Can a fuse get stuck in the fuse box?
yes, but it shouldn't be to hard to get it out.
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I've fixed a lot of fuses. You've just got to pull. The tool they give you might not work, try some needle-nose pliers. Just grab it and pull. Maybe wiggle it a little. Someti…mes they're just stubborn.
Answer . If I read correctly from my A4 (model 2002) handbook, it is number 36.\n30 Amp fuse needed.
Answer . \nDisconnect the battery first. First you disconnect the battery. After you disconnect the battery, you can pull it with a pair of needle-nose pliers, but only af…ter you have disconnected the battery.\nIt is quite important to disconnect the battery, or the thing that might be fused to the fusebox might be your hand.\nSo disconnect the battery first.
Where to find the fuses for a Beretta . Hiya!. Open the drivers door on your Chevy Beretta. Look at the side of the dashboard. You will see a plastic panel set in the dash…pad. Yank that panel off. Underneath that are your fuses. The panel is held on by velcro so just pull off no tools needed.. If the panel is missing you'll see the fuses straight away.. Good Wrench.
Answer . Wal-Mart, auto parts store, hardware store , grocery market
Answer . It's the place in wich the fuses are.
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someone plz tell me wat a fuse box is
Fuese box location for 2003 maxima
I have a 2003 Mercury sable and have the owners manual and cant seem to find where the fuse is located in the fuse panel. I doesnt even list a fuse for the radio in the owners… manual and I know it has to have one. I would appreciate any help or suggestions I could get in this matter. Thanks.
To defeat the fuse box you must throw a snowball at it to get out of the cage
No, fuse box fuses are of the screw in type. Plug in fuses are of a cartridge style that plug into the fuse holder which supports the fuse on either end of the cartridge.
In Ford Ranger
that is a part which looks like a pat, just allows right ampers' fuse to get in and reach the coonection.
the answer to this question is an obvious yes ------------------------ Answers to questions like this are not always obvious. I am not a mechanic, but I am sure there is …a fuse in the fuse box that protects the wiring to the radio. But there may also be an inline fuse anywhere from there to where the wire enters the radio. A fuse of this sort would very often, if it exists, be found quite close to the radio or associated equipment (if any exists). I would proceed by removing the radio to see if there is an inline fuse behind it. If everything is factory, a detailed vehicle wiring diagram will show whether a fuse was part of the original assembly. But this wiring diagram can be rather complicated to understand even to experienced electricians. == Sparkfighter
Needle nose pliers if you are speaking about an automotive fusebox Or if it very old style fusebox for home it unscrews