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Unread 02-16-2008, 07:06 PM   #1
nickgbb
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1977 CJ5 
 
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New dash, now fuse block??

Hello all,

I bought a new dash on eBay with all the instruments still in it. Looks great, fit right on.

THEN, I get to the fuse block and realize the half that is connected to the dash wiring won't mate with the half on the other side of the firewall.

Is there a way to remedy this? I should've known something was wrong when everything was going too well.

I Google'd fuse blocks but I can only find one place that sells them and they don't have any prices listed. I still have the other dash too and was thinking about doing a bunch of wire splicing but I'm hoping for a less painful solution. By the way, this is a 77 CJ5.

Thanks for any input!

Nick

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