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Fuse box wiring.

Discussion in 'Electrical & Audio' started by robe338, Dec 2, 2019.

  1. robe338

    robe338 Junior Member

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    Location:
    Georgia
    First Name:
    David
    Truck Year:
    1977, 1984
    Truck Model:
    K10
    Engine Size:
    350
    Hi everybody. Ive got a fuse box from an 1984 k10 with some cut wires, that id like to fix before installing it back in my truck. Heres a picture.

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    Can anyone tell me how all these are supposed to go back together?

    A goes to bat slot with this connector and cut wire. As an added bonus any ideas what this cut wire would have gone to?

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    B goes to the stop/hazzard fuse slot.

    C goes to this black box at the top of the fuse block( whats this box for?)

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    D goes to this relay thats hanging out by the top of the fuse block. ( whats this relay for?).

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    Thanks for any help any one can give. My biggest concern is how/where the cut wires hook up.
     
  2. Matt69olds

    Matt69olds Full Access Member

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    Matt
    Truck Year:
    81
    Truck Model:
    GMC 1/2 ton
    Engine Size:
    455 Olds
    I would strongly suggest getting a wiring diagram. I think the black box on the fuse panel is the seat belt warning buzzer, the relay is the horn relay. Other than that, get a diagram, a magnifying glass (those numbers and wire colors can be hard to read) lots of time, and some aspirin!
     

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