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2003 Toyota Camry Alternator Fuze

How do you remove and replace the alternator fuze?

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To change the 100amp Alt fuse you need to get inside the fuse box. To do this remove the battery and then you'll need to remove the air intake to allow you to get to the screws to loosen the fuse box. Once you've removed the fuse you'll need to separate the top from the bottom, this can be done by inserting a small screw driver in the clips located around the outside of the box. Now you need to remove the screw on both the inside and outside which holds the 100amp fuse in place, the screw actually goes through the hole in the connector legs of the fuse. You should be able to see these holes in the legs of the new replacement fuse, so you know where they're located. It may be tricky but can be done, I've done it. Once you get both screws out the old fuse can be removed. Replace the old with the new fuse and reverse the process to replace all parts as before and you should have things running again. I did this with another helper as we were trouble shooting until we figured out that the legs were held by the two screws, one on each leg.

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There is no alternator fuse that i'm aware of.

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