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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 04-12-2009, 11:34 AM Thread Starter
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I am new to the FSB. My question to you all is does anyone have a picture diagram of a 78' fuse block panel. I am trying to figure out were all the fuses go to. I just got the FlamnBronc 2 months ago and most of the dash was disconnected to have a roll cage installed. Can anyone help. Thanks a million
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I know you don't need to be told to buy a manual, but the Chiltons and Haynes are both good to have. Neither one has everything, especially pics, so it's good to have both. Trust me, they'll come in handy.

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Welcome to FSB. Heres some pics out of a 78 manual. Sorry about the shadows.




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Welcome to FSB. Heres some pics out of a 78 manual. Sorry about the shadows.






Thank you very much that was what I was looking for!!! By chance do you know which fuse is for the back window motor?
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Im not 100% positive but IIRC the number "10" position 20A fuse was also for the rear window.

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Im not 100% positive but IIRC the number "10" position 20A fuse was also for the rear window.
That was my guess too. Thanks again for your help.
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Thanks!

Thanks for posting those diagrams.
Flame, I just got a 78 project and was doing some wiring myself and noticed that the P/O has the rear window set up powered by the #6 Blank spot. You might be able to wire it in there with a fuse (what I am hoping to do) if you can check the voltage with key on.

Not to hijack this thread, but since its related, I am looking for a fukse link that allows you to tap into the blank fuse location and run wires to accessories. the local auto parts stores only had these with the flat style fuses.

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Can any of youse guys use these ?











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Heck yeah! Thanks!

Thanks for the wiring diagrams and such, I'm printing them now.

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