I JUST BOUGHT A 88 CHEVY SILVERADO AND THE FUSE BOX PANEL IS GONE AND SOME FUSES ARE MISSING SO I HAVE NO IDEA WHAT GOES WHERE.IS THERE ANYWAY I COULD GET A DIAGRAM OF THE FUSE BOX?I HAVE NO MONEY RIGHT NOW TO PAY FOR ONE.
I have recently bought 1996 chevrolet sivlerado 1500 and motor was bad so i replaced it and started to crank it and all the fuses where gone dont have any money for a manual o r nothing !! can you please show me a diagram where all the fuses go ?
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If you have your owner's manual, look for APO fuse (auxiliary power outlet). If no manual look at the underwood fuse box cover, it lists all fuses, and the left side dash panel fuse cover. Chevy calls them APO now.
there are like 3 for a 2000 chevy silverado. 1 on left side of dash accessible only when door is open. 2 on right side of dash, not sure those fuses are applicable to you tho, and 3 under hood beneath a plastic cover that you snap off by pulling on.
Check your fuse box for a bad connection or loose fuse. if all fuses are tightly in fuse box I would suspect a wire on back side of fuse box having a loose connection if this was helpful please leave me a good review
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.