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Electric Steering Fuse?

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On 2/13/2020 at 6:04 PM, Dudaronamous said:

Wow, I had no idea those existed.  That definitely would work.  I ended up replacing the fuse block, hooked it all up and power steering is back!  I haven't noticed anything NOT working so far.

Thanks!!!

What exactly did you do to fix the issue?  I had the same thing happen with the wrench while I was changing my battery.

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6 hours ago, DanJS10 said:

What exactly did you do to fix the issue?  I had the same thing happen with the wrench while I was changing my battery.

Had to replace the entire fuse block (see photo).  No local autoparts stores had the part or even seemed to know what it was when I gave them the part number.  I called the dealer and they had one in stock.  It cost me about $130.  Once it was installed the steering worked normally and there were no other problems.  If I'd been more patient I could have waited for carnau's response above and maybe installed the littelfuse and holder for much less money.

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6 hours ago, Dudaronamous said:

Had to replace the entire fuse block (see photo).  No local autoparts stores had the part or even seemed to know what it was when I gave them the part number.  I called the dealer and they had one in stock.  It cost me about $130.  Once it was installed the steering worked normally and there were no other problems.  If I'd been more patient I could have waited for carnau's response above and maybe installed the littelfuse and holder for much less money.

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Thanks for the reply. Do you happen to have a part number?

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I believe I used the part number on the existing part.  I googled “battery fuse block 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe” and found numerous choices.  Best to verify by entering your vehicle information on whichever website you’re searching on.

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