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    Auxiliary fuse box : Another approach

    If you salvage the wiring loom of a CB500XA and get its fuse boxes and cables...

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    ...you can go from this...

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    ...to this...

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    ...and end up with this.

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    Can you spot the differences?


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    That looks OEM. Nice!

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    This is clever

    But I can't see a relay, is it integrated into the fuse box?

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    Quote Originally Posted by XPaY View Post
    This is clever

    But I can't see a relay, is it integrated into the fuse box?
    There's no need for another relay.

    The top 10A & 5A are permanent 12V for the alarm & battery tender respectively.

    The lower 3 circuits (2A, 2A & 5A) are powered by the switched 12V of the options relay. They are actually connected the positive leads of the OEM subharness.

    And yes, I know that they add up to 9A while the options relay is fused to 7.5A, but I don't plan powering too many accessories at the same time.

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    Nice and clean.
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    That was clever of you to come up with such a tidy solution. It looks great!

    It’s totally acceptable for the sum of the branch circuits fuses to total more than the main 7.5 amp accessory fuse, as long as each branch circuit fuse is appropriate for the wire size that it’s protecting.
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