Automotive wiring is black magic — how else could a short in the right front headlight cause the rear left blinker to burn out? When troubleshooting this sort of voodoo, you need all the help you can get. IPA’s Fuse Saver lets you get on with troubleshooting without repeatedly replacing the same fuse or foolishly bridging the contacts — like you haven’t thought about it.
The Fuse Saver consists of a two-sided plug that fits into the most common fuse receptacles, a 10′ cord, and 10A, 15A, and 20A breaker handles. Plug the fuse saver into the panel and the correct amperage handle into the other end of the cord. When the circuit overloads, just press the breaker button on the top of the handle and keep troubleshooting the short without going back to the fuse panel.
Pricing for the Fuse Saver starts at $55. Supposedly, IPA also sells a 5A breaker handle.