SA22C fusible links

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aarc240
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SA22C fusible links

Post by aarc240 » Fri Jul 22, 2016 3:12 am

Info that may help a few people.
Your fusible link housing accepts slow blow 'Pacific' SBFC-AS series fuses (the housing is made by Pacific Engineering Corporation in Japan).
Here's your specs: https://www.pecj.co.jp/en/fuse/slow/as.html
FC cars use these but for Aussies they are also easily found in early - mid 90's Holden Commodores and Ford Falcons.

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Re: SA22C fusible links

Post by KYPREO » Fri Jul 22, 2016 3:58 am

Yep. They are also made by Narva, which are available off the shelf at auto parts stores in Australia, and probably online for all the European guys here. The exact parts needed are described here: http://ausrotary.com/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=110012

That said, you can still get genuine Mazda fusible links. Atkins sell them, as do lots of other US Mazda dealers - probably cheaper for UK guys.

The brown one (10M ohm, 2 needed): http://atkinsrotary.com/store/79-85-Rx7 ... 7-099.html
The black one (7M ohm, 1 needed): http://atkinsrotary.com/store/79-85-Rx7 ... 7-099.html

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Re: SA22C fusible links

Post by MelloYello » Fri Jul 22, 2016 11:13 am

In the UK these are referred to as PAL fuses.

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Re: SA22C fusible links

Post by aarc240 » Sun Jul 31, 2016 4:57 am

Not having seen the ausrotary thread, it's funny how different requirements get similar results !
The standard fusible link block wasn't of interest, but it's easy to get the original wires & terminals out of it to partially populate a larger 5 fuse housing.
Nice of OEM's to use common stuff.

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