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Old 08-15-2009, 08:37 AM
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Fuse box diagram

I am in need of a fuse box diagram for a 1983 chevy silverado. i have looked for it on the internet with no luck. if anyone could help it would be greatly appreciated.

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I'm looking for one for my 1979 Buick Park Avenue. Can't find it either.
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Go to any reputable shop and they will print one out for you, Flip em 5 bucks for there time. I know if a customer came in to my shop I would be glad to help and I would do it for free.
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Are you trying to find a fuse box diagram or a wiring diagram?

Try looking at Ebay motors, parts and accessories, manuals and literature. There are usually several manuals and wiring diagrams up for sale.

I looked at what is there for an '83 truck right now, and they want $74 for the factory shop manual. That's a lot higher than i paid for my '75 shop manual on Ebay, but it still might be worth it. In most cases the wiring diagrams are a separate book, but sometimes they are also in the shop manual.

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Are you trying to find a fuse box diagram or a wiring diagram?

Try looking at Ebay motors, parts and accessories, manuals and literature. There are usually several manuals and wiring diagrams up for sale.

I looked at what is there for an '83 truck right now, and they want $74 for the factory shop manual. That's a lot higher than i paid for my '75 shop manual on Ebay, but it still might be worth it. In most cases the wiring diagrams are a separate book, but sometimes they are also in the shop manual.

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Thanks for the info. I have found "wiring diagrams". I need a basic picture of the fuse box itself showing the location of each fuse and its application. It's extremely hard to read while looking under the dash. I can't see the whole thing. Hell, these 61 year old eyes can't see that well anyway
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This should be similar to yours.

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yes, it is similiar to that.
and im in need of a fuse panel legend.
thankyou for the help
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fuse box diagram

hey 83silvrado have you ever tried the main county library.they usually have a whole section of factory auto manuals.hope this helps
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