LPS 1968 CHEVELLE FUSE BOX
LPS terminal of fuse block | NastyZ28
Jan 20, 2012Here is a fuse box similar to the one on my 74 Camaros. The terminal where the red wire is connected is labeled as LPS. LPS terminal of fuse block Discussion in 'Electrical Systems' started by siberbunak, Jan 20, 2012. Jan 20, 2012 #1 The fuse block in the pic shows "INST LPS" which means Instrument (gauge cluster) Lamps (lights).
NEED HELP PLEASE "Fuse Block 1968" - Camaros
Jan 10, 2006The clock and lighter are on the same fuse circuit. Check the hot wire going to the lighter and make sure it's not grounded somewhere on the metal dash. As for the terminals not having voltage, I would pull the fuse panel, and check the back of the panel and see if you have voltage on that side of it. Two small screws on it on.
1966 1967 Chevelle Fuse Block Replacement on OEM Wiring
Apr 20, 2017This is a video I created showing how I replaced the firewall half of my fuse block for the engine and front harness connectors. 1966 1967 Chevelle Fuse
What does the INST LPS fuse go to? - Maintenance and
Aug 26, 2005What does the INST LPS fuse go to? - Maintenance and Repair Forum. Forum Post / Reply I used the multi-meter on my fuse box and my INST LPS had no read. What does the INST LPS fuse belong to and soes no read mean that there is a short somewhere?? This might be what is causing my battery to drain. Re: What does the INST LPS fuse go to
No power at the fuse box! | NastyZ28
Feb 06, 2010Now that i had perfect lights all the way around,my dad pushed in on a turn signal bulb with the lights on and cut out the power to the whole car!I checked for power at the PWR terminal on the fuse box.ING,fuse is fine but the prongs have no power to them PLZ!