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left side next to the screw, from top to bottom.

1-5amp for right turn signal

2-5amp for left turn signal

3-8amp for headlight low right

4-8amp for headlight low left

5-5amp for rear parking, side lights right,license plate,instruments, rear fog light and fog light relay

6-5amp for rear parking, side light left.

Fuse box right side top to bottom.

1-16amp for stop lights,turn signals, horn relay wiper motor,washer and reverse lights.

2-8amp for fuel pump,auto choke,fuel gauge,coolant gauge,oil pressure light, tach, emergency brake light, cold start and fuel level.

3-16amp for rear window defo.

4-16amp for heater blower.

5-8amp for clock,interior light, hazard lights,running lights.

6-16amp for cigar lighter.

ok thats it remember from top to bottom, first the left side of the fuse box, then right.

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model 73 and later:

Fuse #

1. cigarette lighter (16a)

2.Hazard warning system, glove compartment light, luggage comparment light, clock (8a)

3.rear window heating (16a)

4.Heater Blower (16a)

5.Winshield wiper and washer stop light (16a)

6. Back-up light, radio, flasher system, horn (8a)

7. Parking light and tail light left (8a)

8. Parking light and tail light right, licence plate light, instruments illumination, rear fog light. (8a)

9. Low beam left (8a)

10. Low beam right (8a)

11. high beams (16a)

12. automatic choke, oil pressure warning, fuel and tempurature indicator, revolution counter, fuel-handbrake-and brake fluid level control.

02's after 71 up to 73.

1. tail light and parking, left (5a)

2. tail light and parking right, licence plate and instruments illumination, rear fog light, fog head light relay. (5a)

3. low beam left (8a)

4. low beam right (8a)

5. turn signal, left (5a)

6. turn signal, right (5a)

7. cigarette lighter (16a)

8. clock, interior light, hazard warning system (8a)

9. heater blower (16a)

10. rear window heating (16a)

11. automatic choke, electric fuel pump, oil pressure warning, tachometer, fuel and tempurature indictor, warning light for parking brake and fuel level. (8a)

12. stop light, turn signals, horn, windshieldwiper and washer, back up light (8a)



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