FYI. I got the fuse out, the #12 fuse, as you instructed. The fuse was blown and I now have power/current to the pink wire as well as the red with the white tracer. Thank you so very much for your guidance, instruction and input. Just so you'll know. There are a total of 3 fuses in my fuse box that have some type of plastic cover or, kind of like a clip over them. Two of them, I can't remember what they serve or what no. They are are right next to each other and have identical yellow clips or covers over the fuses. The other one is fuse no. 12. But it has a black clip/cover. I pulled hard with a pair of needle nose and it finally came off and brought the red, 10 amp fuse with it. The fuse was down inside of the clip and the clip had two long legs, about 3/4 of an inch that reach down into and seat into holes/slots in the wall of the fuse panel. I have no idea why 12 has this cover. I'm not sure if I was able to convey the description very well, but wanted to try. It was a bit confusing and baffling. But, again I replaced the fuse and now have power and once again thanks so much !
Monday, June 22nd, 2009 AT 7:16 PM