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Username Post: Fuse box alternative location
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11-08-18 12:10 PM - Post#2750779    
    In response to TR56210

The location of the fuse box will dictate what wiring harness you use and vise versa. If you use a harness designed for your car, the length of the wires will dictate where the box can be located.
I bought my first tri-5 in 1957 and drove it till 1968 with about 200,000 miles on it and never knew where the fuse block was. I never replaced a fuse in it. My 57 has been on the road 7 years and hasn't blown a fuse yet, so it's something you normally don't do that often.
66 Corvair (driving)
57 2dr HT (driving)
56 2dr HT (waiting to be restored)

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