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Old Jun 29th, 08, 08:15 AM
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Does anyone have any pictures of a 67 Camaro fuse panel that show how itís mounted to the firewall? I took mine off about 6 months ago and now I canít figure out how it goes back on, didnít seem too difficult at the time. Iím starting to think that itís not the original fuse panel. Thanks
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Old Jun 29th, 08, 01:54 PM
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This is what I have. Hope it helps!
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Old Jun 29th, 08, 10:15 PM
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I'Hope these help...

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Old Jun 30th, 08, 07:55 AM
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Excellent images. Jim M. shall we add these to the what it is where it is sticky?
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Perfect, thanks!
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Old Jan 24th, 12, 07:20 PM
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Does anyone have a schematic showing the wires to each side of each fuse?
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http://www.rclabbe.com/rswiring/rswiring.pdf
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Old Jan 25th, 12, 07:32 PM
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Thanks, I have that schematic, but for the 1967 on page 14, there are three fuses which have no wires connected to them on one side. Anyone know which wires go there?
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Default Re: Need a picture of a 67 Camaro Fuse Panel

Have a question about the "IGN.Fused" spot. I'm trying to hook an electric choke to this terminal on my 1967. Does the "fused" mean the wire running between the choke and terminal should have an in-line fuse?
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Old Jan 26th, 12, 03:40 PM
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I think if you wiggle that spade connector you will see it is connected to the fuse in the adjacent slot.

My problem is I have no power to that fuse and I want to know which wire feeds it.
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Old Jan 26th, 12, 03:47 PM
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Have a question about the "IGN.Fused" spot. I'm trying to hook an electric choke to this terminal on my 1967. Does the "fused" mean the wire running between the choke and terminal should have an in-line fuse?
I would just run it to the hot wire on your alternator. Save yourself the trouble.
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Have a question about the "IGN.Fused" spot. I'm trying to hook an electric choke to this terminal on my 1967. Does the "fused" mean the wire running between the choke and terminal should have an in-line fuse?
I think you already figured this out but it is as stated, the fuse beside the spade controls that spade. Most factory add on harnesses had a y connector that attached to the spade so the accessory would be powered and then the other y was a second male so another device could be connected in the future - as long as combined the two would overload the fuse.
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Old Jan 29th, 12, 10:56 AM
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Here is a pic of the back of original 67 fuse block. I think I may need to get a new one as continutity is lost between some joints. The wiring from the front view left is 12R from battery feeds the two fuses on the left. The third fuse up is fed from 12P from ignition. The fourth up is fed by Green from light switch. The fifth, sixth and seventh up are fed by 12 BRN from from ignition switch.

On the right, the bottom fuse feeds and orange wire to light switch. The second fuse up splits into 2 orange wires: 1 to flasher and 1 to lighter. The third fuse up feeds a 20P to instrument cluster. The fourth fuse up feeds a grey wire to instrument lights. The fifth fuse up feeds a yellow wire to radio. The sixth fuse up feeds a brown wire to heater. The seventh fuse up feeds a yellow wire to wiper motor.


Well, I am disassembling the fuse parts, sandpapering the contacts, adding some solder to some of the joints, and it should work. Getting the connectors with added spade on them out of the box is difficult.
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