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Is the outside or inside fuse box? If you have to push on the fuse box to get it start the its not making good conatact you can either try tightened the mounting screws are take it down and check the socket and pins to see if any of them are corroded or pushed in, this could work for both outside and inside.
inside your car there is the fuse box and on the inside of the cover should be a diagram and the fuse labeled accessory is the fuse that will need replaced if it isnt blown then yor lighter needs replacing
Which fan motor do you want to repair, the one inside the car for climate control or outside for engine cooling next to radiator? Inside locate fan please note some libraries have repair manuals that you can check with them for free you usually can go and find at least the location this way. Check fuse location and electrically check BOTH SIDES of the fuse with a digital volt meter not a test light some circuits in newer computer control vehicles can be damaged by test lights. Once you find the fan (inside) it also has a resister pack usually somewhere on the a/c heater assembly, check for voltage at the input of the motor AND the ground side also remember electricity needs a complete circuit. If outside cooling motor look for a fuse box outside in the engine compartment and check that also inspect the wiring connections in line for melting usually at the motor this is a tell tale sign that the motor is using too much current. Also there needs to be a temperature switch in the cooling system sometimes in the radiator or in the engine/block/head. watch the color code of the wire from motor trace back usually to a relay or two speed resister block. Also some cars have a secondary fan for the A/C condenser I assume you don't mean this one.
The main fuse box is under the hood in the front left of the engine compartment beneath a roughly 14"x3" black plastic cover, right againt the outside edge of the engine compartment, you can't miss it . You can inspect each fuse by pulling out to see if any have blown. There is space for 3 spare fuses which may hold spare fuses.
There is another fuse box, called the "instrument panel fuse box." It is located inside the car, forward of the driver's left knee, behind the coin drawer that sits to the left of the steering column. Just pull out the drawer and you'll see the fuse block. There's a chart on the back of the drawer, in addition to the charts that can be found for both fuse boxes in the rear of the owner's manual.
ouch,are you sure you cant remove rad bracket insted?
if not mabee cover off fuse box and 1 or 2 screws inside or outside? also it will not usually move to far, 1 inch or 2?
they should not make it that hard to change battery, sometimes tricky.
I just got my 2008 GMC 2500 HD truck back from the dealership with the same problem. They informed me that the accessory power is no longer hooked up by the factory, that is now the responsibility of the owner of the vehicle. The service tech showed me where the wire was and I connected it to a Stud 1 outside of the fuse box. You will also need a 40 amp fuse for position 68 on the fuse block.