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Old 08-20-2008, 09:24 PM   #1
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Purple, Yellow, Pink...

I am doing some battery and converter/charger replacement work, Installing battery monitoring, and will replace the original 12V fuse panel in my '77 Argosy with a BLUE SEA SYSTEMS Maxi Fuse and ATO/ATC 6 position blade type fuse block.

I would really like to know what wires are responsible for what loads - checking the owners manual, I have find no labels for the purple, yellow, pink wires that feed off the 12V fuse panel.

Anybody have a detailed wiring diagram for a 1977 24 ft. Argosy? It would save me some electrical sleuthing.


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