Removing stuck 80 amp fuse on 1985 toyota camry

Asked by Oct 04, 2016 at 02:21 PM about the 1985 Toyota Camry

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 1985 Toyota camry and the 80
amp fuse located in box under hood
seems to be stuck and I do not want to
break anything what is the best way to
remove

4 Answers

4,805

Your best bet is going to be some liquid wrench. Apply it with a Q Tip if necessary, you do not want to just spray a ton of liquid anything in electrical components however, if you apply it, and leave it over night, jiggle the fuse a little bit throughout the night, as much as you can, and keep working on it. Repeat as necessary until you are able to pull the fuse.

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Thank you big buck :)

1,620

That fuse may be held in by mall bolts under the fuse box. Did you buy a replacement fuse? Is it a push installation or bolt in type?

1,620

How is this 80 ampere ID?. Look at the FB Cover for more info.

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