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Old 08-11-2010, 11:36 PM   #1
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New Fuse Box, What to remove? (89 Camaro)

which of the wires/connections should i remove?

the new fuse box will run ecm, fans, a/c, fuel pump, fuel injectors, mil lamp, coils, and has 12v switched, and 12v. it seems (key word) that i can just remove the box but i want some confirmation on it.

i only want to keep the stereo, lights, and heat and whtever is needed. im trying to see if A) someone has a diagram of what interior fuse box wires go where , and B) if the internal box can be removed with what ive listed for the new fuse box.

the only diagram ive found shows a couple things, not the entire fusebox.

im also changing the firewall connector to a caspers 32 pin connector.
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Re: New Fuse Box, What to remove? (89 Camaro)

Need to know what fuse box you're talking about.
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Need to know what fuse box you're talking about.
the one right under the dash.

i suppose i could get a smaller fusebox to run the HVAC, windows/locks, and lights. and get rid of the bulky stocker.
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