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Blinkers wont work in a geo metro 1997, i need to locate the little circuts

I need to know where the fuse box is located please. I have looked under the hood and also under the steering wheel and it is not clearly seen.

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SOURCE: location of fuses for 97 geo metro

It's either under the dash by your left knee or down on the drivers side kickpanel.

Posted on Dec 05, 2008

SOURCE: radio fuse on 1997 Geo Metro

the appropriate fuse is blue (15A) and is third or fourth from the side of the car (the narrow end). Look at the fuse box cover.

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SOURCE: Where is the fuse box located on my 94 Geo Metro .

look in your owners manual or go to the library and look in a "Chilton's Auto Manual it will show you

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SOURCE: i need to locaTE THE FUSE BOX ON MY 1992 GEO

Main fuse box is located in left kick panel next to park brake pedal. Should be about where left knee is (maybe a little to left of left knee) when sitting in drivers seat (under dash).

There is another one with all the big fuses under hood on driver's side next to fender .
----------- For more details, There's a white box behind remove the 3 screws on the panel under the steering wheel, the wide gray one and pull it out of your way, pulls straight back to you. If you still need more access to the fuse box straight up is a #10 hex bolt, remove it, the other side on the kick panel is a thumb nut you can take off and the box should pull down for better access. dsc01827.png As it will look loose, there will be a cover over the fuses and of course I have some plugs unplugged after I removed the steering column; dsc01828.png Thanks. keep updated for any more query.you can rate this solution and show your appreciation.

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