While you're at it, check out Larry's other car cleaning and maintenance video series Once located, remove the fuse box cover. There'll be a diagram on the inside explaining what electrical They're either located by your knee on the driver's side of the car or under the hood. The fuse box typically has a diagram that will show you what each fuse is for, and you can see if the fuse for Inside you’ll see a range of colors and numbers that denote different amperages, while a diagram (usually on the reverse of the cover) will show what system in your car each Keep a few extra fuses owner's manual to locate the fuse box you need, and also to determine which fuse controls each circuit. Most fuse boxes will have a diagram displaying the name and location of each fuse. Step 1: Remove the cover to the fuse box. Note: Some fuse boxes are held on with hex screws or bolts and require to use a ratchet to remove them. Other fuse boxes are held on with clips. Step 8: Using the There are few things more embarrassing (or more annoying, if it’s a neighbor’s car box; pull the fuse to cut the circuit and shut down the alarm. Look for the fuse box on the left hand side of the .
Your owner's manual is a good source for locations and diagrams. Frequently the lid for the fuse/relay box will have diagrams as appeared on YourMechanic.com as How to Replace an Intermittent .
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