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Crisp, clear pic of a square's fuseblock for those looking for same.....

Discussion in 'Electrical & Audio' started by mtnmankev, Jul 8, 2020.

  1. mtnmankev

    mtnmankev Full Access Member

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    Obviously, there were changes that had to be made when glass fuses went extinct.
    We have an 82, an 83, an 84 and a 86 here, mixture of 2wd and 4wd, half ton and 3/4 ton, and they all used the same fuseblock.
     
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    heres a better photo. mines in pretty good shape letter wise. hmm.. might have to snag a direct-on-photo

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    I thought irecall reading here that the locations changed on certain fuses or additions made. i could be mistaken
     
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    gmachinz Harnessworx Inc

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    Nice! I’d actually like to find a complete, uncut 79-83 fuse panel assembly to add to my collection as well! That’s a very clean one you have!
     
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    For creating products or just to have one?
     
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    That could stand a goodly amount of clarification.
    What kind of products could one manufacture with a fuseblock and wiring harness ?
     
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    Well, he is our residential harness-man. he recreates harnesses with added functionality, OE design, or just for different stuff. And a fuse block gets hooked into by the junction under hood, yes?

    Hes got you if you need something.

    For example, I had a thread about tail light harness wiring, and he sells a whole new harness OR one with a 7 plug wire built in, just have to connect to a trailer brake controller and a tiny bit other stuff.

    Good shit
     
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    I have plans to release new factory style fuse panel bulkhead because the aftermarket will never offer factory fit blocks for these trucks the way I can. For now, I’m in the market for purchasing both halves of 1973-up fuse panels as well as 1985-up convenience center connectors. They can be completely cut short with wiring but I need the printed areas nice and crisp. I need to find a few guys who routinely part these trucks out most likely lol
     
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    I see the fuse marked WIPER, is there a separate fuse for WASHER FLUID MOTOR ? My squirters stopped working
     
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    That's a different department.
    You may want to ask a service advisor to look into it.
     
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