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Check for any clips or bolts under or around the bottom of the fuse panel that may need removed to then remove it.If you have already checked and none were found let me know so we can continue.
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Unfortunately my info isnt listing how this is removed completely.
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Hello, Does yours look like this fuse box? it should , just confirming. here is the link, then we will go from there
no, it is not removed in my picture, what are you trying to do? remove the whole box or just the top cover to access fuses?
Ok , I dont work on these that often but have over the years, I cant remember each and every but, I sent a picture and you should see the clip in the top right, then, I am pretty sure it wiggles up and off of the rubber sleeve in the left side of the picture. let me know if this works, go back to the picture I sent and yes,, box is removed to access the lines like at the steering gear
doing my best to try and help, Found this that may help. see link as well
The fuse box is held in place with the plastic nut you mentioned. Besides that, it is somehow stuck on a metal strip (maybe there's another one in the front section).
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Remove that nut (be careful not to loose it ),
Remove the nut, yes. Lift the weatherstripping nearest to the back arrow in the pic. It lifts right off. You will expose the metal clip and see that it is a simple compression clip. They can be quite a bear to lift off the metal lip and you may need a small prybar. Do NOT attempt to push the fuse box downward. The compression clip will prevent this absolutely. It must be pried upward and off the lip to which it is secured. At the front edge of the box there is a simple plastic guide groove that a tab fits into. It does not really hold anything down, it is merely there to assist in lining everything up on refitting. You can now lift the fuse box and move to one side. You cannot remove it entirely as the harness enters the bottom of the box and each wire is connected to the fuse/relay block.
I did not do the arrows, I am doing my best to try and help by researching some things/information, Unsure what is showing at the bottom of the first picture I sent, right near the black cable I see a rubber cover etc, I am very sorry as not there looking and rare to pull the fuse box so I am sending all the info i can find from my end
I sent a picture , the first one, lower side of the picture you see a cover etc this should be the nut, If you are not there looking, maybe best to get back when you are and take a picture of the box, top view and i can likely help guide you. I will opt out if you prefer , let me know, I am doing all I can to help with this
this is fine, take a few, thanks
I had sent this but in the picture you still have not pulled off the rubber weatherstrip so you have not done as I wrote, Please follow this as I had written, Thanks
Lift the weatherstripping . It lifts right off. You will expose the metal clip and see that it is a simple compression clip. They can be quite a bear to lift off the metal lip and you may need a small prybar. Do NOT attempt to push the fuse box downward. The compression clip will prevent this absolutely. It must be pried upward and off the lip to which it is secured.