|Item Weight||4.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||9 x 4.4 x 1.1 inches|
|Item model number||CAPCFM|
|Manufacturer Part Number||CAPCFM|
Cal-Hawk CAPCFM Assorted Car Truck Mini Fuse 5,7.5,10,15,20,25,30 Amp
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I replaced a 15 amp size and it has been working for months with no issues.
With the kit having so many fuses, I put 2 of each size in a plastic zip-lock bag in the vehicle's glove box as a 'fuse kit' to have ever needed.
Here is more information or trivia for those who like it -
There are 4 types of blade fuses determined by blade size (non-interchangeable terminal connectors) - Each fuse type is identified by looking at the shape/size of the metal terminals (called blades/prongs/connectors).
These 4 types, in order of physical dimensions include:
1) Low-Profile mini-blade fuse - has two prongs that are square but very short in length (about 1.5mm).
2) ATO-blade (also called 'Regular') - looks similar to Maxi-blade square prongs but shorter (.26 inch/6.5mm long), - there is a cutout notch in each prong near the plastic housing
3) Mini-blade (ATM) - distinctive because it has two prongs that are pointed dagger ends (7.5mm long) - these fuses are roughly half the size of a Maxi-blade
4) Maxi-blade (ATC) - has two prongs that are square ends (half inch/12.5mm long) - these are packaged in thicker/wider plastic and have ratings up to 120 Amps
Two other types - Micro2 2-blade and Micro3 3-blade fuses with each type having a protrusion (reverse of a cutout notch) on their outer blades
You will see the term 'Open' or 'Closed', which refers to the bottom of the colored plastic housing - 'Closed' means the colored plastic housing seals the thin metal fuse element (the actual fuse runs between the connector blades) and 'Open' means that the fuse element is accessible through the opening at the bottom of the plastic housing.Read more ›
Just make sure you understand that these are Mini fuses, not ATO fuses (they look very similar from the picture). Ensure you are getting the right type used in your vehicle.
This is what I actually received.
15 5-amp pieces
20 10-amp pieces
20 15-amp pieces
20 20-amp pieces
20 25-amp pieces
20 30-amp pieces.
They seem to do the job. The fuse size is molded into the top of the fuse and do not use a different color to make them easy to identify.
A good deal, just comes with a box that is too big.
Basically, these fuses are the mini type.. They are mostly used on cars, from around 2000 and up.. Cars in the 80's and 90's mostly used the ATC type of fuse, and before that, mostly use more the cylinder or glass tube with metal ends, type of fuse. As for the fuses, and where they are used. Unlike the old cars, where the fuses were in just one fuse box, which was inside the car, or seating area, these day, there is usually 2 fuse boxes. One in the engine compartment, and one inside the seating area. The ones inside the seating area, are usually around the dashboard somewhere, and can very from in the door jams, to inside the glove compartment (this one is not too common these days), to under the molding down by your feet (this one could be on the side molding, or under the dash board assembly).
If you look at a lot of the fuse boxes, a lot of them will come with some open spaces, where you can store an extra fuse or a few of them. They are usually marked off in some way. I try to put a couple in there, of a few different sizes, so I have one on hand, just in case one blows and you do not have some with you. This way, there is always an extra one on hand, just in case. These spaces are not usually filled from the factory, but are put there for your convenience, in case you do choose to put some extra ones in there. This may be something to consider if you blow fuses a bit.
As for these. Overall, they are not bad. Not great, but not bad. I think that they need to do a few things to make these better though. First, start by putting numbers on the end that are readable..Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I recommend the Cal-Hawk BAPCFM Mini-blade fuses with fuse size marked in white.
My blown 15 amp size fuse was easy to read and replace. Read more
Perfect! Exactly what we needed for spares for our vehicles! It's nice to have an assorment of fuses in case you blow one! Read morePublished 7 days ago by Aaron Magruder