Join Date: Dec 2002
Location: Saint Louis, Missouri
Re: 68 Camaro Electrical Fuse Box
Here is the fuse block in my 68 Chevy II Nova with the identified "taps" for adding optional accessories.
The taps are protected by a specific neighboring fuse in the fuse block.
These "taps" are limited as to how much amperage one can pull out of them to where if a tap like the one marked BAT being protected by the neighboring 20A fuse for the CLK LTR CTSY circuit and the circuit is already pulling 10A, then technically you could only add an additional 10A off of the "tap". If in your case, if the additional amperage you need for the motors is let's say 15A and the circuit is already requiring 10A, then this will not work as the 20A fuse will blow.
While the fuse holder can take a larger 30A or 35A fuse, never do that as the wires on that circuit are not sized for that amount of current.
1974 Spirit Of America Nova (being restored), 1973 Nova Custom, 1968 Chevy II (Garage Find 2012)
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