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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old Mar 19th, 15, 12:36 AM Thread Starter
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1967 fuse box

How many different types of fuse boxes were used for 67 camaros? From pictures that Ive seen online, Ive been able to find 2 different ones. One is the square one with 2 vertical rows of fuses that looks a lot like 68 and 69 boxes. Ive also seen a "skinny" one that just has one row of fuses and usually a rectangular flasher at the top. And neither of these is the same one as the one in my 67 rs. Mine is very similar to the square one but the power tap terminals (bat, acc, ign) are not in the same order. Also there is no plastic separating the ign tap from the fuse powering it. Were there different fuse boxes for different models? Like different for 6 cyl or 8 cyl or a/c cars?





Mine looks similar to the bottom picture but not exactly the same.
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How many different types of fuse boxes were used for 67 camaros? From pictures that Ive seen online, Ive been able to find 2 different ones. One is the square one with 2 vertical rows of fuses that looks a lot like 68 and 69 boxes. Ive also seen a "skinny" one that just has one row of fuses and usually a rectangular flasher at the top. And neither of these is the same one as the one in my 67 rs. Mine is very similar to the square one but the power tap terminals (bat, acc, ign) are not in the same order. Also there is no plastic separating the ign tap from the fuse powering it. Were there different fuse boxes for different models? Like different for 6 cyl or 8 cyl or a/c cars?





Mine looks similar to the bottom picture but not exactly the same.

Page 166 of the 1967 AIM illustrates the fuse panel shown in the first (upper) photo as part of the instrument panel wiring harness assembly...no alternate or revision listed.

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Page 166 of the 1967 AIM illustrates the fuse panel shown in the first (upper) photo as part of the instrument panel wiring harness assembly...no alternate or revision listed.
That is why Im puzzled as to why I see different ones online. And why neither of them is the same as mine. Kinda strange.
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Re: 1967 fuse box

Ok, this is strange. I just went out to take a picture of my fusebox and it appears to be just like the top photo. I know Ive messed with one like the square one because I remember that tiny little fuse for the lamps. It was all crusty and required much cleaning. Maybe my 67 vette had that one? Or my 65 buick? This is what happens when you park a car for 20+ years then try and go by memory. So the skinny one was for all 67s and the square one was for 68 and 69?
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Re: 1967 fuse box

Over the years many people have replaced original wiring harnesses and may have elected to use the newer style but think that may require enlarging the firewall bulkhead opening and not sure the holes on the drivers side of the wall would lineup.

I forgot the reason why GM/Fisher made the changes in 68 to the larger format but I think it was across all divisions and lines. I have only known the larger format being on my 69 Camaro and my old 72 Impala.


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