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Old 05-14-13, 05:47 AM
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Does any1 know how to remove the fusible link part # 82620-30170 from the actual fuse box located right infront of the battery? i recently switched batteries and accidentally did it wrong which caused me to blow a the fusible link. can someone help with a DYI step by step and pix if so process. Ive searched all over and can not find anything. thank you in advance
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Your best choice maybe solder the fuse u blew that just a guess
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you mean the one have clear cover.i never take it out but i read somewhere they say you can pop the clear cover and there are 2 10mm bolt.you get remove it to take it out
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Your best choice maybe solder the fuse u blew that just a guess
i tried that, and still re blows it again.
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you mean the one have clear cover.i never take it out but i read somewhere they say you can pop the clear cover and there are 2 10mm bolt.you get remove it to take it out
Yes the fuse block with the clear cover, and i tried that but there actually more to it than that, thats why i can figure it out.
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I found this on Sewell if you hve to replace the fusible link any luck removing it?
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http://is.sewellparts.com/oem-catalo...S250-2008.html
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ive been tryin for a few days and cant seem to figure it out, there something in the bottom holding me back from gettin it out.
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I have been searching everywhere online. I have the same problem blew the fuse after installing battery backwards. How do you remove the block? I have spent hours upon hours trying. At least now i know which part number I need to get.
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Im in the same boat lol how did you guys remove it ?
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No one ??.....
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I figured it out but it's a process, it's very do able.
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I tried my best to take it out today but I didn't get very far...after removing the 10mm bol,clear cover ect..what comes next "? Did you have to replace the whole thing ?this is what happened to mine
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ok so basically theirs tabs that you have to disconnect between all that look carefully. your gonna need some real thin long flat head about two of them. once you start disconnecting the tabs you start to pull up and everything starts to come part. lemme kno if this helps
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ok so basically theirs tabs that you have to disconnect between all that look carefully. your gonna need some real thin long flat head about two of them. once you start disconnecting the tabs you start to pull up and everything starts to come part. lemme kno if this helps
Well been at it for a couple of hours with no progress..am I suppose to unbolt the whole thing ? Or just push the tabs in ?

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Yes those tabs theres like 7-8 of them all around the white fuse and blacks boxes. the craziest things also is you literally have to basically take out the other 2 boxes than the white one. since its all layered in like a puzzle in a L shape form
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