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92 K75S Fuse Panel Question


Can anyone tell me how to remove the wires out of the back pf the fuse panel? I had a problem where it melted the fuse and fuse holder, yes I already found and repaired the problem. What I would like to do is just add and inline fuse holder inside the fuse box. Thanks in advance.

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If I remember correctly, insert a pair of small jewler's screwdrivers (or small drill bits or very stiff wires) into the notches on either side of the front of the fuse holder slots and pull the wire and connector out the back. There are little one way tabs on the metal connectors that you would be holding down with what ever you push into those notches.

You may need to push in on the wire while pushing down with screwdriver to get the tab down, then pull it out. It is usually a PIA.