The fuse box inside of your vehicle contains all of the fuses that protect the electrical circuits. It also contains a handful of circuit breakers as well. It functions just like the fuse box in your home and can be used to toggle the flow of electricity on and off in the same way you can with your fuse box at home. It is likely that your vehicle contains multiple fuse boxes and their location will vary depending on the make and model of your vehicle.
Signs of a bad fuse box
- Failing electrical circuits
- Smokey smell near the area of the fuse box
Fuse box maintenance
If you are experiencing any sort of electrical issues with your car, get your fuse box examined by a car care professional right away. Do not attempt to repair the fuse box yourself as electrical work can be quite complex and dangerous if you are not properly trained. Your car care professional might replace your fuse box at which point they will check to make sure the issue is resolved and there is no corrosion on any of the electrical connections.
The best way to get maintenance done on your car’s fuse box is to book your appointment through CarAdvise. CarAdvise makes car care simple and guarantees that you will pay less than retail price on all car maintenance services.