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'75 fuse block diagram

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by Art'74, Apr 2, 2005.

  1. Art'74

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    Hey all! I have been searching this morning for a fuse block diagram. I have seen a lot of references but no pictures. Some stuff from '02 and '00 were there but the pictures were long gone.

    To be specific, I am trying to hook up my elec. fans and want a switched (ignition) source from the fuse block. This is temporary but I would like to drive it until new wiring/motor/etc. in the near future. My A/C is not in use and I thought that would possibly be a good source for power or if you have suggestions, don't be shy.

    TIA. Art
     
  2. RaisedK5

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    Hang on.. let me scan that page.



    Here ya go [​IMG]
     
  3. Art'74

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    You are the best. That is sooooo impressive that strangers take time to provide great assistance. That is why I joined this place. I monitored for a while and then said that this is great place to join and get/share info. Much appreciated.

    Art
     
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    No problem, i guess your just lucky i have a 75 too with all the factory manuals. Good luck. :laugh:
     
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    I'm sure you figured it out from the picture, but since the legend dosen't list it as ignition, either of the D plugs can be used for additional ignition connections. Good luck.
     

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