Question about Nissan Altima
I can look it up for you, but I need the year, make, model, and engine size to narrow down the information.
Sometimes it is not published, though, so one would have to subscribe to a pay service like Alldata.com or Repairpath.com or get the service manual, which publishes the infromation for a price.
Another way to make sure all fuses are working is to use a fuse tester that will light whenever it is attached to an installed fuse that is blown.
It is not necessary to remove and inspect each and every fuse, although that's a way of doing it (kind of time consuming though).
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