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Strange . On drivers power windows / mirror console power mirrors stopped working. When I hit power lock all lock except front passenger door. Someone told me to see if cigar lighter works as on same fuse....


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The instrument panel fuse block access door is
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3 Steering Wheel Controls Back light
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7 Instrument Panel Back Lighting
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