Fuses

Notes

Never attempt to repair a blown fuse and Replacing fuses

Never attempt to repair a blown fuse and do not replace a defective fuse with a substitute of another color or amperage rating; this could lead to a circuit overload, ultimately resulting in a fire in the vehicle.

Plastic tweezers and information on the fuse types and locations are stored in the fuse box in the cargo area.

In the engine compartment

1. Use the onboard vehicle toolkit to loosen the three cover screws, arrow 1.

2. Pull up the holder, arrow 2.

2. Pull up the holder, arrow 2.

3. Remove the cover from one side, arrow 3.

4. Press the four fasteners and remove the cover.

Reattaching the covers

Reattaching the covers

1. When attaching the cover, make sure that all four fasteners are engaged.

2. Attach the cover under the rubber lip and then thread it between the bars.

3. Press down on the holder and tighten the

3. Press down on the holder and tighten the three screws.

In the cargo area

Raise the cargo floor panel.

Raise the cargo floor panel.

Information on the fuse types and locations is

Information on the fuse types and locations is found on a separate sheet.

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