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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 07-16-2019, 06:59 PM Thread Starter
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fuse block wiring question

hey all. on the rhino 2009 700 wiring diagram it shows 12v dc going from the battery to the fuse block to 3 individual fuses. On my rhino i only have 1 12 v wire going to the ignition fuse and nothing to the back up fuse or the radiator fan motor fuse. I dont see any wires laying around anywhere but in the back of the fuses it seems corroded like there was wires at some point. is there an internal bus that connects the 3 12v dc wires together or am i missing something? essentially i have a fuse block with 6 fuse spots and 3 wires going to 3 locations. 1 12v dc wire and 2 12v switched dc wires. i feel like like im missing something. any help would be appreciated.
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I have an 09 700 i can get u pics tomarrow i work nights
Can u post a pic of urs so i know exactly what to take pics of

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ok that would be awesome. Im having the issue where a bunch of stuff got wet and corroded and now my screen lights up but doesn't display any writing. when i run a hot wire from the battery to the fuse that runs the display it lights up. Currently my rhino cranks over but doesnt start so i havent got to that issue yet but i assume it has something to do with the other fuse location not having power either.
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Ok, post up pics and ill do it when i get home in morn


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What is that first pic


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Nevermind i get it now. Ill take pics of my fuse block when i get home
But i also run a painless fuseblock for all my accessories and everything is grounded to the frame

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I may be doing that as well. I haven’t done any wiring to this yet but it doesn’t look like it’s been done well with what’s been done to it so far.
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Last pic the wire comming out the top of fuseblock goes over to my painless fuseblock


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hmm you only have 3 wires coming out of the bottom of the fuse block aswell. I wonder if it internally connects the fuses with 12 v dc and my connections are just corroded. Im tempted to just replace the stock fuse box with an aftermarket one. Just doesnt make sense to me to have a fuse with only the load side wire coming out and nothing in the line side. It definitely lights up the screen when i put 12v to the line side of that fuse.
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If u dont have a manual i can dig into mine and send u pics of the schematic of that fuseblock


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I have the service manual with the wiring diagram that shows a wire going into each fuse spot. Or that’s what it looks like anyways. They could be internally connected but the diagram doesn’t show that
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U can allways check for continuity between the contacts after removing fuses to confirm they are wired the way ur thinking


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I will have to do that for sure. Waiting on the new terminals for the bottom of the fuse block. They were all corroded.
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