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Old 12-23-2013, 08:22 PM
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I am trying to replace the 120A fuse in my 2006 Scion tC. I have taken off the black plastic top and side of the fuse box to expose the beige plastic part (fuse grid?) that holds all the fuses.
The 120A fuse (see image 1, red box) is bolted into the beige plastic box on two sides (see images 2 and 3).
I have removed one bolt (see image 2) but the second is hidden behind a plastic part and a white wire (see image 4).

How can I remove the second, hidden bolt?

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Thank you in advance!

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how did you blow that fuse in the first place?!
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Old 12-23-2013, 08:49 PM
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how did you blow that fuse in the first place?!

I was installing a new battery and didn't realize the one I bought had reverse posts.Any idea how to take out the second bolt after I take off the fuse box?

I can see the bolt but the plastic on the side prohibits me from taking the bolt off.

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You might have to remove the module from the fender well and look for screws or bolts on the underside (or any part of the module that isn't visible atm.) The module probably disassembles, exposing the screw you need to remove.

How do you know the 120A fuse is bad?
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