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Old 10-28-2006, 12:31 PM   #1
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Default Help, Auxiliary Fuse Block 1987, where is it??

I need a little help. I cannot find my Auxiliary Fuse Block which is listed as behind the center of the IP. I do not see it. Any help would be appreciated. I am changing the hazard relay......

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Old 10-28-2006, 01:01 PM   #2
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Behind the DIC (drivers information cluster) there is a fuse block. You have to remove the radio/climate control bezel. 4 or so screws hold it on. Once that is removed you need to remove the DIC and you should be able to see what you need. Cake job.
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I've never found an aux. fuse box on my 87, but the hazard flasher is located behind the drivers info. center...where the SES light comes on. Good luck. If there's a fuse box back there I'd like to know what fuses are in there? relays yes, flasher yes, fuses...I don't think so.

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that's where it is on my wifes 87... behind the DIC...

Now, as a thought, perhaps your has simply been pushed behind a panel or something.
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I've never found an aux. fuse box on my 87, but the hazard flasher is located behind the drivers info. center...where the SES light comes on. Good luck. If there's a fuse box back there I'd like to know what fuses are in there? relays yes, flasher yes, fuses...I don't think so.
There are a few (3-4) fuses there. I know the CSV fuse it in there, I can't recall the others off hand.

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Thanks.

I can now see it. The Service Manual and Electrical Diagnosis SM Supplement call out the Auxiliary Fuse Block which is beside the Hazard Relay, Horn Relay, and a few other components.

So I just remove the Information Cluster which is held in place by four screws?
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So I just remove the Information Cluster which is held in place by four screws?
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By the way, the Auxiliary Fuse Block contains the Theft Fuse (15A) according to the ESM.

It shows four slots. I will let you know once I pull mine out.
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Let us know when you get to it. I would like a reminder of what fuses are back there. I'm lazy.
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Old 10-29-2006, 11:01 AM   #10
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There are four fuse slots, but the Owners Manual, Service Manual, and my Vette use only three of the slots.

Hatch Auto (3)
Theft (15)
Blank
CINJ/CLU (5) (Listed as Crank in the Owners Manual)
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