Fuse Box On Volvo VN670?? Where Is It??

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  1. ssccrab

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    I'm trying to find the dang fuse box on my Volvo 670 (if there is one), but have had no luck. Would anyone here have any idea as to where I could find it? Thanks!
     
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    Check behing the glove box for it, pull out the glove box then press the tabs on the side of the box at the rear.
     
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    Well, unfortunately, this one doesn't have a glove box, lol. However I did manage to find the fuse panel.

    If anyone else if having this problem and you can't find the fuses, pull out the cup holder in the center of the dash where the CB sits. You'll see 2 screws. Loosen these and you'll be able to pull up the whole panel, like a door. The CB sits on this panel. Right under it is the electrical center with the fuses and relays and other goodies. Thanks!
     
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    Wasnt sure with the newer Volvos. The 99 and the 05 i drove both had the fuse box hid behind the Glove box.
     
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    Ahh, ok. I gotcha'. I assume the newer ones don't have a glove box, since mine, which I believe to be a year 07' VN670, doesn't have one. Sure am glad I found it though, lol. Thanks for replying man!
     
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    No problem. When i get back in the seat hopefully soon its gonna be a major culture shock to me. These newer rigs are just completely different then what i am used to.
     
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    Yup, she right under where the cb sits. Two screws from the cup holder and lift her on up.
     
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    Dang, you know what, yer correct, now that you mentioned that i remember that the main fuse box is there but there were some of the larger breakers behind the Glove box. Cant believe i forgot that. My international had the fuse box behind the glove box.
     
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    :biggrin_25521:My left real light is out. Blinks and brakes, but no tail/parking light. Can't find any at truck stops that match the plug. I'm almost afraid to drive at night now. It's only a matter of time.
    Anybody know if this is a special order item. I can't imagine that it is, but dang.
     
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    What does the light look like? Truck or trailer? What does the plug look like? Could you possibly take a picture?
     
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