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Hi: I have a 2004 toyota sienna and have a blown fuse. It is type C, #64(ABS1 50A) or #65(ABS2 30A) according to my owner manual. It is locate under the front hood. Can anyone tell me how to replace it or where to find information about this? Can I even DIY? or need go to dealer which is manual suggest? how much will it cost me? Thanks ahead for any help! Chi

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  • Anonymous May 26, 2009

    The type C fuse is not a standard type of fuse. I checked with checker and autozone and they had never seen this type.



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Normally fuses are relatively cheap. All you have to do to replace them is to unplug your old fuse and plug in the new one. You can usually find the fuse box under the hood near the driver side head light. If it's not there, you can find it somewhere on the net using component locators.

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