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Username Post: Fuse block power        (Topic#353415)
Victor elec 
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10-11-18 06:03 PM - Post#2748466    

No power at parts of fuse block. Are there fuse links that power the sections of fuse block. If so where would they be located



 
redvett01 
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10-12-18 10:51 AM - Post#2748517    
    In response to Victor elec

And your model and year would help.

K1500 04 Silverado EXT


 
Victor elec 
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10-12-18 01:15 PM - Post#2748524    
    In response to redvett01

Sorry in a rush when I posted. This for an 03 Silverado 1500 5.3 4X4



 
george88gta 
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10-12-18 02:34 PM - Post#2748528    
    In response to Victor elec

A quick look at the diagrams indicates that there is only one B+ input ( large red wire left, side of the block )to the underhood fuse block. Most of the connectors remove power from the block and transmit it to the various circuits. If you are really missing power to some sections of the block, you may have an internal failure ( very unlikely). Will look further, maybe someone else has better info.



 
wagonman100 
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10-13-18 08:17 AM - Post#2748564    
    In response to george88gta

I am assuming you are taking about circuits with fuses in them or that should have power but you have none. Not all vehicles have the same options and therefore have empty circuits in the box. Also some circuits only get power with the key turned on.

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2plus2 
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10-13-18 11:34 AM - Post#2748579    
    In response to wagonman100

This
And there can be a bigger fuse feeding a few smaller fuses

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Victor elec 
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10-19-18 09:53 AM - Post#2749057    
    In response to wagonman100

Thanks for your reply! So these fuses in question are labeled for certain components which have not lost power i.e. turn signal etc and these fuses were checked w truck running,and is the cab fuse block sorry for leaving important details out. Thanks you.



 
george88gta 
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10-20-18 07:35 AM - Post#2749112    
    In response to Victor elec

OK, lets try this approach. Tell me one or two circuits that arent working and I will look up the wiring diagrams. I should be able to attach the drawings to a post. Several of the dash left side fuse block circuits are fed thru connector 201, which feeds from the underhood block to the left side dash block. Most only work with the key in the "on" position.



 
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