Master Your Fuses

FuseMaster

Laura Michaels
January 14, 2013
Filed under Gear Reviews

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Access to a dinghy vehicle brings added convenience to your motorhome travels, but in some cases a fuse must be pulled to keep the battery from discharging while on the road.

Roadmaster aims to make pulling a dinghy easier with FuseMaster, an electrical harness with leads at one end and a rocker switch at the other that eliminates the need to remove a fuse for towing and then reinsert it for driving. To install, the fuse is pulled and the leads are inserted into the fuse socket; the fuse is inserted into the holder on the harness, re-establishing the electrical connection. After installation, simply flip the switch to “drive” or “tow.”

Four FuseMasters are available to fit most vehicles that require fuse removal when towing. A fuse puller and power drill are needed for installation. The heavy-duty FuseMaster is $225, while others range in price from $75 to $100.

Roadmaster, 800-669-9690, www.roadmasterinc.com

 

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2 Responses to “Master Your Fuses”

  1. Robert Oustecky on January 26th, 2013 12:24 pm

    WHAT ARE THE NAMES OF OTHER COMPANIES MAKING A FUSE DISCONNECT FOR THE HONDA CRV. BOB LIVINGSTON MENTIONED A CANADIAN COMPANY THAT MAKES SUCH A SWITCH. DOES ANYBODY KNOW THE NAME OF THAT COMPANY? ANY HELP WOULD BE APPRECIATED.

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    Len Sypkens Reply:

    Robert Oustecky asked who else makes the fuse switch. I put one in our Honda CR-V. Check RV-parts plus.com

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