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    Does anybody know a real part number I can use to go to a local auto parts store and find the 2 amp fuse for the clock in 1964-1966 Lark types? They are very short fuses. One store in my area had 2 amp fuses but they are all about 1 inch long. I need something like 3/8" long for the inline connector. The one inch long ones are way, way too long. Help!

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    The original fuse was a 1AG-2 (2 amp). It measures 5/8" long. Current designation is AGA-2.

    Dwain G.

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      Thanks!
      "Madness...is the exception in individuals, but the rule in groups" - Nietzsche.

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