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rpxr400 11-01-2007 06:34 PM

fuse locations?
 
I don't have an owner's manual. Which numeric locations in the fuse panel are for headlights and ignition? I'm trying to install an accessory.

I don't see any clearly marked for either.

It's a '95

Thanks.

*** Ignore this message- I've had a revelation. ***

whiteyj 11-01-2007 09:47 PM

From my 1994.....

Under Driver Side Dash
1 Rear Wiper 20amp
3 Stop Lamps 15
4 Turn Signals 15
5 Fuel Pump 10
ECM
6 Heated Rear W 25
7 Lighter, radio 20
8 Headlights 20
9 Gauges/BU Light 15
10 Panel Illum 10
11 Wiper Circ Brk 5.3 (Circuit Breaker)
12 Heater Fan 25

Hope it helps.....


Arrangement

1 2 3
4 5 6
7 8 9
10 11 12

From the diagram #2 looks like a breaker. But no reference.

plac 10-03-2009 01:14 PM

i have the same thing under my dash.. but i am looking for my A/C fuse which isnt listed..

NAVYCHIEF 10-03-2009 02:24 PM

a/c fuse is under the hood in front of the battery.

plac 10-03-2009 03:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by NAVYCHIEF (Post 452842)
a/c fuse is under the hood in front of the battery.

you are a life saver bro. I found it right in that box in front of my battery..

Well, a relay, not a fuse.. but thats not the issue. I swapped it for another relay with no luck.

But you gave me motivation to carry on. I then bypassed that switch on my "dryer" component.. The A/C worked and turned on!!

Now I have to find out how that switch works.. either the switch is bad.. or it just wont acivate because there is not enough freon detected or something? I dont want to buy a new switch until I find out for sure..

NAVYCHIEF 10-03-2009 07:03 PM

yeah, it takes the correct freon pressure to activate that switch. i'd get it serviced first.


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