Question about 2002 Toyota Highlander
My son inadvertantly put his new battery in backwards and blew the Alt fuse in his 2006 Rav4. I know its bolted into the fuse block but I can't figure out how to get the fuse block out to get to the screws on the bottom. Any help would be appreciated
i did the same thing and put the cables on wrong. Now the fan and some of the dashboard lights wont light as well as I cant shift into gear w/out manually releasing the transmission by pushing in the unlock button.
does the 120 amp fuse have anything to do with this?
You need to remove all of the bolts that holds the fuseboc onto the inner fender. The fusebox seperates into two pieces. The outer shell drops away from the center by depressing and releasing the lock tabs. After the outer shell is lowered, the bolts for the 120 amp fuse are visible.
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