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\take that fuse to a hardware store, or a automotive parts store and they should be able to ordor it for u

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I need to know how to take the fuse box under the hood of my 2005 Chevy Impala so I can put a new one in.


Underhood Electrical Center or Junction Block Replacement

Removal Procedure

  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable. Refer to Battery Negative Cable Disconnect/Connect Procedure in Engine Electrical.


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  3. Disconnect the positive battery cables from the underhood fuse block terminals.
  4. Remove the tape from the wiring harness at the base of the underhood fuse block base.


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  6. Release the underhood fuse block(s) clip retainers using a small flat-bladed tool.


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  8. Remove the fuse block(s) and wiring harness lifting up from the base and reposition from the base.


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  10. Remove the nuts from the underhood fuse block base.
  11. Remove the underhood fuse block base from the shock tower.


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  13. Remove the underhood fuse block lower front terminal positive assurance retainers using a small flat-bladed tool.


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  15. Remove the plastic shields from the battery cable and buss bar terminals, using a small flat-bladed tool to release the clip retainer.


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  17. Remove the bolts from the buss bar jumper bar.


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  19. Remove the buss bar jumper bar from the fuse block(s).


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  21. Remove the fuses from the fuse block(s) to access the buss bar terminal release tabs.


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  23. Remove the buss bar(s) from the fuse block(s) using a terminal releasing tool, and pulling down and out on the buss bar.


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  25. Remove the buss bar(s) from the fuse block(s).


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  27. Release the clip retainers from the underhood fuse block(s) battery cable and buss bar terminals using a small flat-bladed tool.


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  29. Remove the underhood fuse block(s) battery cable and buss bar terminals from the fuse block by pulling down.
  30. Remove the fuse block and lamp wiring harness from the vehicle, if required.

I copied the info from my database, sorry, it is read only, The way I copied it, read only, no pictures.

Jan 28, 2018 | Chevrolet Impala Cars & Trucks

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Battery drains over night. Fuses have been tested. Pulled radio fuse but thrre is still a draw.


You need to isolate the draw by installing an ammeter in series with the battery. Remove the negative cable and hook one end of the meter to the cable and the other to the battery and see what amperage is drawn. Start removing fuses one at a time till the draw on the meter drops. This will tell you what fuse it is and what that fuse controls. You then have to find what is causing the draw from what the fuse controls. This can be a tedious task.

Sep 13, 2015 | 1999 Lincoln Continental

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Hi. I've been told my fuse in the battery cable


If there was a fuse in the battery cable ( which I seriously doubt because of the extreme current draw when cranking) you would have nothing. I suspect what you have is a failed fusible link (rated at around 30 amps) which allows power for just about every unit using power.. The fusible link will be near the ceramic fuses next to the battery under the bonnet

Jul 21, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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How do i change a mega fuse in a 2003 chevy trailblazer? Do i need to disconnect the battery first?


THE FUSE LINK TO ALTERNATOR. YOU HAVE TO DISCONNECT NEGATIVE BATTERY CABLE BUT FIRST TURN OFF RADIO BEFORE DISCONNECTING NEGATIVE BATTERY CABLE.TELL ME WHAT SIZE MEGA FUSE YOU REPLACING 40 AMP FUSE IN FUSE BOX..FORD CARRIES MEGA FUSE 175 AMP FUSE A MEGE FUSE DOES SAME JOB FUSE LINK.YOU NEED TO REPLACE FUSE LINK.FUSE LINK IS HEAVY GAUGE WIRES TWISTED TOGETHER THEN USE ROSIN CORE SOLDER AND SOLDER WIRES TOGETHER.WRAP A LOT OF ELECTRIC TAPE AROUND SOLDER WIRES TO KEEP FROM GROUNDING STARTING A ELECTRICAL FIRE. FUSE LINK LOCATED IN THE WIRE FROM THE BATTERY TO THE ALTERNATOR YOU WILL SEE WORDS FUSE LINK ON THE LINK.

