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Fuse Panel Diagram needed - don't have haynes manual:(

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by mickscanoe, Apr 7, 2007.

  1. mickscanoe

    mickscanoe Newbie

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    i need a fuse panel diagram for my 91 350 K5
    no haynes manual yet, just trying to throw a radio in . . .
     
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    It should all be labled. That is more than the amount of information you would need to wire a new stereo.
     
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    Unfortunately, '91 is entirely different than the '77.

    It's easy. Use a voltmeter, find the accessory terminals along the top of the fuse panel, use one that is 12V constant for the radio memory wire, and use one that is on in every position but off/start for the main power. You can use a spade connector to fit in the terminals, or you can go to the wrecking yard and get stock connectors to lock in place, which can also allow you to "piggyback" connectors if there are no empty slots.
     
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    There is a 1980's diagram there also, allthough they could have changed in 91 I'am not aware of.
     
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    Changed again in about '84-85...first style blade fuse panels had accessory terminals randomly scattered about, later blade fuse panels had all the accessory terminals along the top edge. :)

    it's not tough, use a voltmeter to see when each one has voltage, and pick the right one for the memory and ignition 12V source.
     
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    Ahhh I see, thanks for clearing that up for me.
     

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