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Old 10-28-2003, 11:03 PM
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Question OVP relay two fuses or one fuse on top--- What difference??

Hi! Everyone. Just one quick question

I have 87 MB 190E 2.3L, the OVP relay only have one fuse now. I want to know that if I change it to the later model one (two fuses on top). Is it OK? Thanks
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Old 10-29-2003, 09:17 AM
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None on your car.
The extra fuse is for optional traction systems like 4-matic or ASD on later cars. Instead of making & stocking 2 part numbers they subbed the single one to the double fused one
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None on your car.
The extra fuse is for optional traction systems like 4-matic or ASD on later cars. Instead of making & stocking 2 part numbers they subbed the single one to the double fused one
Aha!

That's why my replacement OVP has two slots, but only one fuse installed!
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