The diagrams of relay, and fuse blocks of the AMC Gremlin (1970 – 1978), the location, purpose, and description of all blocks in the car are presented.
Diagrams shown for cars 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978 models.
Fuses block Type 1 (1970 – 1978)
|1||9||Dome light, cargo, courtesy, clock, glove box, and trunk light|
|2||14||Tail, park and instrument lights, light switch, windshield wiper, heater, cigar lighter, clock, license light, transmission, air conditioning thermostat, radio, tachometer, ash tray light, seat belt module and key buzzer|
|3||20||Stop light and hazard warning flasher|
|4||20||Turn signal, back-up lights and accessories|
Fuses block Type 2 (1970 – 1978)
|1||10||Parking lights, key/headlights warning buzzer|
|2||15||Stop light and hazard warning|
|7||25||Heater/blower motor, A/C clutch|
|8||15||Radio, cigar lighter|
|9||15||Turn signals, backup lights, windshield washers|
|10||5||Gauges, seat belt warning|
|11||30||Power door lock, power windows circuit breaker|
|12||25||Heated rear window|
Circuit Breaker (1970 – 1978)
May Be Useful:
The purpose, and pinout elements in AMC Gremlin (1970 – 1978) may vary depending on the configuration, model, and year of manufacture, and if some electrical device in your car has stopped working, then the cause may be a blown fuse that must be replaced to solve the problem.