I have a 12V DC car socket is connected to a car battery and cable with 12V car plugs on each end. The socket and each of the plugs has its own fuse, which seems unnecessary. If I were to blow a fuse, I wouldn't want to check 3 places.
I'd like to keep the socket's fuse since it's directly connected to the battery and remove both fuses from the male-male cable. However, since a fuse is part of the spring-loaded mechanical structure for a 12V car plug, I can't just replace it with a wire. Is there any kind of placeholder that I can use? Will I need to disassemble a glass fuse and wire the ends together? Is this all a terrible idea?