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Where would find the in line fuse for ignition on 1993 lumina

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I don't really see one other then a fuse but have given you a wring diagram from your iginition switch if that's what you are atlking about. If you need any other wiring diagrams bacause that's the wrong one, feel free to email me at csautomotivecars@att.net with what you need and I have most of the diagrams for your vehicle and will be happy to email you what you need if I have it. Don't worry, no cost. Here's the picture of the diagram from your ignition switch. I hope this helps and good luck.


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