Painless Wiring 7 Circuit Auxiliary Fuse Block - 70207 |

Painless Wiring 7 Circuit Auxiliary Fuse Block - 70207

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  • Painless Wiring | Part Number: PWP70207
  • Fitment:Universal Fit
  • Type:Auxiliary
  • Circuits:7 Circuits


Made Using TXL Cross Link Polyethylene Wire, Wire Is Rated To 275 Deg. At 600 Wires Are Factory Machine Terminated, Circuits Individually Fused For Up To 15 Amps, Protects Your OEM Warranty, Easy To Install, Safely Adds Ignition Hot And Constant Hot Circuits

Customer Reviews

4.8 4.8
5 Customer ratings
5.0 exactly what I needed

I needed to add electrical accessories for my Polaris RZR side by side. This fuse block did exactly what I needed it to. It is very well made and easy to wire up. I highly recommend this over a bunch of wires back to the battery. A grounding block is handy also making future projects go much faster.

from Ft Worth, Tx |
4.0 painless

Wires could have been longer. Could have come with some extra relays to properly wire accessories. Could have come with some wire loom to protect the wires. I do not recommend the fuse taps. I ran mine to the block under the dash for the ignition hot. Works good if you do it a little more advanced than the instructions.

from Mesa, AZ |
5.0 easy way to add circuits

Great product, easy to install with clear instructions. Only con is it could use longer wires. I added some weatherpack connectors so that I don't have the unused wires laying around. I can add. Lights and other electric stuff as I go.

from parker,co |
5.0 Awesome componet, worked better than adv

Need more circuits, easy solution

from McCall Idaho |
5.0 Really is painless

I put this aux fuse block in my 2010 Polaris RZR to make installing off road lights easier. It sits under the dash on the fire wall nicely. The best part was the main battery line is just the right length to comfortably reach the RZR battery tray. The ignition hot feature keeps me from frying the battery by forgetting to shut down one of my multiple light sets. Though I do like that it has both ignition hot and constant hot circuits.

from Flower Mound, TX |

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