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03-11-03, 05:49 AM   #1  
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Fuse problem

On my '91 Toyota Camry, 4 cyl. coming off the positive battery terminal, there is a black box with three huge "fuses" in it. I'm sure they are not called fuses, but the work the same way. They are 30 amp, 40 amp and 80 amp. The 80 amp (which is for the alternator) is no good. when trying to remove it it wouldn't budge. I removed the other two, which came out with ease, to give myself room to work, and the stupid thing shattered. I have tried everything to get it out and it simply will not come out. Any suggestion? All that is left of it is the little copper plates that were inside and probably the bottom of the plastic casing that housed it.

 
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03-11-03, 06:27 AM   #2  
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i figured it out.
There is a plastic flap on the housing of it on the front and back. when popped open, there is a 10mm bolt on each side that holds it in.

 
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03-11-03, 09:30 AM   #3  
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Yup. Then just push it out.

 
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