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#1 Old 01-05-2010, 11:14 PM
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3rd Generation Need Help Removing the ALT 100amp Fuse!!!

I have a 92 V6 camry and need to replace the blown 100 amp fuse, but when trying to remove top casing broke. Is there a easy way to remove and replace or i'm I missing something like tabs or screws that hold it in place? Any help would help. I can post pics tomorrow if needed. Already have a new 100amp fuse but i'm having a great deal of trouble removing the old one.
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IIRC, I think you have to unbolt the whole fuse block, remove the bottom cover of the fuse block, and remove the two bolts holding the ALT fuse in place.
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I had the same problem when my fuse in my corolla blew. I destroyed the old fuse trying to remove and found out that they are held by 2 screw/bolt underneath.
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destroyed is the word....I did the same thing. I'll be locating those screws today. Thanks guys!!1
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Just for reference those 2 screws usually have an 8MM hex head on them.

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Just for reference those 2 screws usually have an 8MM hex head on them.

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Well thanks guys for the info....Job complete car is up and running strong again. Also it was 2 (10mm Hex Heads). Thanks for the help guys!!
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