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Where is my starter fuse for an 1988 chevy silverado 1500. 2Wd

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If you have one at all it will be an in line fuse and if that is the case you will need to replace the wire itself with a new one that has a in line fuse in it. The fuse panel would be the only other place but it is just for power for the circuit.

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I hope this helps a little, you said the fuse box panel is gone....so how do you know some fuses are missing?

I just bought a 1988 silverado also, the wipers ,power windows and windshield washer fluid only work "when they want to" I think I have a bad ground somewhere.

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SOURCE: which fuse it for the power locks on my 1988 chevy

I believe they are on a circuit breaker. I dont have a wiring diagram here at home. But usually windows and locks are on a circuit breaker.

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SOURCE: my 1988 chevy silverado blows the heater/ac fuse when engaging 4w

There is an electric actuator on the front axle that engages 4WD. This part commonly fails resulting in no 4WD. Unhook the electrical connector to this part and see if heater still blows fuses. If It does not blow the fuse, the problem is in the actuator. If it still blows the fuse then it could be in the wiring. Buy a repair manual and trace the wiring schematics.

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Those values and most everything else you need for DIY work are contained in the Haynes manual for your vehicle. We have one with each of our vehicles and not only give you the info needed to do repairs yourself but also get an idea of how much work a specific repair should (or shouldn't) cost.
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You can also buy these from auto parts stores for a few dollars less and sometimes on eBay for even less.

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Hello, my name is Ben. Your starter is down low on the passenger side of the truck, at the right rear of the engine. If you get under the truck on the passenger side and look up, you will see it.

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I hope this helps a little, you said the fuse box panel is gone....so how do you know some fuses are missing?

I just bought a 1988 silverado also, the wipers ,power windows and windshield washer fluid only work "when they want to" I think I have a bad ground somewhere.

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