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Re: Fuse box diagram
Ask car dealers sales if they or you could photo a copy off one 2nd hand car ? or breakers writeoff if they have one in ? do you know anyone/friend ? who owns one that you could copy or photo stat? if you do obtain one ? suggest you make 2x copies and laminate each one for car ?and one for home/garage ? i have done this many times for customers various vehicles
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A lot of times the fuse box is either under the dash or under the hood. If you look under the driver side dash board you may see something that looks like a latch or a small door. Most likely this is the fuse box. Once you remove that, the labels for each fuse should be on a sticker attached to the back of the door. If it is not, you can search it online or find the diagram in your cars manual.
This cars has three fuse boxes, theres one under the hood and another under the dash driverside and last theres one under the dash passenger side. you need to look at the passenger side fuse box. open door and remove the cover on the side of the dash , theres the fuse box.you need to locate fuse # 9, this fuse is for the radio and the power socket. heres a diagram and fuse layout.good day.
look under the dash on both driver and passenger side. if not there open the door and look on the side of the dash, inside the glove box under the hood and sometimes in the trunk. if its in the dash your looking for a little door that comes off made from plastic theres a diagram on the back that shows where your fuses are. if its under the dash itll be one big fuse block. see your owners manual to get a diagram. if its in the glove box see your owners manual as well
For left-hand drive (LHD) vehicles the fuse box is placed on the left side of dash board, (driver's door open), behind a plastic cover. On the inner face of the plastic cover you will find the fuse box diagram.
Also another fuse box / relay plate is placed under bonnet in engine compartment area.
if the car is built like monte carlo for 2000 there are 2 fuse panels inside. one on the driver side when you open door and theres one the passenger side when you open the door there are panels on both sides of the dash that pull off. and then of course there are the fuse blocks under the hood. by the battery.
Open the drivers side door and there is a small plastic panel at the end of the dash.It has a little finger hole and some are a little tight.You should find the fuse box, diagram, fuse puller and extra fuses.If you have a back lighter, that fuse is in the back near the drivers side tail lights.You find it when you take the panel off to change rear bulbs.I think they have a separate fuse for everything.