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Old April 11th, 2013, 11:08 AM
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Looking for a ROW fuse box diagram

Looking for a ROW fuse box diagram. I know my other trucks always had a sticker that indicated what each fuse was linked to. Can anybody snap a picture of their fuse box sticker or diagram for me? Thanks!

I have the glass fuses and the box is located just forward of my '97 auto shifter, so, the fuse box might be the same as a '97 NAS fuse box. Not sure though.
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Will send a pic this eve when I get home if you still need.....
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This looks like what I'm looking for. Hope this helps others out. Thanks!
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This looks like what I'm looking for. Hope this helps others out. Thanks!
Which one of these fuses is for the license plate lights?
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left hand side light (5a) on mine
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Really depends upon the year and model, SW etc. They made many different looms for the same year not to mention different years and the fuse panels could be different. The only way to be sure is to test everything out and trace the wire colors.
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Really depends upon the year and model, SW etc. They made many different looms for the same year not to mention different years and the fuse panels could be different. The only way to be sure is to test everything out and trace the wire colors.
Were the MOD early defenders the same?
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It is going to be one of the 5a tail light fuses. If your tail markers DON'T work start pulling till you find one burned. If they are all good you need to start tracing the red/orange wire back to where it tap into the left rear marker light according to my MOD schematics. They are all together behind where the plate light bolts onto the body. Also check that you have a good ground off of the black lead.
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Were the MOD early defenders the same?
No, you they different versions. You also had some MOD trucks that were either regular ROW, British specific or MOD specific.
As stated above you can start tracing the wiring. On the light circuit you have it in the switch, hazard switch, front loom and chassis loom. If it had the center dash light control switch it has it there also. The headlights could have a different fuse, LH and RH, as the running and turn, brake lights. If you loosen the fuse panel you can get a good look at the back side and the wiring colors. It will help you label a few of the fuses for a good start.
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Would it help if OP posted details of his truck. The variations in spec are enormous.
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It is going to be one of the 5a tail light fuses. If your tail markers DON'T work start pulling till you find one burned. If they are all good you need to start tracing the red/orange wire back to where it tap into the left rear marker light according to my MOD schematics. They are all together behind where the plate light bolts onto the body. Also check that you have a good ground off of the black lead.
Thanks. That license plate wiring is really not very secure. Once I change the fuse, I think a dollop of solder would be better to hold those wires to the connections on the plate light bracket IMO
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It is going to be one of the 5a tail light fuses. If your tail markers DON'T work start pulling till you find one burned. If they are all good you need to start tracing the red/orange wire back to where it tap into the left rear marker light according to my MOD schematics. They are all together behind where the plate light bolts onto the body. Also check that you have a good ground off of the black lead.

HUGELY helpful Dave, thanks a ton!
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