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1994 2.2l s10 fuse box panel missing

1994 2.2l s10 fuse box panel picture - have wiring/fuse problems and no cover available - a pic would be a great help - thanks

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Cant give you dia ,,but get a test light,,its cheep,,& prob each one ,,

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