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Old 03-15-2012, 11:27 AM
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Doe's anyone have a photo of a 1979 Camaro Z28 fuse box? I have a lot of wires not pluged in my fuse box that are just hanging.

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Here's a crazy idea.
You post a picture of your fuse box and make a sketch of the fuse positions and labelled descriptions.
Then ask questions about what you want to do or what the problem is.
You will get detailed responses.
Also check out the following for the wiring of the fuseblock.
Autozone offers wiring diagrams for many production vehicles.
Go to www.autozone.com
You will need to register and create a password.
From the dropdown select the vehicle (new).
Select the category. Vehicle repair guides.
Next you will find listings of repair categories or chapters. Navigate to wiring diagrams. Then select the desired diagram.


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Couldn't tell you where which wire goes etc...... you are going to have to trace each wire as to what it powers....ie wipers, horn, lights etc tag each wire, then get your fuse box diagram/owners manual and figure out the location and size of each fuse and then connect the wires one at a time and see if that circuit works. There are basicly two busses in the fuse box, one with constant power from the battery at all times and one that only becomes hot when the key is in the on position. The circuits would go from a buss bar thru a fuse to the wire leading to the item.... horn etc....
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