Why is it that auto manufacturers, from the beginning of the industry to the present day, decide to bury the fuse panel in such places that are impossible to see and reach? Even today's aftermarket harnesses copy the idea of hiding the fuses. I've owned some (foreign) cars that had easily accessible trap doors to get to the fuses, but my American cars require the flexibility of a contortionist and the eyes of an eagle just to change (or even just check)a fuse. I can't say how much I hate crawling under there and how many times I "cricked" my neck under there. No wonder so many guys hate auto electrical work. I can only figure that they wanted the consumer to be left in the dark (excuse the pun). But seriously, wanted to stop people from messing with the fuses, either to leave it to the professionals, or to prevent home made disasters.