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Old 03-19-2007, 12:16 AM   #1
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i was told there is a fuse box on the passenger side but haven't ever come across it. i could take everything apart but would rather just ask the experts.
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I believe that it is behind the glove box. There should be some tabs on the glovebox that you can pull forward so the box opens up all the way, then you can access the panel..

What fuse are you looking for?? or are you just curious to find it?
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it'* under the glovebox and there are two screws you need to undo to get the cover off. once you do, its right by the door jam. it'* a pita to get to.
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The actual proper location description is at the base of the A-pillar. Remove the hushpanel for access. Two screws below the glovebox, and one or two nuts along the firewall.
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thinking about the older ones up to '91...
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There should be some tabs on the glovebox that you can pull forward so the box opens up all the way, then you can access the panel..
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if your 93 is anything like my 94 it has a fuse box on the driver side and passenger side. Both of mine just clip off and are easy to get to.
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