Same here -- my truck has mid-70s 350/350, I put new heat, AC, stereo,
I rewired with an EZ-Wire kit ($165) and have plenty of extra
circuits/fuses for future projects, like the Lincoln power seats I'm
planning on putting in.
You can see my photo-diary of my wiring job at my site (link below my
Jim Nordwall wrote:
> I have installed fuses for radio, heater, turn signals, lighter,
> electric choke, horn, interior lights, wiper motor,
> and backup lights. I used circiut breakers for the headlights and the
> ignition circuit. I used a fuseable link in the wiring to the
> alternator. The fuses are sized close to what they feed so that if
> something goes wrong, the small fuse protecting that branch will fail
> and leave everything else functional.
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