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Blowing number 2 fuse in dash panel - 2000 GMC Jimmy

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Fuse #2 E7 D8 goes only at cigarrete lighter and to data link connector, remove the socket at the rear of cigarrete lighter and install fuse, change the cigarrete lighter when it is shorted or there will be a small piece of metal left inside the whole,

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if you need to find the fuse panel, it's on the drivers side under the steering wheel there is a panel that looks like it's part of the dash itself...on each end of the dash piece you will see a knob... turn counter clockwise to release.. then the dash panel will fold down... after you fold it down you can remove it by popping it off the guides.... the fuse panel is behind the dash panel.... some models of car have an illustration of what fuse goes where... if you look close on the fuse panel next to each fuse there's a number.. each number will match the illustration on the dash panel insert...

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