Re: How do you remove the #50 fuel door release fuse? It...
Use a pair of needle nose pliers and it should slide out...it may take a little tugging and SLIGHT wiggling...the last thing you want to do is break a prong off in the fuse board. Be gentle but you'll feel it slide out. If it's a four-prong fuse, use a voltage meter to check the resistance of the prongs, and that will direct you which direction to replace the old one with in case you forget. Generally the writing will all be in the same direction on the rows in the fuse box
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If you mean the fuel door... if it is not unlocking make sure the key is on and pull the fuel door button on the driver's side door. Button should be next to the rear hatch button. If it is not releasing check your fuses. If you need fast access remove the carpeted side panel inside of the rear hatch and you will find an emergency release.
On the engine fuse and relays box facen towards the car front and counting from left to right you have 1 big gray 2 small gray 3 ********* 4 big gray now from the 4th big gray you count vertically from back to front 1. the 4th big gray that we mentioned before 2. small gray 3. small gray 4 small gray the 3rd small gray (the middle of the 3 vertical small gray relays) is what you need :)
The fuse will be a blue 15 amp generally knee height beside your steering column ,you have to release the panel covering the fuses to see them . best to kneel on the ground with the door open. Find the fuse by pulling out and replacing untill you get the right one, usually around number 25 and sometimes called a courtesy light. The fuse diagram is on the inside of the cover when you remove it. there will be a indent for your fingers to pull on and release the panel/cover. Have you tried manually pushing the switch on the door column and spraying some WD 40 into it ? hope this helps you.
fuel filter is approximately by drivers rear door underneath in fuel line. one side has a nut on filter, the other side has a plastic slide clip. just pull clip up to release the fuel line. when putting back on. push the clip all the way down so it locks in fuel line. the best way to remove fuel pressure. is to pull the fuel pump fuse and start vehicle, let it run till it dies out. dont forget the fuse when you are done with the filter! good-day !
It can be fuse problem.Or it can be door latch problem.There should be a small pull tab inside trunk on the left side behind fuel door area.Pull this tab to open fuel door until the automatic open feature can be diagnosed and repaired.remove the material from the drivers side of the trunk around the area where the fuel door is located and you should find a method of manual release. A latch or possibly a pull cable. -----------------------Thank you.
it sounds like to me the cable may have broke or came unhooked. i'm not sure with your car if you have one cable or two seperate cables going to trunk and the fuel tank. what you may be able to do, is take the cover off of the release and look at the cable if it is broke or unhooked you can take the piece of cable that is sticking out and use a pair of needle nose pliers and pull on the cable manually and it may release it.
The release cable is sticking or broken. To release the fuel door, open the trunk and pull off the fabric liner on the left side of the trunk. Behind this liner is the fuel door release cable; this cable leads to the fuel door and attaches with a twist-lock connector. It is cylindrical with two tabs. Twist the connector clockwise about 90 degrees and it should pull out, releasing the door.
Just remember, the fuel door will not stay closed until you put the connector back in.
please check the fuse box yu can pull out the fuse which controls the buzzer and the interior light the easiest way to determine this fuse is to turn on the head light and start pulling thefuse out until it stops buzzing!!