the frame and just land everything on the stud.
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This is the one i used same as utv inc sells http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0053TMIMG/ref=redir_mdp_mobile

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Pageauto1 on ebay has EVERYTHING you could want to do the job and at good prices. I have used their fuse block and other things and am very happy with them and their products. Wire everything add-on to the secondary block and use a good battery isolator like the sure power 1315.
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Re: Fuse block for accessories??????

here is the one I used and attached it to the firewall with heavy duty velcro. It has enough for 12 fuses and there is a ground bar for 12 ground built in
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I used this common ground block wired directly to the battery http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B000OTJ89Q/ref=redir_mdp_mobile

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Re: Fuse block for accessories??????

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This is the one i used same as utv inc sells ATC/ATO 6 Position Blade Fuse Block:Amazon:Automotive
Whats the one you bought from Amazon? The link didn't take me anywhere.


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I just bought a fuse block from UTV Inc. It looks real nice I just havent had time to install it yet.

I've been trying to figure out a ground block. Something to make the grounds easier. I'm thinking I'll just put a bolt into the frame and just land everything on the stud.
Whats the UTV Inc fuse block look like?


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