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Old 01-27-2019, 10:23 AM   #1
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Wiring Diagram Know how Fuse Box

Does anyone have a 2002 Corbeil Chevy 3500 6.5 Diesel Wiring Diagram for the Fuse Box/ Control Panel Above the Driver seat that runs the shuttle part of the bus? Have issues disconnecting the solenoid and keeping the tail lights running,
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Old 01-27-2019, 12:56 PM   #2
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Why are you disconnecting that solenoid anyway?
Tailights come on with the headlight switch normally but fused separately from headlights. I assume that solenoid is fed directly from the batteries. You should have a lot more than no tailights happening if you are disconnecting it.

I would do some testing of the headlight switch for power. Normally 2 circuits at the switch both hot and pulling the switch out turns the lights on.
No diagram so good luck.


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Old 01-27-2019, 03:42 PM   #3
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Thanks here's a pic of what I am working with. The solenoid pos/neg has been disconnected. Any ideas.
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Here's is the pic
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Thanks for the pic, meant to ask but forgot.


What I see is that fuse block directly below the solenoid. No power to it. Should be fed from the solenoid I would think.

There is another wire behind the black one. That too should be on the solenoid.
The blue and white, no clue, you'll need to trace both.


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Thanks for that... I am trying to remove that fuse box/ control panel by disconnecting the solenoid to re-route the auxiliary switches like the fan, rear dome lights, etc that are on that panel to the Chevy van fuse box. Basically by-pass it. Any suggestions? Can that fuse box/panel be by-passed?
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Does anyone have a 2002 Corbeil Chevy 3500 6.5 Diesel Wiring Diagram for the Fuse Box/ Control Panel Above the Driver seat that runs the shuttle part of the bus? Have issues disconnecting the solenoid and keeping the tail lights running,
I got some wiring diagrams from Collins. They're saved to my Dropbox. Link in this thread I started.
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