ben01328 wrote:Hi guys got a bit of a query,I'm looking to tidy/hide most if not all the wiring in the engine bay and get rid of the old continental fuse box to replace it with something newer.
I've found this on eBay - http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/16-Way-Blade- ... 1438.l2649
Taff50ish wrote:Hi there,
I would say that if your replacing the whole of the Loom, then yes, this Fuse / Relay box is ideal and you should be able to do away with the existing Relay quite easily... You would need a Switch Over Relay which looking at this Box will fit, I've just done a conversion, but I was using all the old wiring, so I can go back to standard easily. If you're doing this from scratch, you could use a Single NO Relay to trigger the Power for the Main Flash through the Switch Over Relay. I fitted a 30a NO Relay and a 30a / 40a Switch Over Relay, so there is plenty in reserve even with all 4 Units lit for Dip & Main. Also use the Diode Relays, just saves any nasty feed back!!!
pbar wrote:Hi. That's horrible. Why not stick with the original, if yours is in a bit of a state then I'm sure that Martin at CapriGear or one of the other suppliers will provide a replacement which you can spruce up if needs be.
Not_Anumber wrote:Its a tidy unit and i can see the advantages of resiting the relays beside the fuses. I would have been happy to use it on the kit car I used to have but I personally wouldn't choose to use it on a Capri unless it was mounted inside the car, under the dash etc.
Though the electrical system on a Capri is basic I feel it is reasonably tidy and well designed compared to a lot of older cars. Im in the midst of replacing an after market fusebox on my 2.8 with the original fusebox and cover. Though I am planning a headlamp upgrade I will keep the additional relays I need for this out of sight.
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