I also had a great deal of trouble getting to the CCP 60 amp fuse, but I finally got the plastic cover off the fuse box under the driver's seat. (That was the hardest part for me. After tearing a fingernail trying to release the six plastic locking tabs, I finally got them loose using a pocket knife. If I had to do it again I'd bend a piece of metal into an L-shape to get under the tabs and pry them up.) I decided to replace the blown fuse with a copper strip and put a fuse in a fuse holder on the CCP lug. Now the fuse can be easily replaced if/when it blows. Hopefully I'll never have to get back into that fuse box again.