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Old 04-27-2013, 02:42 PM   #1
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Which fuse for no-clutch start?

I remember i took it out of my old '05 but i cant recall which one. help.

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For an '00, don't you insert a fuse into the #10 slot behind the glove compartment door? It is described in your owner's manual.

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For an '00, don't you insert a fuse into the #10 slot behind the glove compartment door? It is described in your owner's manual.
Thanks. ill check on it. getting a Chilton's Tuesday.
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