Probably, the best source for a replacement block is from a salvage yard. To replace the block is no easy project and should only be attempted by someone who has some automotive electrical skills. Replacement has to be done just "so", or you could wind up with more problems than you started with.
The bad fuse block may, or may not, be triggering your check engine light. The only way you will know is to have the computer scanned and see what codes are stored in memory. Hope I have helped you.
Monday, January 19th, 2009 AT 11:30 AM