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Old 07-23-2019, 08:18 PM   #1
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S14 Fuse Box fitting Question

I have an automatic 1997 240SX SE(S14) and I am looking for stock or OEM parts for repairs. It has an American market KA24DE. I've had the car for a few years, but have only been doing basic maintenance (oil changes, gaskets, hoses) for it.

I'm looking to replace the fuse box, among other parts, but I am mostly finding S14 fuse boxes from the 1996 model. Would any fuse box from the S14 era (95-98) fit my car's system, if I can't find S14'97 specifically? I'm not very good at electrical engineering, so this may be the hardest part to shop-for for me. Thanks in advance!
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Old 07-24-2019, 12:33 PM   #2
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I have an automatic 1997 240SX SE(S14) and I am looking for stock or OEM parts for repairs. It has an American market KA24DE. I've had the car for a few years, but have only been doing basic maintenance (oil changes, gaskets, hoses) for it.

I'm looking to replace the fuse box, among other parts, but I am mostly finding S14 fuse boxes from the 1996 model. Would any fuse box from the S14 era (95-98) fit my car's system, if I can't find S14'97 specifically? I'm not very good at electrical engineering, so this may be the hardest part to shop-for for me. Thanks in advance!
id think any AUTOMATIC OBD2 FUSE BOX would work.
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If Im not mistaken, you should make sure you get a fuse box from another SE, the base model wont have certain pins for accessories the SE comes with. I remember I had a base model fuse box and someone came to buy it but certain things were missing from it that he had in his. So just be certain it has all the fuses and wiring you need


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Find a fuse box from your model year and options. There were various changes from year to year and model to model that could effect your cars operation. Better safe than sorry.
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