Aug 27, 2011 | Chevrolet TrailBlazer Cars & Trucks

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The positive battery cable on my 1988 tercel has a fuse link attached to it and the yellow 60 amp fuse burnt up the charge light and brake light on the dash stays on and my battery went dead. I changed the...


Most parts stores carry these. if not may have to call your dealer. Good luck.
But you really need to check out closely and find what blew the fuse.

Mar 24, 2011 | 1988 Toyota Tercel 2 Door

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Lights will not work


MAKE SURE BATTERY VOLTAGE IS 12.5 VOLTS.IF BATTERY OKAY.IF BATTERY CABLES VERY OLD YOU COULD HAVE BAD GROUND BATTERY CABLE.IF BATTERY CABLES GOOD.CHECK HEADLIGHT FUSE SHOULD BE 25 AMP FUSE.IF FUSE OKAY.YOU HAVE FAULTY HEADLIGHT SWITCH OR FAULTY DIMMER SWITCH.

Mar 20, 2011 | 1992 Jeep Wrangler

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Hello. We have an 03 Mitsubishi Galant. We need to identify the fusable link at battery positive cable. Please identify its uses and replacement. Thanks DC


The fuse built into the positive battery cable is the alternator fuse. If it blows your battery will go dead.Your charge light will not come on, your alternator and battery will be operating perfectly but since your battery is not charging your car will go until the battery id dead and just stop. The fuse is the big square part of the clamp and simply unbolts from the actual clamp. It is a dealer only part that runs between $10 and $20 depending on where you buy it. When ever you work under the hood around your alternator always take your negative battery cable off so so do not blow this expensive fuse.

Jan 09, 2011 | 2003 Mitsubishi Galant

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My moms 1998 Ford Taurus's battery dies with the cables normally connected. If you take one of the cables off the battery, it works fine. You just need to reconnect before you start the engine. We were...


It sounds like something is drawing power with the key off. It could be the GEM module but I doubt it. There is a draw somewhere. Connect battery and pull fuses one at a time to see if curent drain stops. You will need an ampmeter in series with the battery and the postive cable. Expensive. Get one from pick n pull salvage yard real cheap.


  • Check the following fuse junction panel fuses: fuse 23 (5A), fuse 20 (5A), and fuse 8 (5A).



  • Section 13-09A: Gauges/Warning Devices, Chime/Buzzer System 1998 Taurus/Sable Workshop Manual REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION Procedure revision date: 03/16/1998
    Generic Electronic Module (GEM) Removal
    The generic electronic module (GEM) is connected to the rear of the fuse junction panel (14A067) .
    1. Disconnect battery ground cable (14301) . Refer to Section 14-01.
    1. Remove two nuts retaining fuse junction panel to dash panel (01610) .
    1. Pull upper ears of fuse junction panel down out of retaining bracket.
    1. Disengage locking tangs and disconnect three harness connectors from bottom of GEM.
    1. Turn fuse junction panel over and remove screw retaining GEM to fuse junction panel .
    1. Disconnect and remove GEM from fuse junction panel .
    Installation
    1. Follow removal procedure in reverse order.
    1. Tighten GEM to fuse junction panel screw to 1-2 Nm (9-17 lb-in).
    1. Tighten fuse junction panel retaining nuts to 4-6 Nm (36-53 lb-in).


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      Item Part Number Description 1 14B205 Generic Electronic Module (GEM) 2 - Mounting Ear (Part of 14A067) 3 14A067 Fuse Junction Panel 4 - Screw (Part of 14A067) 5 - Generic Electronic Module (GEM) to Fuse Junction Panel Connector A - Tighten to 1-2 Nm (9-17 Lb-In)

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    Blowing starter fuse could this relay or switch


    Hi, to determine whether it is a short circuit on cable or the starter you will need to disconnect the battery cable from the starter and replace the fuse. If the fuse blows again there is a short circuit on the battery cable, if not then there is a short circuit in the starter motor or starter solenoid.

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