Many PDF versions of 22P are missing several sections. You need to check a real GM copy.
Even then numbers change or are discontinued.
hotrod link shows parts etc. How does it matter here?
|Originally posted by fierosound:|
Junction Blocks - later GMs used these styles
Of course, they've pretty much eliminated these power junction blocks and fusible links,
by using Underhood Fuse/Relay boxes usually located right next to the battery.
Source for One stud example? Because 1 stud and many ends on it as show above can cause problems. Above Pic looks more like some DIY did that w/ new links. Is a reason Fiero has 2 studs etc. The 5 studs have only 2-3 ends to each stud too. In general, Screw/Stud terminals only get One or Two ends per terminal no matter the size, volt/amp used, etc.
The Ground w/ 1 Bolt (right of relay) in 5 stud is bad too. 7 ends to 1 bolt should be split into 3 - 4 ground close to whatever devise(s).
Not quite. Many cars still have Fusible Links and
Maxi/Mega and other Fuses under the hood.
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