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Author Topic: HPE dome lights (#10 fuse circuit)  (Read 1508 times)
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« on: July 14, 2016, 04:07:33 PM »

I'm trying to solve a mystery on why I'm blowing fuses and why my dome lights, or anything else on the #10 fuse circuit is not operating.  I have the correct wiring diagram for the 1977 North American HPE and attempting to locate the #113 junction (Six outlet junction block for four-outlet connector).  I did however find the four outlet connector under the battery.  This #113 junction has an azure wire that comes from the fuse box on one end and the other end are four pink wires that go off to both dome lights, the plug in socket under the dash and ignition on warning micro switch.  I think starting from the #113 junction might reveal the smoking gun.  It seems that it may be behind the glove box, but after removing all the screws, it doesnt want to come out unless I remove the dash. 

Has anyone had any experiences trying to locate this junction?
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1974 Ford Mustang II Ghia
1977 Lancia Beta HPE
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« Reply #1 on: July 16, 2016, 05:20:50 AM »

Update...I have located this junction point.  These junction groupings are mounted to a metal plate directly under the glove box.  I am currently isolating the other circuits and I do have a dome light now.  If the fault lies in the ignition buzzer circuit, I can do without the key buzzer.
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1968 Mercury Cougar XR7
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1974 Ford Mustang II Ghia
1977 Lancia Beta HPE
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