Fuse Replacement


Asked by Jul 17, 2014 at 04:20 PM about the 2003 Chevrolet Tracker Base 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I am trying to replace a blown fuse on 2003 Chevy Tracker. The fuse will not just pull out. Is there a trick to replacing this fuse. The fuse block is in the engine compartment

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No trick--- just get a proper fuse puller, Do NOT use needle-nose pliers, you will break it and open a can of worms. A fuse puller can be bought at any parts house for under $4. But are we talking about a fuse that looks like this? If not...please describe or post a pic.

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They (meaning car makers) have not used these for quite a few years


They are very close in the first pic. They are just a little wider and have an blown fuse indicator at the top of the fuse.. The I need to replace is marked 80 and it is definitely blown.

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Yeah Jim those are just examples of the type. They come in different sizes, and amperage (like your 80)..80 is a BIG one, not big in size but big in carries a lot of current, a main. But my answer stands, if you try to pull a stubborn one with pliers it will break and create more trouble, you will have to get the terminals out. No trick, just a good puller. There may even be one clipped to the fuse box as it's known under the hood Power Distribution Box.

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