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I BLOWNED AN ALT FUSE (120A) OFF AN 1999 LEXUS GS BY JUMP STARTING THE BATTERY WITH WRONG TERMINALS. PLEASE PROVIDE SOLUTION HOW TO TAKE OFF THE OLD FUSE. THANK YOU.

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    I BLEW AN ALT FUSE (120A) ON A 2000 LEXUS GS 400 BY HOOKING UP BATTERY TO THE WRONG TERMINALS' I CHANGED THE FUSE AND STILL WONT TURN OVER,SO WHAT DO I LOOK AT NEXT ?

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Depends on type fuse
mini
maxi
some also have screws that hold them down
locate fuse box under hood
remove cover
look for blown fuse, if NOT screwed in just pull straight up to remove, reverse to install new one
if screwed in just remove screws (righty tighty / lefty losy) reverse to install new fuse

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