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300D-Correct Fuse Amperes.

As i look inside the fuse, there are numbers alloted for each fuse. how will i know if i have placed the correct fuse amperes? also, my glow plug located near the shifting gear sometimes dont light up upon start up together with the light on the right front. As i check the fuses, one was burnt or don't function well until i replaced it with a new one. This usually happens. what could be the reason? please help. thanks.
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As i look inside the fuse, there are numbers alloted for each fuse. how will i know if i have placed the correct fuse amperes? also, my glow plug located near the shifting gear sometimes dont light up upon start up together with the light on the right front. As i check the fuses, one was burnt or don't function well until i replaced it with a new one. This usually happens. what could be the reason? please help. thanks.
There should be a piece of paper under the cover specifying which fuse protects what.
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As i look inside the fuse, there are numbers alloted for each fuse. how will i know if i have placed the correct fuse amperes? also, my glow plug located near the shifting gear sometimes dont light up upon start up together with the light on the right front. As i check the fuses, one was burnt or don't function well until i replaced it with a new one. This usually happens. what could be the reason? please help. thanks.
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