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I am also curious but I have a spare tire, other stuff in my hatch storage area so I can't readily get to the rear fuse box.

My 77 VW Rabbit used to go through lots of Bosch-type fuses. I can't remember the last time I needed to replace a fuse in any of my recent vehicles.
 

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lol. Anyone know what the sidewall markings are on my tires? :)
reminds me of an old flying joke, Approach asks pilot (commercial jet) to slow to some relatively low air speed, something like 140 or less. Pilot, sarcastically "Do you have any idea what my approach speed is?", ATC, "No sir, suggest you ask your co-pilot, or consult your manual".
 
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Now if anyone can give a listing as to what the appropriate connector is to add to spare terminals on the 12v battery I would b ecstatic.

I have not seen anything like it yet.
 

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I wanted to add the note here, in case anyone else read this thread and thought "great, get Micro2 fuses"...

The rear fuse compartment definitely uses mini, not micro fuses. I am not sure if the fuses are different in the engine or instrument panel, as I haven't had to replace any fuses there... but I pulled a fuse from the rear compartment and measured it with a caliper, and it matches the listed dimensions of a mini fuse from this wikipedia page.
 

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The Wikipedia page doesn't show the low profile APS fuses, which are used by Toyota and probably other manufacturers as well. I took a photo:

 

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