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the fuse box is almost located in the sane spots on all cars 1. under drivers dash by E-brake cable. 2. on drivers lower dash around were your left knee is. 3. on the end of the drivers dash where the door panel touches it. 4. on the end of the passengers dash where the door panel meets it. 5. under the hood in a black plastic box, which will say fuses & relays on it. Then there is one other place on the passegers side of the center consule by where your left foot goes.
There is a fuse box to the left of the steering wheel. The little compartment that opens up there can be totally removed to reveal the fuses. There is a fuse diagram on the back of the compartment. There should be a spare fuse for each amp level used and a plastic tool to remove or replace fuses with. There is another fuse box under the hood on the same side as the battery and driver side headlight.
dear friend-remove the cable from the gearbox,then move the gearshift to see if that is free.if that is free then move the link on the gearbox to see if that is normal.that should give you a idea of were the problem lies.
there nothing broke you just have to adjust how far you stick the nozzle in and if you have to tilt it ,a lot of cars and trucks do this,try inserting the nozzle in 3/4 of the way and pump slow then speed up,if it does it again pull out further and try again.