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Special: amp fuse..hood..battery cables..This is on a 95 Accord

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Where can I find the 100 amp fuse located under the hood directly behind where the battery cables go into the box? Is it something that an auto parts store carries or do I need to special order it? This is on a 95 Accord. Also, if this is blown due to jumper cables being backwards, and just before blowing, the horn sounded.....what are the chances of other things being blown? If there's a good chance...what things? Looking at 2 of the small fuses in that box , they showed no damage, but I haven't checked them all. And lastly, WHO PUTS A RED TERM. CABLE CLAMP ON THE NEG SIDE??!!!!
Submitted: 8 years ago.
Category: Honda
Expert:  HondaPlatinum replied 8 years ago.
YEs you most likely blew the main block fuse its located in the fuse box under left side of engine
Customer: replied 8 years ago.
That I'm sure of. What I'm not sure of is where (parts store/order?) to find a replacement or if it may have caused more shorts (relays, etc.). I am concerned about this because of the horn blowing immediately before the shutdown because I know the horn has nothing to do with the 100 amp fuse. What generally happens in this instance if it's NOT just the 100 amp fuse?
Expert:  HondaPlatinum replied 8 years ago.
Its most likely the fuse parts stores will carry it as for the horn have seen that before when jumping backwards most likely just the fuse blew the system is set up for that fuse to blow not casuing other damage
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Customer: replied 8 years ago.
Good. I figured that 100 was strategically placed for a reason, but that horn had me paranoid. I just wanted to check. As you can tell by the red NEG clamp, me and Murphy go way back, so I like to plan ahead these days. :) Thanks for the help.
Expert:  HondaPlatinum replied 8 years ago.
No problem have a good nite