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question about fuse block

Discussion in 'Chevy Suburban Forum (GMC Yukon XL)' started by scgamer_99, Apr 11, 2009.

  1. scgamer_99

    scgamer_99 Rockstar

    i have been looking everything over in my truck because i am planning a trip so while i was checking fuse's and such i had out the chilton just making sure the correct fuse is where they are supposed to be when i got to wondering what are the aux a and aux b hooked up to? the chilton doesn't even mention them any ideas? beacuse they are supposed to have 30 fuse's in them but aux b has a 20

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  2. KidHauler

    KidHauler Epic Member 5+ Years 500 Posts

    Aux A and Aux B are auxilary battery power hook-ups. On mine, Aux A feeds my e-lights, Aux B feeds the trailer brake.

    Look at your diagram - the posts above the fuses you circled are the corresponding outputs. (toward the firewall when you look in the truck) These give you a good solid connection for bigger power draw equipment.

    Hopes this helps,
  3. scgamer_99

    scgamer_99 Rockstar

    ah i see so this would probably be the towing power line then? i do have a tow hitch under the truck never used it though, good to know just in case i do tow though thanxs for the help
  4. meash20

    meash20 Rockstar

    what year, and model... you may want to add that to your signature for future reference...
  5. scgamer_99

    scgamer_99 Rockstar

    ah soory bout that
    95 k2500 sle gmc
  6. Springthing

    Springthing Epic Member 5+ Years 1000 Posts

    I just added some lights to my Suburban and used both of those Aux spots. Seems to be working fine - go nuts!

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