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Old 04-24-2018, 08:37 PM
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76 280c mini fuseboxes in firewall area

looking underhood in firewall area . theres three fuseboxes mounted near firewall passanger side . and another one simuliar mounted on drivers side behind main fuse box any ideas where these lead too
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Old 04-25-2018, 11:37 AM
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looking underhood in firewall area . theres three fuseboxes mounted near firewall passanger side . and another one simuliar mounted on drivers side behind main fuse box any ideas where these lead too
There should be a legend on the cover of the longer fuse box located on the driver's side. If there isn't a legend, check out my pic.
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Old 04-25-2018, 09:40 PM
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There should be a legend on the cover of the longer fuse box located on the driver's side. If there isn't a legend, check out my pic.
read wiring diagram for 76 280c on firewall area left fender f20 =16 amp fuse for aux fan f19 16 mpfuse for rear windows behind rear seat rt side some other vechiles w/ sun roof same area f 22 5 mp fuse sc clutch f21 8 amp foramp fuse for ac blower f17 and 18 power windows f 17 .18 . 22.and 21 fuse block on rt side firewall near ac drier three black boxes look like relays be nice if benz had listed like in ownermanual or fuse chart like in pic
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A/C and electric windows were an American fetish. Rare for a European car to have those options. Considering American cars of that era were probably only about 10% of European auto sales it only stands to reason those items were not listed in the "original" manuals.
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