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Fuse box what fuses are for ? what do they protect and do they have anything to do with the coils?

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Main fuse protect sthe whole system from power surges caused by a bad stator or regulator,then the other fuzes are for lights,horn, and are usually marked. if the main fuze blows it will shut down the ignition to prevent damage to wires,coils, and anything else. your answer, no there is no fuze just for coils,only the main.

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