Can't find secondary Fuse box (NOT the one on the right of glove compartment)
I need to get to my secondary fuse box on my C4 '92 corvette to change a few blown fuses, but the location that the owners manual gives is incorrect, saying that its located under my glove box. It gives the location of the primary fuse box, located on the right of my glove box.
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There's a fuse box behind tyhe glove compartment. You should have access to it when you open the glove compartment. Then there is also the fuse box in the engine compartment, that is next to the windshield wiper fluid on the passenger side. When my side marker lights and license plate light went out, I had to change a fuse in the fuse box in the engine compartment. Hope this helps
The main fuse block is located in the underside of the instrument panel, in or behind the glove compartment. Remove the access cover in the glove compartment to access the fuse block. Spare fuses and a fuse puller should always be kept here. Various convenience connectors, which snap-lock into the fuse block, add to the serviceability of this unit.
On some vehicles, you may have to remove a cover for access to the main fuse block
The main fuse block is in or under the glove compartment
From page 130 of my UK spec Focus manual (Right-hand drive): -
Central fuse box is located on the left hand side underneath the instrument panel .
Open the glove compartment. Push in both sides of the glove compartment and swivel it down completely.
The fuses are behind.
The horn and power seats are on fuse number 33, coloured yellow and rated at 20 Amps.
well your in luck i just removed mine today lol. there are 5 1/4 inch screws on the bottom side of the dash on the passenger side of the car remove them pull the plastic cover down and disconnect the light mounted on the piecce you just removed next make sure your battery is disconnected cause it may fry it if power is connected. Next you will need a 10mm look straight up you will see the box it is aluminum with 2 wire harness attached. There is a metal clip holding it attached pull it back and un hook the harness then it will slide right out.
The fuse panel is located below and to the left of the steering wheel by
the brake pedal. Remove the CD stowage box to access the fuses.
To remove a fuse, use the fuse puller tool provided on the power
distribution box cover located in the engine compartment.