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Old 04-28-2019, 12:53 PM   #1
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just looking through the new microcat europe it looks like the fuse type for the mk4 are micro2, micro3 and mcase fuse




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Yes, thatīs true

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I'm curious how the B type one works..............
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i assume it works by the middle pin being the supply power then the other pins would goto circuit A and B
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So it blows either one of two ways..........another way to 'unitize' parts to make you buy more expensive stuff. Clever, it never stops. Now you are buying '2' fuses to get 1. Next they will be doing them in fives or whatever, and charging $30 apiece when you only pop one link.
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