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1978 280z Fusible Links


ChasC

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I am to un-upgrade the fusible links in my ‘78 280Z back to the OEM fusible links.  Seems everyone goes the other way, so I would think the old fusible links should be around??

Any help sourcing the OEM fusible link bases (2) and holders would be greatly appreciated.  The covers and wires are readily available.

thank you!!

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Pulled the two fusible link assemblies from the 78 parts car today.  One was 100% intact - no cover.  The other had a broken mounting tab, repaired it with super glue, should be fine, also missing cover.  Includes 4 proper relay cover mounting screws.   I would replace the fusible links and clean their connections.

$45 including USPS shipping, pm if interested ...

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Covers are available from MSA: https://www.thezstore.com/page/TZS/PROD/12-4355.

Make sure you create an account at MSA (http://www.zcarparts.com/) and enter your ClassicZCars member number to get a 10% discount on a lot of different parts.

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You can find your member number by going to your profile on this site. It's in the URL.

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17 hours ago, S30Driver said:

Pulled the two fusible link assemblies from the 78 parts car today.  One was 100% intact - no cover.  The other had a broken mounting tab, repaired it with super glue, should be fine, also missing cover.  Includes 4 proper relay cover mounting screws.   I would replace the fusible links and clean their connections.

$45 including USPS shipping, pm if interested ...

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AWESOME!! Thank you so much!  Let me figure out how to pm you (or pm me first?) but thank you - I’ll take them!!

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17 hours ago, SteveJ said:

Covers are available from MSA: https://www.thezstore.com/page/TZS/PROD/12-4355.

Make sure you create an account at MSA (http://www.zcarparts.com/) and enter your ClassicZCars member number to get a 10% discount on a lot of different parts.

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You can find your member number by going to your profile on this site. It's in the URL.

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Y’all are awesome!! Thank you for all this support and advice!!  So psyched to be able to source all this and complete this project!!

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