What Fuse/Relay Spares Are Good to Carry? (1 Viewer)

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I'm gearing up a bit for a longer trip out to Utah in a few weeks. One of the things I realize I have not been carrying as spares are some of the more specialized fuses and relays.

I've done a bit of searching through the parts list posts here on mud but most of them just say " a complete set of fuses". Does anyone have some input on what a complete set may entail?

I've currently got a box of the standard blade fuses, but do folks here keep spares of, say, the AM1 or fuel pump relay? Or do some of these relays get a bit cost prohibitive to carry spares vs. the probability of a failure disabling the vehicle?

I'm not very familiar with the electrical system of the cruiser (haven't owned it that long) so hoping some folks may be able to chime in and give some advice on what would be good to take as spares into some of fairly remote areas in Utah.
 
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Ahh cool, thanks. I printed one out a while back and stuck it in the truck but forgot about it.

Looks like a good start would be:
Main Fusable link
AM1 Fusable Link
AM1 Fuse
AM2
EFI relay
Set of blade fuses
 
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