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    Anyone have a 387 and know where the fuse box is?

    I need to replace the fuse for the cig lighter but cannot find the fuses. There is something there under the glove box but it only has 3 fuses and none are for the lighter.


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    what are you driving ?

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    Um a peterbilt 387 2007

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    It should be on drivers side by the clutch pedal. If not there, look in the owners manual, if it's in the truck. If not I would call Roadbreakdown, they should be able to tell you where it's at.

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    Peterbilt 387 cb fuse location

    Check under the passenger side bunk door. Stick your head in and look all the way toward the pass. seat. There are 2 inline fuses for the cig. lighter there. One is not used unless you have 2 lighters in your dash. Peterbilt mechanics couldn't find it. I located them out of flustration. Good Luck !

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockbuster View Post
    Check under the passenger side bunk door. Stick your head in and look all the way toward the pass. seat. There are 2 inline fuses for the cig. lighter there. One is not used unless you have 2 lighters in your dash. Peterbilt mechanics couldn't find it. I located them out of flustration. Good Luck !
    Welcome to the forums rockbuster..

    This thread is over two years old.. If she hasn't found her fuses yet I think we're in trouble..

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    I'm not sure on a Pete. Freightliner's have a fuse box lid on the passenger side dash, and another fuse box (for cig light and other acc.) just behind the driver seat in the side wall. A bit of a pain in the ### to get to and have to fold and slide the seat all the way forward to get into it. I know this is of no help for the OP but will be of use to anyone else driving a Freightliner Century or Columbia.

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    Can't read !

    Thanks Ken, I was doing a search for myself and ran across this thread. I was excited I knew the answer and could help someone else. I didn't notice the top left corner. Merry Christmas and Thank-you for Serving. Mark

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken View Post
    Welcome to the forums rockbuster..

    This thread is over two years old.. If she hasn't found her fuses yet I think we're in trouble..
    Have I told you lately that I love you?

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    387 is behind the glove box. Just open it, unhook the two high dollar plastic cables and the glove box will drop down where you can remove it.

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