Well, Yesterday I tried and tried to get her to start but it was a no go. Just no spark. So, after walking off my frustrations in 105 degree for 3 miles to teh post office and back home, I sat down and started working on figuring out what should go where regarding the fuse box wiring and then figuring out how it should be if wired according to as should be, on the Blue Sea fuse boxes. Then the task of figuring out how I will wire it according not only to how it should be, but according to what she actually has and does not have installed inside her. Like, side markers have no wires, the interior lights I redid long ago with LED's, after-market gauges, no door buzzer or switches either. So these are what I made and will work off of to figure out how she actually is wired (some PO really messed with her wiring) And, these are printed up and will go into her Bentley's so there is a record of what's-what for future reference. ( Thanks to Bulli Klinik on thesamba for the Blue Sea picture, which I then labeled to meet my needs.) As I pondered on the wiring last night as trying to fall asleep, it came to me; the coil +/15 wire must be at issue in the broken fuse box, and not allowing her to get spark to start.
A picture of a non-broken stock 70 Bakelite Fuse Box. ^
Bulli Klinik's on thesamba for the Blue Sea picture, labeled to match the needs from the sock picture. ^
Bulli Klinik's on thesamba for the Blue Sea picture labeled to meet my buses needs. Here's to hoping it works! ^ ( Says How she is wired as I am hopeful this is true and will be after all the parts arrive, get it all set up and ready for wiring, and then installed and wires plugged in and then the waterproof covers on.
The Blue Hag
Just a crazy older gal, making ready for when my nest is empty and I can go see the world, camping and rest-stopping on the way to be able to live simply and afford ably..