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Has any one used a GL1200 fuse box to replace the GL1100?
I want to replace the 1100 and thought maybe the 1200 wires would be similar in color to the 1100.


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I think McGovern did it ..but there is quite a difference in the two systems ...many relays in the 1200 system ....I'd say it's an upgrade in most people thinking

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I used a 1200 fuse box to replace the one on my 1100. It has blade fuses but no relays, so maybe it is from earlier models? It's been awhile since I made the switch so I don't quite remember about the wire color compatibility. I spliced it in and it has been working great! Gained a couple of circuits as well as I recall.

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Hmmm maybe the relays are not connected to fuse box system ...I'm probably wrong with my post and mikes right

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I do remember reading though McGovern's thread and it does seem like his fuse box did have a number of relays associated with it. So maybe the difference is between fuel injected models and non-fuel injected ones?

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That is what I was hoping for. 1200 in a 1100. extra fuse for my add ons.

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The '84 1200 fuse box is the one you want Wes. I used an '86 SEi fuse/relay panel because I wanted to redistribute the load and use relays to help that process since I was also rebuilding the wire harness and adding more circuits.

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Will this work?
http://www.ebay.com/itm/84-87-HONDA-GOL ... 2749.l2649

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That looks just like the one I bought except for the sticker on the lid showing which circuits were which.

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That is the correct one!

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Will this work?
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Thanks for the link.
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Here is a rough schematic of how to use that fuse box and wire it into the 1100 harness:

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There are two extra fuses in the 1200 that are not in the 1100. There is a fuse for the fan and a fuse for the Ignition. You can either use those fuses for something else, or wire them in to match the 1200. The Blue/Orange wire that would bring power from the key to the fuse for the fan does not have an alternative in the 1100 wiring short of tapping into the Black wire.

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