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This is for all you wiring wizards out there. Please help me with wiring to the fuse box. I need to know how to find locations on the back that are labeled something like D9 or D11 or so on in the Bentley current flow diagrams. Please help!
 

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Re: Fuse Box Wiring - URGENT (Schu16V)

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This is for all you wiring wizards out there. Please help me with wiring to the fuse --box. I need to know how to find locations on the back that are labeled something like D9 or D11 or so on in the Bentley current flow diagrams. Please help!
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Ok, dude, this isn't too hard but follow closely, OK?
You'll need to access the back of your fusebox, and the easiest way to do this is to remove those 2 pesky white clips that hold your fusebox in the upright position, then FLIP it down, don't remove the fusebox from the metal hanger that it's pivot points rest in ( the roller looking things, which are part of the fusebox, that those pesky little white clips attached to ).......
When you flip it down, you'll see 2 rows of harness plugs, most varying in color. Like you are reading a book (from top to bottom, left to right), you'll start in the upper left hand corner. You'll see:
1st connector, A1- 8 point yellow
2nd connector, A2- 8 point yellow
3rd connector, B- 6 point green
4th connector, C- 8 point yellow
5th connector, D- 12 point green, this is the one you want!
D9 and D11 are on this connector, and the station is on the connector (I think on the face where the connector snaps back into the fusebox), and I think also molded in the fuse box, but read what the connector says. The colors of the wire will vary between differnet models, so follow the wiring diagram closely.
Hope this helps ya!
Toby Pilcher


[Modified by PimpStylin', 12:49 AM 11-27-2001]
 

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Re: Fuse Box Wiring - URGENT (PimpStylin')

Yep, I figured it out earlier... what a pain in the ass though. So many wires.
 
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