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How do you get the 100A fuse that leads from bat to alt out of the fuse box

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Its bolted in from the side, usually there is a little panel covering the bolts about 1 inch down. If you have a new one you will see where the holes are.

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You should be able to just pull up on it to dislodge it, look for a screw[[phillips head]] at fuse just to be sure,,but if no screw there, just pull and wiggle the fuse up and it will come out. hope this helps!!!

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