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How do you replace the 100a fuse on a 95 Ford Probe?

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2006-09-19 02:34:05
2006-09-19 02:34:05

There are 2 small screws or small bolts(1 on each side) at the bottom of it holding it in. Undo them. Good luck it's a tight fit.

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