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Q: Fuses taken out of car

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Fuses were taken out of my car.

Hi. If you are missing fuses from your car, then they need to be replaced with the correct fuse size. You do not want to use anything but the recommend fuse size as that can cause some serious safety issues. In order to know exactly which fuses go into which slots, you will need your owner’s manual. If you go to the index and look up fuses, they will tell you exactly which fuse sizes go where. If you are not comfortable with doing this type of repair, have a certified mechanic, like one from YourMechanic, replace the fuses and inspect other electrical components for damage.

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