1975-1980 Chevrolet Monza Fuse Box Diagram
|3||20||Clock light, dome light, lighter light, glove box light, key warning buzzer|
|4||20||Tail light, side marker light, license light|
|5||20||Stop lights and hazard flasher|
|6||4||Instrument panel, radio, heater, windshield wiper, cigar lighter lights|
|7||25||Heater and air conditioner|
|8||20||Turn signals, fuel gauge and temperature gauge, warning lights, seat belt warning, tachometer, backup lights, oil/choke light|
|9||1||Electric fuel pump|
|11||25||Windshield wiper and washer pump|
Headlights — Circuit breaker is integral with headlight switch to protect headlight circuit
Windshield Wiper — Circuit breaker integral with windshield wiper switch to protect wiper circuit
Power Seats, Power Windows & Power Door Locks — Circuit breaker is attached to firewall to protect electric motors
Fusible links are located in the engine compartment. Gauge size is marked on insulation and color matches wire being fused. Fusible links should always be four gauge sizes smaller than wire being fused
The links are:
Molded splice at starter solenoid "BAT" terminal, 14 gauge red wire.
A 16 gauge red fusible link is located at junction block to protect all unfused wiring of 12 gauge or larger.
The ammeter circuit is protected by 2 red 20 gauge wire links installed as molded splices at the junction block.