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Old 03-24-2004, 01:10 PM   #1
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Default 1996 Legacy fuse box layout

I own a 1996 Legacy GT that happens to be missing the cover for the interior fuse box. So I have no idea what's what in there. Would anyone know where I could find the layout for it, or would anyone be kind enough to take a picture of the interior fuse box layout on their Legacy?

The reason I ask is because I'm looking at putting a ham radio in my car. I'd like to make sure that the power outlet is on a fuse greater than ten amps, because my radio pulls a max. of 11 amps. The power outlet puts out plenty of voltage (I measured it at about 14.4 volts with the car running), and I'd like to explore this option before diving into a project to directly wire the radio to the battery.
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Old 03-24-2004, 05:59 PM   #2
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Here's one from my '97. I don't know if the '96 is different. Ignore the red wire and the terminal- that's an add-on I did for some CB radio power.

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And here's the cover:
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Oh, if you do decide to go direct to the box, that slot where I put the 7.5A fuse and the terminal is unswitched power- always on. I had meant to wire it to a switched fuse, but I forgot to test it, then I just got lazy and didn't bother to re-do it

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Very nice, thanks. Slow reply I know, for some reason I wasn't e-mailed.

I guess the power outlet is the one marked "cigar/mirror". 20 amps will work nicely.
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Old 03-26-2004, 02:18 PM   #6
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I went out and took a look at my fuse box, they're pretty much the same with a couple of differences. The fuse blocks that are marked as empty have fuses in mine, and the radio is on a ten amp fuse where it says a 15 amp fuse should be.
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