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1985 camaro 2.8 efi fuse box

I think im missing a fuse in my fuse panel does anyone have a pic of the fuse box for a 85 chev camaro 2.8 efi

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As long as everything is working, don't worry about it. There will be blank fuse spots in your fuse panel. Those are for other options you may not have have, so there isn't any wiring to those spots.

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