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Old 01 Feb 2013, 12:31 am
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Default how to repair a blown fuse on a 1991 honda prelude?

how to repair a blown fuse on a 1991 honda prelude?
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Old 01 Feb 2013, 12:46 am
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open the fuse box and look for the one with the little metal bar or wire that, if not burned up, shows a break in continuity.
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Old 01 Feb 2013, 01:09 am
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Well the 91 prelude as with most cars will have at least two fuse boxes. One under the hood and one under the steering wheel near the foot pedals. On the cover of the fuse box will usually show a diagram telling you which fuse is for what. But when replacing the fuse, make sure it's of the same amp rating. You should buy one of those small boxes that come with a variety different size of fuses. Because it always helps to have extra fuses on the side.
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