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There is an under-hood fuse box that houses several relays and fuses. The box is located under the hood near the battery. It has a cover over it, but isn't very big -- maybe 3" by 8". The ERLS fuse covers the automatic transmission (as well as the backup lights, canister purge valve, canister vent solenoid, EGR valve, ABS, variable-effort power steering, and AC compressor). The fuse is a 20A mini-fuse. It should be yellow.

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