Question about 1997 Toyota Corolla
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the fuse link is bolted in from the two side in the fusebox.you have to un bolt the whole fusebox so you can raise it and if you look at the sides there are two side panels that can be moved down so you can get a socket or spanner on the two bolts apprx 10mm. undo them and raise the fuse out and put the new one in and tighten up the bolts again. hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
not taped in harness it is bolted into fuseblock on outside of fuse block are 4 little locks holding in part of fuse block using small screwdriver release locks by prying outwards while pulling up on 100 amp fuse when it has released enough it will expsoe the bolts holding in the 100 amp fuse one side is an 10mm the other is a 8mm MAKE SURE YOU DISSCONECT THE BATTERY 1ST
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
I hope a lot of people read that
It is not a good idea to use any of todays
vehicles to jump each other
Use a separate battery pack designed for that
or a battery charger on boost
You can also ruin the electronics just being helpful
Posted on Nov 19, 2012
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