TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL
circuit breaker which can be used to replace fuses on vehicles
equipped with a fuse, panel.
Figure 3 Fuse Panel with Fuse Replacement Type
Circuit Breakers Installed
Locations of circuit breaker panels on various model
vehicles are shown in this section.
A third type of protective device is the fusible link.
Fusible links are used to protect the wiring harness in the
event of a short in an unfused circuit.
The fusible link consists of a length of light gauge wire.
In case of a short or overload, the fusible link opens ("burns
out") to protect the rest of the circuit. Repair consists of
splicing a new fusible link into the circuit.
Locations of fusible links, where used, are shown on
the wiring circuit diagram covering the vehicle involved.
FUSE PANEL AND CIRCUIT BREAKER PANEL LOCATIONS
Illustrated below are locations of fuse panels or circuit
breaker panels on various vehicle models. Some heavy duty
vehicles are equipped with both a fuse panel and a circuit
Vehicles may have additional secondary or accessory
circuits not routed through the fuse or circuit breaker panel.
Such circuits are protected by "in line" fuses or remote
mounted circuit breakers in the current feed wiring. Refer to
vehicle circuit diagrams for fuse or circuit breaker locations.
The fuse panel on Scout II vehicles is located at the
lower edge of the instrument panel to the left of the steering
column as shown in
Figure 4 Figure 4 Fuse Panel Location Scout II
100, 150, 200, 500 Series and 1600 Thru 1850 Loadstar
These vehicles have the fuse panel located to the left of
compartment door (see Figure 5).
Figure 5 Fuse Panel Location 100, 150, 200, 500 and
1600 Thru 1850 Loadstar Vehicles
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