88' Monte Carlo Fuse Box?

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slowestmonte

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Does anyone happen to have a diagram of a fuse box for an 88 Monte Carlo ls INCLUDING what is normally wired to the ignition ports on the left side of the fuse box?
 
Jeff L

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Got this diagram of an 87 off the Internet and it should be similar. Hope it helps.
 
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pontiacgp

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on the left side you'll find the harness connector for the rear lights,
 
ed1948

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Picture's worth a hundred words - 86 MCSS for reference
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slowestmonte

slowestmonte

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These pictures do help some, but what I really need to know is what these two ignition ports on the left side are normally connected to.
 

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Jeff L

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If I remember right that connector on the left, the c209 on the diagram I posted has mostly the wires that go to the back of the car and has the fuel gauge integrated in it. I am just guessing but it might be for rear lights, backup lights, any wires to the gas tank?
 
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According to my manual the pink/black wires are >trunk release and >rear defogger.
Let us know if this helps.
I'm guessing the position does not matter because, I think, it's a 12V switched source -ign on = 12V
 
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Jeff L

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According to my manual the pink/black wires are >trunk release and >rear defogger.
Let us know if this helps.
I'm guessing the position does not matter because, I think, it's a 12V switched source -ign on = 12V
I was just going to post this. I found some diagrams on the Internet and some cars had cruise control also in that position where the pink wires are.

I guess the best way to find out what they are is unhook one and see what does not work? I use to do that on a few cars we bought because of the previous owner hacking the electrical system and only way was to unhook ans see what happens. These were pre computer cars.
 
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