HOT ROD FUSE BOX
Hot Rods - Neat little fuse panel for your hotrod. | The H
Hot Rods Neat little fuse panel for your hotrod. Here's how not to wire a hot rod. There's a locking type connector the pushes thru the box and locks in place. It's a specialty crimp with a rubber plug that seals it up from the back. 31Vicky with a hemi, Sep 18, 2014.
Fuse Panel, Ignition Switches, Etc.. How to Wire Stuff Up
Now, to wire up your fuse panel, look at the following diagram. Note that only one wire power wire can run a few circuits on the fuse panel. You use jumper wires. Some aftermarket ones come with them, and others you just make your own. Now, for a simple system with basic accessories and a newer switch, here's a good way to get wired up:
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5 Tips on Wiring your Hot rod - by StreetRodding
Now mount the fuse box and run the sections that you just split to the front, rear and interior of the Hot Rod. Once you have this done now you can start wiring the Hot Rod. I usually start with the engine compartment. You will see once you get started that there are very few wires that control the engine functions.
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Wiring your Hot Rod | Build Tips | Jeff Lilly Restorations
e like to use this black corrugated conduit for protection on the wires while pulling them through the panels. Luie simply folds back the edge and feeds the conduit on to the wire, note the electrical tape on the end of the wires as this keeps them from hanging up on an edge and is also used for a pull wire or rope to attach to when working the wires through the openings.