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I recently changed my 100A alt fuse on my 97 toyota camry but while changing it the wires went under the bigger fuse box.therefore i have no clue how or what side the 4 wires go back on

Need to findout how the 4 wires go back on the ALT 100A fuse

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I have same problem for two of my wires on the left looking in from driver side. Forgot to label my wires as well. If your looking in from driver side a Black/Green wire goes on the bottom right side and the top right side wire is the double black wire. Hope this helps you half way.

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Battery neg lug pulled or if you short it , you get a nice acid bath.
or worse, (eyeprotection) its all there
so true too for a real FSM.

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    keep battery neg lug pulled, or you may get an acid bath.... its got 500+ amps of power there, respect it.


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