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How do you change an 80A Fuse in your 1998 Toyota Tacoma?

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2006-10-30 16:12:23
2006-10-30 16:12:23

Not 100% sure about the 98, but if it's anything like the 2003, it is likely a bolt in fuse. You will need to disconnect and perhaps remove the battery in order to reach and remove the fuse box hold down screws. Next, Slide the inner fuse panel out of the fuse box outer cover. After that, you should be be to access the two small bolts holding the fuse in place. Remove and replace the fuse, and reverse the above process. It can be quite tricky to get the inner box to slide out from the outer cover. Seems that the fuse box is Toyota's version of Rubick's cube.

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