fuse diagram for 92 chevy

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  1. scottie

    scottie Senior Member

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    anyone got that diagram of what fuses protect what devices for my 92 chevy 1500. i dont have a owners manual and i just want that digram and chart...
     
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    75K30 Senior Member

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    scottie: visit Autozone.com for any electrical diagram you may need. It is free. It will take a little browsing, but you will find what you are looking for. Good luck.
     
  3. scottie

    scottie Senior Member

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    i didnt even think of that... thanx
     
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    mudseeker Senior Member

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    pick up a haynes manual for 10 bucks. they have wiring diagrams for everything in and out of the truck. by the way, what did you break?:D
     
  5. scottie

    scottie Senior Member

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    didnt break anything, im just gettin some parasitic drain, and i want to check where its comin from.... you know its gettin bad when your headlights are dim enough that you can see your truck's shawow in front you from the headlights of the car behind ya.
     
  6. scottie

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    ...and its not the altenator...already checked that
     
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    my truck had this same problem when i bought it last year. the first night i drove it i couldn't even see the road markers with out my brights. buying new lights didn't help me much, so i run with my off-road lights on most of the time. i believe you have the plastic composite head lights like mine, if so, then the road grim has clouded them up and made them useless. if you really want to fork over the money you can buy glass replacements for about 200 a pair.
     
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    bradrhale Senior Member

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    i had a prob similar to that but lights were way out of adjustment.
     
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    poor head lights

    i also have the plastics ones and i cleaned them with a good rubbing compound and boy did it work .......try it ok ..........pete
     
  10. mudseeker

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    yeah all the dirt flying at you at 70 mph kinda acts like a huge sandblaster. i heard if you use real fine sand paper and a buffer it will smooth the plastic back out. the rubbing compound sounds like it might be easier.
     

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