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Hi Scott, as long as you can but it back together where the bolts make contact with the tabs of the fuse and fuse box it should function properly.
In order to avoid blowing any fuses while working on it just disconnect the negative battery cable.
Let me know how things go.
Hi Scott you defintely need the 120 amp fuse for it's amp rating. It may also be longer check the new oens length against the 80 you have currently.
As for getting piece out try some needle nose pliers or a pick. PArts stores have pick sets pretty cheap usually.
As for the black and yellow device, I'm not sure could you upload a picture?
I apologize for the delay, there were bad storms here and we lost power.
The part is an air bag sensor, it would be best to reinstall it. With that in mind ABS components at the very least need to be soldered in and heat shrinked as the system is sensitive to voltage drops.
Can you post a picture of what you're dealing with in the fuse box?
Let me know how I can help further. Your satisfaction and helping resolve your issue is my goal.