there may be a difference, depending on which size fuse. By size I mean there are tiny mini fuses that are smaller than the 10 amp fuse you would be looking for. Do you have an auto zone or an advanced auto near you? you don't want the mini fuses. I wish I had a pic of the mini ones , but I don't. You can tell though, they are really small.
The fuses you want to get are about 3/4" in width across the top where it reads 10
they're in there pretty tight. If you have a pair of needle nose use them, carefully! ONLY touch the plastic on the fuse and gently wiggle it as you pull up. ry and grab the fuse in the middle, right where it has the number 10. Don't stick the plyers in too far because you run the rick of making contact with the fuse panel itself and shorting out the system. Do this with the keys out of the ignition.
not so much click, but it should have gone in as tight as it was comming out. Was it hard to push in at first when you went to put the new fuse in? Or was it real easy to put the new one in, with little to no resistance at all?
I'm a bit confused as to what you are doing. On the 2005 model, my manual says there is only one fuse for the high beams. Is your high beam fuse blown and you are trying to replace the high beam fuse? If you have two high beam fuses, is only one of the high beams working (typically if there are two fuses, there is one for each side)?
Are you sure the fuse(s) are bad? Typically you can tell a fuse is blown by looking at it, but earlier you said you couldn't get it out, which implies you have not inspected it.
A few more details as to the actual problem and situation and we might be able to provide better help.
were the old fuses you pulled blown? There is a little filiment inside the fuse connecting the spades. When you look through the fuse you will see l~l , for lack of a better drawing. lol the l=the spades that go into the fuse panel, and the ~=the "filiment" that connects them. if the ~ part is broken then you have a bad fuse.
Have you checked the bulbs? They may have burnt out. It's common for a multi filiment bulb to have one go and not the other. Mine are always doing it, especially with the silverstar bulbs