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This is a discussion on Fuses within the Rebel forums, part of the Honda category; Stocking up the tool kit for some road trips! Are the 250 (2002) fuses just regular automotive fuses or do ...


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Old 08-26-2008   #1
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Stocking up the tool kit for some road trips! Are the 250 (2002) fuses just regular automotive fuses or do i have to purchase them from a Honda dealer?

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Automotive type fuses, much more inexpensive thru chain auto parts stores.

Just write down which amp ratings you need & determine whether you've got regular sized blade-type fuses and/or mini-fuse blade-types, possibly even some of the old glass type, which also come in different lengths & you should be good to go! :wink:
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Wal-Mart sells nice assortments in plastic boxes for cheap. I keep one in the car, one in the camper, one in the saddlebag and a couple in the shed for good measure.
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Pay special attention to the physical size. It is not the same as what we generally use in American autos. I wish they had used the blade type for all the fuses; they only come in three sizes and the physical size difference is obvious.
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Found 3 fuses. Two 10 amp glass type left hand side of the battery box (1 spare also), one 20 amp blade type right hand side of the battery box. Are there any more? (2002 250 rebel)

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There should be a spare blade type fuse stored slightly below the main fuse. The main fuse (at least on the 06) can be found by removing the connector to the starter relay - just forward of the battery. The spare is below the relay and can be seen without removing the connector.
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There should also be spare glass fuses in the fuse box.
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