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Username Post: 1963 Bel Air Fuse Block Replacement        (Topic#364843)
invader138 
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Loc: Fort Worth, TX
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04-06-21 08:14 PM - Post#2817619    

Anyone know where I can get a replacement fuse block for my 1963 Bel Air 4 door? I've been looking online for a couple hours and can't seem to locate one

[image]http://imgur.com/a/6hCrbFW[/image]


-Josh


 


pvs409 
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04-06-21 09:20 PM - Post#2817620    
    In response to invader138

I assume you are talking about the fuse box under the dash and the under dash wiring harness attached to it.

All 63 Chevys have a factory underdash harness that includes the fusebox. The fusebox is "not" sold separately. It would be extremely hard to replace just the fuse box.

You have to buy a original factory style Underdash wiring harness from American Auto Wire. Do not buy the classic update kit from them, buy an original underdash harness

https://www.americanautowire.com/

This might be the right one from Cars Inc in Michigan-but the transmission & model of the car makes a difference

https://www.americanautowire.com/

Paul


57 BelairHT 283/270hp 4 spd
62 ImpHT 327/300 4 spd
62 Imp CV SS 327/300HP 700R4 (sold)
62 Imp HT SS 409/482 stroker 4 spd
62 Imp SS 409 - 5 spd Convertible
http://paulstensland.com


 
beagrizzly 
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04-08-21 07:20 AM - Post#2817694    
    In response to pvs409

I would buy direct from American Autowire. Donny is a great guy, and is never too busy to get on the phone if you have a problem.

I have had him on the phone a couple of times, and he has so much knowledge stored in that brain of his it's amazing.

You won't get that advice from Cars Inc.

I'm just saying.

Griff

if you're gonna be a bear..................

1960 Biscayne (the 6T)
2005 Yukon XL
2007 GMC Sierra Classic 8.1
2009 Silverado
2011 Escalade ESV


 
pvs409 
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04-08-21 11:39 AM - Post#2817709    
    In response to beagrizzly

Griff is right about Donny at American Autowire

Paul

57 BelairHT 283/270hp 4 spd
62 ImpHT 327/300 4 spd
62 Imp CV SS 327/300HP 700R4 (sold)
62 Imp HT SS 409/482 stroker 4 spd
62 Imp SS 409 - 5 spd Convertible
http://paulstensland.com


 
dcairns 
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Loc: Orange CA
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04-08-21 03:35 PM - Post#2817720    
    In response to pvs409

I had great support form American Autowire as well and can highly recommend them.

The back side of the fuse block plugs into the wiring block on the other side of the firewall and often the connectors in between often get corroded or lose their spring tension resulting in problems. So it might be a good idea to do both sides.

- Dave
1964 Impala 4-door sedan



 
invader138 
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Loc: Fort Worth, TX
Reg: 12-12-14
04-10-21 02:32 PM - Post#2817819    
    In response to invader138

Thank you everyone!! I went through all of extra parts today and organized. I actually bought all my wiring from American Auto Wiring when I swapped it before! I'll definitely be going back to them if I need to replace anything. They were very helpful

I am doing a full check on the wiring tomorrow to see where the failure is. I'll let you guys know what I find out


-Josh


 


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