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Getting in dash fuse out #379037 Jan 19, 6:36pm Jan 19, 6:36pm
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Rick OP
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Getting in dash fuse out
This may sound like a stupid question, but ive been fidling around with my dash, I have taken everything apart, and still have trouble getting to the wire I need. I am, as some of yall know, cutting the wire to disable my DRLs. I cant get the small fuse box its in out though! I see there is a clip type thing on the right hand side, where the arrow is pointing too, but is that all it takes to get that single fuse box out? I have huge hands so its hard to get in far enough, and better yet pull the dang thing out. Please help!

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Re: Getting in dash fuse out [Re: Rick] #379038 Jan 19, 6:56pm Jan 19, 6:56pm
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u baboon

i think so, probably just gotta push a little clip in and pull.


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Re: Getting in dash fuse out [Re: VSGTS14] #379039 Jan 19, 7:26pm Jan 19, 7:26pm
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Originally Posted by VSGTS14
u baboon



lol man thats funny thumbsup thumbsup thumbsup thumbsup

Re: Getting in dash fuse out [Re: Shiftyz1x] #379040 Jan 19, 7:31pm Jan 19, 7:31pm
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yup push in the clip and wiggle like hell. be careful not to break any pins though. i think if you open the fuse box door to the side you can get a different angle and maybe use a flathead screw driver to help pry it out. thats a wire harness not a fuse happywink

Re: Getting in dash fuse out [Re: fonz182] #379041 Jan 19, 7:52pm Jan 19, 7:52pm
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weasal and baboon.. grin

just use the needle nose plyer to push in the clip and pull out..


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Whenever my car is at a full stop or even in park the RPM never sits on 0. what does this mean?
Re: Getting in dash fuse out [Re: celicafourotwo] #379042 Jan 26, 5:18am Jan 26, 5:18am
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remove the whole center counsle

Re: Getting in dash fuse out [Re: customcelica101] #379043 Jan 26, 5:34am Jan 26, 5:34am
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you don't even need to take it out. just cut the wire and tape it up.

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