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I will see what I can find, but isn't this fuse panel on the firewall and if so, normally you have to separate the 2 halves as well.
It's on the firewall, correct?
They were 2 photos of the same thing, what about a photo of the half under the hood?
It's at the very same spot. Like I said, there are 2 halves and you normally have to separate the 2 halves.
Look under the hood, there is usually one bolt right in the middle of that box. Loosen it all the way and now try again to remove the 1/2 from under the dash.
Ok, look in the center of it.
Don't be surprised if that bolt don't come all the way out, just loosen it up all the way though and then try again to separate the 2 halves and remove the inner half.
Dark? Already? Wow, I am going outside myself to work on my Chevelle, cause I know here on the east coast usa it don't get dark till around 7 pm or so. Anyhow, I think you will get it apart now.
I see you continue to visit this page. I haven't said anything new, cause I thought you said you were quitting for today, unless you did decide to work some more, did you?
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Repair it, I doubt it. Try ebaymotors or car-part.com for a used one.
http://www.ebay.com/motors and http://car-part.com/
Here are quite a few,
Here are some more, http://www.ebay.com/sch/Car-Truck-Parts-/6030/i.html?_nkw=1975%20Chevrolet%20Corvette%20fuse%20box&_trksid=p2050890.m1602
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