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Windows, interior lights don't work - can I change Main fuse

99 volvo s80 - I removed the srs module to send for repair

now I do not have interior lights, window power, clock, mirror

regular fuses appear ok - Can I replace one of the main 60 amp fuses?

and how?
are replacements fuses available at Advance Auto?

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    Not fuses!

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If you still have the SRS module out then you have disrupted the CAN network if you plug it in and still does not work then pull the neg battery cable for five min to reset the network but wait 2min after pulling the ign key out -

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