Eaton has announced the availability of Bussmann series automotive multi-pole, multi slow-blow and battery terminal fuses that provide the OEM equivalent to those installed in a variety of popular vehicles. Eaton’s new Bussmann series automotive fuses enable warehouse distributors and jobbers to access fuses that were, up until now, primarily available only through dealerships and online parts websites, says the company.
“With the widest offering of automotive fuses, we are making it easier for customers to access technology once exclusive to the dealership network,” said Dan Miller, retail marketing manager for Bussmann series consumer products at Eaton. “Distributors and automotive suppliers can now offer an aftermarket solution to establish their business as the go-to source for previously hard-to-find replacement parts.”
Building upon one of the largest offerings of OEM products and accessories in the marketplace today, Eaton now offers the following Bussmann series aftermarket automotive solutions:
- Multi-pole fuses (MPF) – OE equivalents to those installed in popular Nissan, Infiniti, Toyota and Lexus vehicles.
- Multi slow-blow (MUSB) fuses – Direct OEM replacements for fuses found in 2004 to current-model Acura, Ford and Honda vehicles.
- Battery terminal fuses (BTF) – Designed to provide original equipment equivalents to those installed in popular Chrysler, Ford, Lexus, Lincoln , Mercury, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Scion, Subaru, Suzuki and Toyota vehicles.
In addition, Eaton is offering distributors a new Bussmann series planogram in 2018 with the ability to stock 14 percent more product. Combined with new, compact product packaging, header and reorder backer tags, the planogram is designed to enable retailers to meet the demands of the market by offering more circuit protection products within the same footprint.