Relayfuse Block

Figure 8-2. Relays and Fuses

Fuses

Empty fuse socket Relays

Relay/fuse block cover Release tabs

Relay/fuse block assemblies

Figure 8-1. Relay/Fuse Block Assembly

1. See Figure 8-3. Grasp the suspect fuse and gently pull straight out of the fuse socket.

2. Inspect the fuse element. Replace the fuse if the element is burned or broken.

3. Line up the pins of the fuse with the socket holes in the relay/fuse block. Push gently down on the fuse body until it bottoms out in the socket.

NOTE

Two spare fuses are located in the left relay/fuse block.

CAUTION

Always use replacement fuses that are of the correct type and amperage rating. Use of incorrect fuses can result in damage to the electrical system.

NOTE

Use only automotive type ATO fuses as replacements.

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Figure 8-3. Relay/Fuse Block Layout

Relay/fuse block cover Release tabs

Relay/fuse block assemblies

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