Why don't you just use a small flat head screw driver to bend the tabs back into place so the fuse sits snug. Thats what I would do.
This is a discussion on Junction block. within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; The previous owner wired up his gauges via fuse taps, I am going to wire them properly but it seems ...
The previous owner wired up his gauges via fuse taps, I am going to wire them properly but it seems after taking the fuse taps out that the fuses themselves are loose without the fuse taps in. I am worried they will fall out while driving that's how loose they are. The fuse taps seem to have stretched out the socket. I can get a new junction block from subaru for around 100$, I was just wondering if this is plug and play or am I going to have to rewire stuff? In other words will the old junction block pop out and all i will have to do is pop the new one in and put the fuses/reconnect the harnesses?
Ill try that now. Sorry I am dumb, Ill probably be back in a few minutes saying how I broke my junction block.