instead of changing the fuses like mad, (no offense) the better option would be:
1- Do as previously recommended, and remove ALL fuses, AND disconnect the battery...
2- CLEAN all contacts with a wire brush, and vacuum up the corrosion you just removed.
3- Go to your nearest Electronics shop, or marine shop , and buy a can of electrical contact cleaner, and a tube of DIELECTRIC GREASE. - This grease is manufactured to coat electrical connections and prevent corrosion - it is used on trailer hitch wiring, boat fues boxes, and aircraft as well.
4- Spray off all contacts with the can of cleaner (be careful, as it will dis-color SOME plastics) and then coat ALL contacts and fuse ends with the grease, and re-install the fuses
5- Put your fuse box cover on, and forget about it for a few years.
can of contact cleaner $3.49
tube of dielectric grease $4.29
new brass fuses $?.?? (I get 'em free)
Peice of mind, PRICELESS!
Oh yeah, i polish my differential at least once every 12,000 miles....
1995 C220 (W202)
Brilliant silver metallic
Viper Remote Start, Keyless and Security system
JVC KDAVX77 with DVD, BLUETOOTH and IPOD
Clarion component speakers
2 MTX 10" subwoofers - Vented
Total 500.1 subwoofer amplifier
17" MB wheels - 2002 E class / Chrome Star centercaps
Clear corner markers
35% Tint all around
LED 3rd brakelight