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Old 05-06-2010, 02:46 PM   #1
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Clstr Fuse?

Hi, I searched around and couldn't really find the answer to my question, I have a '89 GTA and was wondering is the space for the CLSTR fuse supose to be void? I do not have the digital dash if that is what it was for, or am i just missing the fuse, because i have read elsewhere of other's peoples cars not having the fuse as well, and I personally don't notice anything functioning incorrectly besides possibly the steering wheel radio controls. Would love to find out more about it thanks..

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Re: Clstr Fuse?

Not uncommon to have one or two void fuse slots. Use a flashlight and check to see if there's a metal contact strip visible down deep inside of the slot. I have a couple of those void fuse slots, you might too.
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Re: Clstr Fuse?

Just checked and you're absolutely correct, there is no metal connecting strip in the fuse position. I am under the assumption that the fuse would have been for the digital dash option.
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Re: Clstr Fuse?

On my 88 Iroc the 5.7 TPI the CLSTR keeps melting. I have found that in my setup it powers the MAF burn-off Relay and my engine fans with ignition power.
I don't have digital cluster either. But I have the pin outs obviously.
In a book I have on an 88 f body repair manual it shows the CLSTR circuit working A/C Control Head, A/C Temperature Door Motor,Driver information Center (dic) display module. And then instrument panel for digital cluster.
In my Chilton, 88-89 shows the cluster slot as not filled.

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