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ATC fuse

Postby chevellemark [OP] » Feb 22 2011, 2:27pm

Hi, I have ATC 20 amp fuse in my fuse block under the hood on my 99Z1. Does anyone know what it's for?
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Re: ATC fuse

Postby Alphatonic » Feb 22 2011, 2:53pm

Here is a under the hood fuse block diagram for a 99 silverado:
download/chevrolet/silverado/owners_manual/1999_chevrolet_silverado_owners.pdf
Hope it helps
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Re: ATC fuse

Postby Alphatonic » Feb 22 2011, 2:57pm

Almost forgot, Its in section 6-70
1994 Silverado K/1500 Z71
155,000m
5.7L
Automatic
Off Road/Tow Package
Previously owned by a very clean Hack-Mechanic

All automobiles are pieces of ****. Chevy's are just the ones worth fixing:)
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Re: ATC fuse

Postby chevellemark [OP] » Feb 23 2011, 6:53pm

That disables the transfer case but will it also disable the front axel actuator? That's what i'm trying to do. I know i can unplug the wire from the actuator, but it would be easier to just pull a fuse. I don't like laying on the ground this time of year. ;)
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