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Old 12-06-2006, 02:11 PM   #1
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I found these in a box along with a */C coupler when I purchased the car. They are 10 A fuses of some sort and have the pn 00511063 Order # 508771Loc - Emplacment C21217 G


Any idea if they even belong to the 95 SSEi? Sorry about the out of focus.


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Frank....you know better than to post a pic like that
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Frank....you know better than to post a pic like that

Well I'll tell ya, I have taken about 40 frick'in picture of thes fuses and either the flash was to bright or it was out of focus, and I had it on Auto. I took another 20 more and this is the best one.......What'* the saying.........bite this and chew on it.....sucka.




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use macro mode if your camera has it..
an no flash..
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move the camera further away. Or enable the macro mode on the camera. Or both.

Looks like multimeter fuses to me.
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move the camera further away. Or enable the macro mode on the camera. Or both.

Looks like multimeter fuses to me.

Is it for the car? And what is a multimeter.......I always thought a multi meter was like an ohm meter sort of speak.


The camera'* battery is dead so it'* charging up now. I've tried about 8 different settings,& I don't think it has a macro. It'* a cannon something or another.
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there are no fuses like that on our cars, Unless aftermarket equipment was added
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No aftermaket equipment and or mods to this car.

So I'm going to assume that these fuses do not belong to a 95 SSEi?
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That is a good assumption
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That is a good assumption

Bill, is that tone I'm reading?
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