i did completely clean up my OE fusebox recently.
was having problems w/ the cooling fan and some intermittent stuff.
luckily, i had a few good looking fuse blocks that were off the car. So i checked the riveted areas for the least corroded one and cleaned up all the spades on the bottom.
Then, it by bit, i changed the fuse block over.
At that time i tightened/replaced bad wire ends and put a bit of dielectric grease too. All new fuses too.
At the time it seemed ok, and probably wasn't the ultimate fix, but it was per original.
Since then, the car has been very reliable, and that includes 2 winter storage seasons so far. No electrical gremlins at all.
I guess it will be fine. I did clean up and fortify the battery grounds at that time too, and i'm sure it helped a bit.
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