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Just recently bought a 453 smart car that had been in a front end accident. In the process of rebuilding is and all goes well. One problem I just discovered the passenger headlight does not for some reason come on. I just tried the small fuse box in the glove box to see if the fuse maybe was blown. The two fuses I thought were the culprits showed good.
Now looking at the light bulb but that will wait until tomorrow.
I had an earlier question about how to access the fuse box. I discovered a small round finger grip on the right side but would not budge, I used a flat screw driver at the front of the cover and gently pried it and the cover are open.
Biggest problem I found was you better have a long nose set of needle nose pliers to pull fuses, My hand would not go in but the long pliers worked.
Marcel Bourgon - Santa Teresa, n.M.
2016 smart c ar passion
 

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You piqued my curiosity. So I went out to the garage and took some pictures.
You're so right. That glove box is designed only for gloves and nothing else.
At least I know how to open the fuse box cover now.


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