Before we get started we want to check that it is the actual fuse that needs to be repaired. First, make sure that your battery is charged. Second, you will want to turn the ignition key and check the hour meter. If the hour meter is blank, that is a solid indication that the fuse will need to be replaced. If you get a reading, it is probably not the fuse and will need a further inspection from a professional.
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- #2 Phillips Head Screwdriver
- 7/16 Wrench
Disconnect the negative cable first followed by the positive connection. Once the battery is disconnected, remove the battery.
The wiring harness is secured by a clip. Lift that piece, and pull the male and female ends apart.
Once the screw is completely removed, the back cover should be free to be removed as well.
Remove the old blown fuse and replace it with a new one. Make sure that there aren’t any defects in the new fuse before replacing it.