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Curt 15-Amp Blade Fuse - Quantity 1

Curt 15-Amp Blade Fuse - Quantity 1

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This 15 amp ATC fuse is recommended for applications where over-current protection is required.


  • 15-Amp blade fuse is recommended for applications where over-current protection is required
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KIT Curt 15-Amp Blade Fuse - Quantity 1

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This 15 amp ATC fuse is recommended for applications where over-current protection is required.



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  • Tow Package Trailer Wiring Fuse and Relay Locations for a 2011 Ford F-350 Diesel
    If you look at your owner's manual on page 319 it has a diagram of the fuse box and locations. The next page (320) shows that the fuses in the 13 ,14, and 15 locations correspond to the lights for trailer towing and require a 15 amp fuse. Check those fuses and if they need to be replaced you can use part # C58450-1 on our site or check your local autoparts store. You can tell that they need to be replaced if the little metal piece inside the fuse is broken (see attached picture). Let...
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  • Replacement Fuse For 2012 Ford Super Duty Tail Lights
    On your 2012 Ford Super Duty according to the owners manual online, you need to check fuse location 30. It is a 15 amp fuse like # C58450-1. The key fob activates the brake lights not the tail/running lights, so those would still function if the fuse is bad. You can find the location by using your owners manual if it is not printed on the fuse box itself.
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  • Trailer Fuse and Relay Locations on a 2007 Ford E-250
    I found an owner's manual online for your 2007 Ford E-250 and it looks like the fuses for a trailer are in the following locations: Passenger Compartment Fuse Panel - 15 - Trailer battery charge relay,Cluster, BSM 39 - Trailer tow electric brake, Center High-Mounted Stop Lamp (CHMSL), Brake lamps Power Distribution Box (in the engine compartment) - 8 - Trailer battery charge relay 24 - Trailer tow running lamps and back-up lamp relays 26 - Trailer tow turn signals C - Trailer back-up...
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  • Trailer Light Fuses on 2013 Dodge Ram 3500
    F28(Yellow), F29 (Yellow), and F-30 (Pink) are all cartridge style trailer fuses located in the Power Distribution Center near the battery in the engine compartment. Then there is F53 which is a yellow micro fuse also in that same compartment.
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  • No 12V Power at 7-Way Trailer Connector on 2013 Ram 2500
    If you aren't getting any power at the 12V pin on your Ram's 7-Way then a blown fuse under the hood is indeed the most likely culprit. I took a look at the online version of the owner's manual for your 2013 Ram 2500 and it appears there should be a 40 amp green fuse at the J01 location inside the power module (near the battery under the hood) for this circuit. Make sure this fuse is present and in good condition and replace if needed. If this doesn't resolve the issue please let me know.
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  • Troubleshooting Trailer Stop/Turn Lights Not Working When Connected to 2009 Ford F-350
    If your trailer stop/turn lights are working when the trailer is connected to a different pickup then the issue is definitely on your 2009 Ford F-350 and it is likely that there is just a fuse or relay that needs to be replaced. I took a look in the online version of the owner's manual for an '09 F-350 and found in the power distribution box (engine compartment) that you need to check the relays in positions 20, 21, and 34. If you check these relays and they look good your issue is related...
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  • How Do I Check Trailer Brake Fuse
    It depends on the year make and model of your vehicle where the brake controller fuse may be located. If you have a factory towing package the fuse is sometimes labeled "trailer tow electric brake". You can check the fuse visually to see if it's been blown or remove the fuse and replace it with a new one of the same amperage to see if it fixes your issue. If you do not have a towing package and the brake controller is an aftermarket installation, you may not have a fuse. The brake controller...
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  • No Trailer Brake/Turn Signals While Towing With A 2010 Ford F-250
    The first thing I would have you do is check for power at the 7-way on these circuits. If no power is present then check the brake/turn signal fuses on your 2010 Ford F-250. If the brake/turn signal fuses are good then you have a short between these and the 7-way. If there is power present at the 7-way then that means the issue is on the trailer. Inspect both trailer connectors and then check the ground for each taillight. If these two check out then your only other option is to trace...
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  • Trailer Running Light Fuse for a 2004 Ford F-250
    The fuse for trailer running lights for your 2004 Ford F-250 is title as the trailer park lamps and is in position 38 in your passenger compartment fuse panel. I found this information in the online version of the owner's manual for your pickup so you will want to verify this with your copy of the owner's manual. I have also attached a link to our fitguide for your F-250 in the event that you have other needs for towing your trailer.
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  • Dimensions of the Curt 15-Amp Blade Fuse # C58450-1
    The Curt 15-Amp Blade Fuse # C58450-1 measures 0.73" wide, and 0.74" tall including the blades. Without the blades it is 0.47" tall. I have attached a photo for you to reference.
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  • ABS Module Fuse Location for 2004 Ford F-450
    I pulled up an online version of the owners manual of your 2004 Ford F-450 and the ABS fuse is in the 25 slot location.
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  • Trailer Running Lamp Fuse/Relay Location on 2010 Ford F-350 Diesel
    You did a good job trying the trailer on a different vehicle. This pretty much confirms that the problem lies on the truck side of the equation, but there still could be an issue on the trailer itself. The fuse and relay for the trailer running lamp circuit are located in the power distribution box in the engine compartment. Check the 30A fuse in location # 42 and the relay in location 55. If you find that the fuse was bad, replace it but before plugging the trailer back in you'll need...
