All in one Fuse/Relay panel setup?

Jarred J.

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May 21, 2010
Shelbyville, TN
An alternative would be to go to any "auto salvage" yard around and find one out of a newer vehicle.


Jun 20, 2010
Malone, NY
Waytek sells a product that is basically a relay and 2 fuses put on a small piece of plastic. There is a stud for the power input and a stud for each fuse output. The only thing is that they are about $25 apiece.


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May 20, 2010
ideally 4-6... but anything really at this point.

I'm getting really tired with the rats nest in my trunk.. trying to figure out some options.


May 26, 2010
Delaware, USA
what is your current setup? My Jeep is getting a revamp of all my various 12v accessories (4 pairs of offroad lights, led flasher for brake lights/turns, air compressor, etc) using a radio shack project box. I'm using a power distribution block (this guy ... -54-418-0/) set up for (up to) 8 fused terminals, from the terminals they go directly to the relays located inside the box. Not exactly all in one, but fairly low profile and cheap. ... alNumber=3 this photo kinda explains the layout. Not my pic, this guy is using a 6-gang block and added a 7th relay with its own fuse. You can see the daisy-chained grounds for the relays in pale green, and the relay triggers using the small gauge wiring (this guy actually used cat5 ethernet cable for the run from the switch panel, cool idea) and the power from the fuses with the red wiring. Of course, the final runs from the relay to the accessories weren't set up in this pic, but you get the idea. Notch a few holes of whatever size you want in the side of the box to run the wiring through and mount it somewhere. This guy tried using velcro (ahem, "hook and loop tape") to secure everything but the tension from the thicker gauge wiring pulled the relays in various directions. I'm using the dual-lock stuff from 3M, but he bent an aluminum bracket to hold things in place. If you're still reading this, and bored... his article about it is here:


May 16, 2010
Deer Park, WA
If you want to try something on your own, you could try to make something out of these. $25 shipped for either and I have boxes of these.




May 28, 2010
I need to redo mine as well. Your question has me thinking as well. I found this on eBay doing a quick search. While not exactly what your looking for, it does have the basic elements and depending on how many circuits you need, might possibly cost no more than an all in one assembly. You should be able to replace the fuse with a lesser amp rated one. Doing a Google search you might find them at even a lesser price. ... ccessories

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