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......On the reassembly side, I've been slowly working out the hiccups with the wiring harness and accessories. Some of the issues that I sorted out so far:....I'm still trying to get the emergency flasher system flashing consistently. Not sure if the main issue is perhaps with the small 6A -12V battery charger than I'm using? I didn't want to go with the full battery power/current flows till everything is connected and grounded so I'm plodding along a little bit each day.
Hello to all....well with the Christmas holiday now passed, it's time to get back to it! I finally resolved the issue with the emergency flasher system....and it was as I suspected....there wasn't enough power supplied to the flasher relay by the battery charger alone. So when I connected a proper car battery to the circuit...voila! flashers work as intended.

The next task at hand is to refit the dashboard, dashlights etc. I have encountered one hiccup though......and would like some help on this. Namely, the 1969 US model has a small auxiliary fusebox that houses the fuel pump and fog light fuses. I do not have any photographs showing how and where this unit is mounted under the dashboard...can someone post a photo of it in it's correct position? Is there a separate bracket for it like the emergency flasher switch?


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Rossano, on my spider, it is mounted right next to the larger fuse box. Look and see if the bracket has an additional threaded hole. That fuel pump fuse box is help on with a single machine screw....at least on my Spider.

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Look at post #29 of my old thread, selling my Dad's 69 USA GTV.
http://www.alfabb.com/bb/forums/gt-1...usa-worth.html

http://www.alfabb.com/bb/forums/alfa-romeo-club-canada-toronto-chapter/149533-alfa-parts-garage-sale.html
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post #1369 of 1592 (permalink) Old 12-28-2017, 05:18 PM Thread Starter
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Osso,

but how is it mounted exactly? Any photos in your thread perhaps?

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that photo doesn't really show me the auxiliary fuse box in question....see below.



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It's mounted with a machine screw through the hole in the center. I can email some pictures. I'll look through my old pictures and see what I have.

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Here are a couple of my "file" pictures. The fuse box is on the driver's side on the GTV and Berlina. On the spider, the fuse box is on the passenger side.

A single machine screw holds the fuse box on. I'm not sure of the size, but my guess is an M4, slotted cheese head or phillips panhead.
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... Namely, the 1969 US model has a small auxiliary fusebox that houses the fuel pump and fog light fuses. I do not have any photographs showing how and where this unit is mounted under the dashboard...can someone post a photo of it in it's correct position? Is there a separate bracket for it like the emergency flasher switch?
Here is a photo showing the aux fuse box position on my '73 115.01 (US Spec) GTV. I assume it would be the same for your '69.
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I'm pretty sure it's a allen head machine screw and the bracket is threaded. Fuel pump and fog lights are the two fused circuits. M4 sounds about right.

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Here are a couple of my "file" pictures. The fuse box is on the driver's side on the GTV and Berlina. On the spider, the fuse box is on the passenger side. A single machine screw holds the fuse box on. I'm not sure of the size, but my guess is an M4, slotted cheese head or phillips panhead.
The spider arrangement is definitely not the same as the GTV. Thanks none the less Osso...I do appreciate the effort.

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Here is a photo showing the aux fuse box position on my '73 115.01 (US Spec) GTV. I assume it would be the same for your '69.
Yes it's slightly different for the 69. The space where your bracket for the Aux fusebox is mounted, is occupied by the mounting bracket for the flasher switch on the 69's....this would imply that the aux fuse is mounted in some other area....I believe.

Could someone with a 1969 GTV (US model) post up a photo of theirs?


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Mine was mounted to one of the holes on the left side of the steering column mount. It's hard to see in this photo, but one of the white fuses is visible behind the right mounting screw for the large fusebox.


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Mine was mounted to one of the holes on the left side of the steering column mount. It's hard to see in this photo, but one of the white fuses is visible behind the right mounting screw for the large fusebox.
Ahhh. So it was just secured to the steering column support structure...no bracket eh. I do recall seeing a small hole hole there already......didn't think it would be in such a hard to access location. I'll have to give it a shot and see how visible/accessible this location ends up being.

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Although after further reviewing the photo Bellagt posted....it seems to be mounted to the side support bracket for the dash and this should be behind the emerg flasher switch bracket. I think this might be the better place after all.


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Mine was mounted to one of the holes on the left side of the steering column mount. It's hard to see in this photo, but one of the white fuses is visible behind the right mounting screw for the large fusebox.
Imagine a dark wet night and having to check and/or replace that fuse ... no wonder mechanics like my father dislike Alfa Romeos
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Rossano, The mounting hardware is a Philips Head machine screw with a nut on the backside of the bracket... at least that is how mine is mounted.
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Thanks for the tips and input gents. I decided to mount the aux fusebox adjacent to main fuse box for visibility and ease of access. I had to relocate the toggle switch further outboard to make room for it though. I fabricated a mounting bracket for the aux fuse box and mounted both to the dashboard support bracket on the body. All in all it was good way to end the year 2017!

Happy New Year 2018 to all....!
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