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Date:         Thu, 13 Jul 2006 09:27:35 -0400
Reply-To:     Mike Collum <collum@VERIZON.NET>
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From:         Mike Collum <collum@VERIZON.NET>
Subject:      Re: 84 westy - how to stop clock battery drain?
Comments: To: karen d <yosemite333@HOTMAIL.COM>
In-Reply-To:  <BAY109-F772C96AE798D2E30088DAE96E0@phx.gbl>
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My '84 has the analog clock and it's fused with the interior lights, cigarette lighter, and stoplights (fuse #8).

Fuse # Amperage Identification 1 ...... 8 Amp (White) Left Tail, Parking & Side Marker Lights 2 ...... 8 Amp (White) Right Tail Parking, Side Marker & License Lights 3 ...... 8 Amp (White) Left Low Beam 4 ...... 8 Amp (White) Right Low Beam 5 ...... 8 Amp (White) Left High Beam & Indicator Light 6 ...... 8 Amp (White) Right High Beam 7 ...... 16 Amp (Red) Radiator Fan 8 ...... 8 Amp (White) Interior Lights, Cigarette Lighter, Stoplights 9 ...... 16 Amp (Red) Emergency Flasher System, Radio 10 .. .. 16 Amp (Red) Windshield Wiper/Washer, Blower 11 .. .. 8 Amp (White) Turn Signals 12 ..... 8 Amp (White) Horn, Back-Up Lights


karen d wrote: > I know a clock doesn't have much battery drain but is there a way to > stop my > clock's not the digital version. Is there a fuse that I can remove > or does the fuse also cover other things? Thianks >

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