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Fuse box

Postby Slyfoot » Mon Oct 17, 2016 5:41 pm

Does any one have a good picture of a fuse box or wiring diagram. 1967 dodge power wagon LA 318 I'm trying to fine out the correct amp for each circuit. I have missed match fuses also does any one know how the RPM Gauge is wired does it do to the coil if not where does it gain its signal
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Re: Fuse box

Postby 712edf » Mon Oct 17, 2016 8:19 pm

Tachometer (RPM gauge) usually has 4 wires. 1 for power, 1 ground, 1 for lighting & the signal wire which usually goes to the minus(-) side of the coil.

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Re: Fuse box

Postby pwadventurer » Sun Oct 30, 2016 6:57 am

Slyfoot wrote:Does any one have a good picture of a fuse box or wiring diagram. 1967 dodge power wagon LA 318 I'm trying to fine out the correct amp for each circuit. I have missed match fuses


From my 69-71 service manual,
A.C., Brake sentinel, camper electrical feed, cigar lighter, directional signal, dome lamp, EM flasher, heater, horn, parking lamps, stop lamps, and tail lamps all 20 amps. Back up lamps and radio 6 amps. Instrument lamps 2 amps.

Edit to add: 67service manual, from Jims68 post, viewtopic.php?f=21&t=40372
Voltage regulator 6 amps, horn 30, turn signal 15, tail/stop/brake/dome 15, 4-way flasher/ cigar 15, instrument 2, radio 6, heater 20.

68 models: accessory xx, Horn 30, turn signal 15, tail/stop/brake/dome 20,4-way flasher /cigar 20, instrument 2, radio 6, heater 20.
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Re: Fuse box

Postby pwadventurer » Mon Oct 31, 2016 7:06 pm

not listed above in your 67 fuse block, is the voltage regulator fuse. Maybe some one can check their fuse block.

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Re: Fuse box

Postby JimE » Tue Nov 01, 2016 7:14 am

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