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The fuse panel is located on TOP of the center of the dash, just above the AC controls. The D shaped cover lifts off. Under the front lip of the large D shaped cover, right in the center is a button, push the button while lifting up and pulling rearward. All of your fuses and relays are located underneath, as well as your OBD connector.
Make sure the vehicle has had a tune up, Spark plugs and wires. Check PCV valve. ETC. ALso may want to run diags on it with OBD code reader to see if it is pulling codes that just arent' showing on CEL(Check engine light)