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Inside the fuse block I found a big blob of half melted solder - an attempt to repair the connection of the "black with green stripe" ACC wire to the fuse block. Only the solder flux was holding it together. So what now? This thing doesn't look like its fixable and I can't find a fuse block separate from the incredibly expensive underdash wiring harness in any of my catalogs.


67 coupe, I6/200, and a C4
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How about bypassing that circuit with an in-line fuse holder?
Or are you having a problem with more than one circuit?

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1983 Monte Carlo Conv.
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I know its a bear to work under the dash but did you try to pop out the terminal so you have access to do a proper solder job?

Mark Memmer
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Ok, I looked at my 70 fuse block and if you remove the the clip on the through bolt that holds the connector that passes through the firewall you should be able to access the wireson the back side of the fuse box. Of course this is assuming that the 67 fuse box is the same or similar to a 69/70.
Good Luck

Mark Memmer
70 Calypso Coral Mach 1 351C 4V Completed by 8/01
98 Cobra Convertible
93 5.0 Mustang LX (Winter Ride)
00 Volvo S80 (Wifes Ride)
 
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