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Old 09-25-2009, 08:26 PM   #1
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Engine Compartment Fuse/Relay Box

Has anyone succeeded in opening the fuse/relay box above the A/C condenser and behind the air cleaner? If so, please enlighten us.
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Old 09-26-2009, 08:18 AM   #2
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I'll go outside and do it. It's been a while but I'll post it shortly.
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Old 09-26-2009, 08:31 AM   #3
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It's a pain believe me. The tab in the middle needs to be pushed outward away from the box and then pull the clip on the right forward. Pull it forward until it comes off. It takes some moving it up and down to get it off. Then on the right side at the bottom there is another tab over clip thing. Get your finger just behind it and pull outward.This unlocks the box and it will open. You'll never have to worry about it flying open is for sure.
I recommend band-aids, Bayer's Back and Body Pain Pills and a rag to stuff in your mouth so the neighbors won't hear you cussing. It's definitely one of hardest things I've come across to open for sure. I get the feeling they don't want us in there.
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Not sure why the last post is not showing up but I guess there's issues with the server this morning.
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Old 10-05-2009, 01:00 PM   #5
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Thanks much for info. I hope I never need to get in there!

But I see that there is a 20A fuse for trailer/towed car turn signals, plus relays for right & left turn signal/stop lamps are in there.



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It's a pain believe me. The tab in the middle needs to be pushed outward away from the box and then pull the clip on the right forward. Pull it forward until it comes off. It takes some moving it up and down to get it off. Then on the right side at the bottom there is another tab over clip thing. Get your finger just behind it and pull outward.This unlocks the box and it will open. You'll never have to worry about it flying open is for sure.
I recommend band-aids, Bayer's Back and Body Pain Pills and a rag to stuff in your mouth so the neighbors won't hear you cussing. It's definitely one of hardest things I've come across to open for sure. I get the feeling they don't want us in there.
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