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Can't acces the fuse box on 2004 chev tracker...no room

Can't squeeze under dash to access panel

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Yes there is I am not sure where it is.the usually places are: Drivers side kick panel by your feet. could be on the ends of the dash broad drive or passenger side, look for small door on end of dash, you must open door to see it. Gm sometimes puts it in the clove box if it has one. If you don't find any fuses blown it could be the (BCM) Body Control Module. but may sure none are blown under the hood because the Body Control Moduel gets its power from there. Check the large fuse I think it a 60 Amp

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Yes , you will have to remove it, be careful with the plastic and the wiring connectors, you might have to lower steering column and the covers around the top of it. Hope this helps!

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As long as everything is working, don't worry about it. There will be blank fuse spots in your fuse panel. Those are for other options you may not have have, so there isn't any wiring to those spots.

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