Why would you wear gloves if you have disconnected the battery ?Very good provided you:
But as you are asking the question I suspect that you'd be better going to a HEVRA garage and getting them to do it for you. You'll be a few £ worse off but still alive.
- Wear high voltage electrically insulated gloves
- Disconnect the traction battery first
The other question is, if it is the fuse that has blown, why did it blow? It is unlikely to be for no reason and replacing the compressor isn't as simple.