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Fuse Box

Discussion in 'Roadster: Technical' started by stenkb, Jan 9, 2011.

  1. stenkb

    stenkb Roadster 938 Model S 5957 Model X ?

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    Is the fuse box in the dash on the passenger side? If so, is there any special tool to use to open the plastic cover? Looks like a flat screwdriver may work but thought I should ask first before attempting.

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  2. stenkb

    stenkb Roadster 938 Model S 5957 Model X ?

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    Flat screwdriver works. And yes that is the fuse box. Figured it out (in case anyone wondered hehe)
     
  3. suxxer

    suxxer ElektroVolt

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    Here's the fuse box

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  4. stenkb

    stenkb Roadster 938 Model S 5957 Model X ?

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