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In years past, it wasn't even called a fuse box but a fuse panel, cause there was so few fuses back then, and it was almost always under the driver side dash. That is still a favorite place for many fuse boxes, but of course now, there are many, many times more fuses on cars- with all the modern electronics on cars-lots more circuits to protect.
So today, most vehicles have a Fuse/Relay Box or block under the hood, and can have other fuse boxes, sometimes more than just one or two. And makers put them anywhere and everywhere. I've heard of some buicks with a fuse box under the rear seat, some under, some behind the glove box. So long story short, Barry, nobody could tell you without knowing what you are working on.
What fuse required: if you ever replace a fuse, the rule is to keep the same amperage rating. Never try a different rated fuse, unless you like to see pyrotechnic displays- FIRE. Fuses are color coded. Red is 10 amp, blue is 15 amp, that's all I remember for certain. But all fuses are also stamped with their amp rating.
Posted on Mar 30, 2015
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