How do I unplug fuses without breaking them in 2004 Chev Venture?

Asked by Jun 01, 2015 at 03:02 AM about the 2004 Chevrolet Venture LS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

A guy gave me a boost the other day and he used the positive on the fuse box to do it.
Now the radio won't work and the headlights dim the dash lights. I suspect the fuses were
overloaded in the charge. It worked fine beforehand. I already bought a new battery just in
case. She is having start problems. Maybe an alternator, not sure.

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There should be a little yellow tool in the fuse box cover that sorta looks like chubby tweezers, it grabs the fuse top and you just pull them out, if the tool is missing you can use regular needle nose pliers but don't grip them too tight as they will shatter. You can buy the little tool at most auto parts and some hardware stores.HTH

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