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Electrical My son accidently reversed cables when jump starting. I had the battery charged but only the horn works. I found a blown 100 amp fuse in the paenl near the battery but I cannot remove it for replacement. How does it come out? The panel is marked "ictc"

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  • Gtenen Aug 28, 2008

    It turns out that there are two bolts that hold this fuse in place. The fuse holder has to be disconnected, taken apart to access these bolts. Thanks for the suggestion though. I have seen that happen from time to time.

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If you have trouble removing the fuse it's due to the fact that when a short occurs it creates heat and the copper contacts have melted to gether. i know you would perfer to do this yourself but your going have to take it to a good mechanic to help. chances are you might end up replacing the whole fuse box.

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