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  • Does 12 Volt Accessory Circuit of Trailer 7-Way Wiring Have Fuse Protection
    Yes there will be a fuse that protects the 12 volt trailer accessory circuit of your 7-way wiring. If this is factory wiring of a truck you'll want to check out the fuse box diagram or the owners manual.
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  • Location of Third Brake Light Fuse on 2012 Ford Super Duty
    I looked up your owner's manual (Printing 4), which indicates on page 325 that there is a separate 15A fuse for your High-Mounted Stop Lamps (third brake light) in location 15 of the fuse panel located in the passenger’s footwell. If this fuse is blown, you can replace it with # C58450-1 to get your third brake light working again. Otherwise, the bulb may need to be replaced.
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  • Troubleshooting Interior Lights on Horse Trailer Not Working When Hooked Up to 2013 Ram 2500
    Most likely the interior lights for your horse trailer are wired to the 12V circuit on the trailer's 7-Way so you want to make sure this pin on the Ram's 7-Way connector is active. I took a look at the online version of the owner's manual for your 2013 Ram and it looks like there should be a 40 amp green fuse located in the J01 position inside the engine compartment fuse box dedicated to this circuit. Check to make sure this fuse is present and in good condition, replacing if needed. If...
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    According to the wiring diagram, the optional manual awning rocker switch on your Soldra # LC759404 Smart Arm has a red wire that runs to a 15A fuse and then to the positive post on your battery. The Smart Arm Control also has a red wire that runs to a 15A fulse and then to the battery. An inline fuse would work in this case. Use the Spectro # SWC9538 inline fuse holder along with a Curt # 58450-1 fuse rated for 15A. You could potentially run wires to your power panel if you have...
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  • Troubleshooting Trailer Brake Lights and Blinkers
    Since your running lights work on your trailer, we have a starting point. I took a look at your owner's manual online and there isn't a trailer fuse to cause issue other than the brake controller and 12V battery charge relay coil. That wouldn't be causing your issue, so it sounds to me like you have a trailer wiring issue. I recommend first using a circuit tester like # PTW2993 to test each pin of your 7-way for proper function. If everything checks out there, then you know the issue...
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  • Troubleshooting Loading and Dome Lights of Horse Trailer Not Working
    To determine your function issue, I recommend using a circuit tester like # PTW2993 to test the pin on your 7-way at the 1 o'clock position. This is the 12V power that will supply the power for your loading lights. If you have the correct power there, you know your truck isn't the issue. If you don't have power there, then you will want to check fuse # 12 and fuse # 15 and fuse # 19 all for trailer tow as well as fuse # 26. It doesn't state what the functions are for each just that...
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  • Troubleshooting Trailer Running Lights that Dont Work
    First thing you should do at this point is test the 4-way of the wiring harness with a circuit tester part # PTW2993 for voltage on all of the right pins when the taillight signals are being applied. Just like in the video I attached. If the voltage checks out there but the trailer lights still don't function right, then the problem is on the trailer wiring. That would mean that problem is either due to a ground issue or a short issue. Make sure that the trailer-side connector is clean...
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    From your description it appears you do not have continuity from the batteries 12v supply to the pin for lighting. This may be due to a fuse or absence of that pin connected on your Ram where it is/was on the Chevy. Please see the attached wiring diagrams for assistance in trouble shooting and start with ensuring the pin for lighting on trailer is hot on the vehicle side. When referencing the 7-Way RV Plug diagram that I have attached, make sure you are looking at the plug the way the...
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  • Malfunctioning Trailer Brakes
    I recommend taking your connector apart and checking to see if it is hooked up correctly and if there is any corrosion or damage. Look for signs of even slight greenish or whitish discoloration on the contacts. Corrosion does not have to be severe to cause a problem. I have attached a pic of the standard 7 way wiring diagram for a trailer connector. You could also replace the connector with a new one item # A7WCB.
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  • Fuse Location for Accessory Outlet on a 2004 Ford F-250
    I have attached a diagram of your interior fuse box. You are looking for the fuse in position number 12. It is a 20 amp fuse like the ones you would find in the Standard Fuse Kit - 5 Amps to 30 Amps - 60 Pieces Item # PT52FR. I found this information in the online version of the owner's manual for your truck so you will want to verify this with your copy of the owner's manual. I have included a link to our fit guide for your 2004 F-250 in case you have any other towing or accessory needs....
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  • Adapter Needed for External Battery to Trailer Side 4-Way
    We do not have a direct adapter, but you could very make your own. Using alligator clips and the Hopkins Wiring Harness # HM48035 would allow you to do this. I do recommend installing at least a 15 amp fuse # C58450-1 and Fuse Holder # SWC9538 between the 4-Way and the battery to keep your setup safe in case of a short.
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  • Powering Interior Trailer Lights With Generator
    You may splice your generator into the main 12V power and ground from the trailer's 7 pin connector to power the interior lights if you use an inline fuse like part # SWC9538 and fuse part # C58450-1 between the 7-pin 12V wiring and the generator 12V outlet. I recommend to wire in the power and ground to the Optronics 12V DC power plug part # A-200 to plug into the generator. The Optronics plug is rated for 12 amps. You want to use an inline fuse because if the wiring shorts out it can...
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