FUSE BOX CAR MEANING
A fusebox, also known as a fusepanel, organizes all of the car’s fusesin one area for easy access. Your car’s fuseboxholds a variety of fuseswith different ratings and most likely several relays. It is located under the hood in the engine bay, typically somewhere easy to get to that is less likely to be damaged in a collision.
How to Replace Your Car's Fuse Box | YourMechanic Advice
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Car Fuses and Fusible Link Colors and Functions Explained
There are six types of blade fuses that you may run into when you pop open the fuse box on a modern car or truck: micro2, micro3, low-profile mini, mini, regular and maxi. For all blade fuses, the housing may be opaque or clear.
Checking and replacing fuses | How a Car Works
Because the fuse is a likely cause, and the easiest to check, look at it first. The fuses are usually grouped in a box or on a panel with a cover. Ideally, the box should be fixed in an accessible place — such as the bulkhead under the bonnet. Often, however, it is hidden away, perhaps under the dashboard or down in the front knee-well.