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No running lights, no trunk lights,no dome lights, where is the fuse for all this location thank you
I suggest to check in the Owners Manual ( www.hmaservice.com ).
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is a interior fuse block (or fuse panel) on both sides of this vehicle AND one in the engine compartment.
I believe the fuse you're looking for is in the panel on the RIGHT side of the vehicle, marked " F - INT. LPS"
To gain access to this panel, simply remove the fuse panel door on the end of the dash.
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
SOURCE: 1998 nissan maxima fuse location
bacon79: inside the car, in front of your left knee in the fuse block you are interested in looking at.
Remove the cover. You will see 3 rows of "ATO" type fuses arranged in a vertical fashion.
Often they will put a number to the right of the fuse.
In your specific case, you are interested in the center row of fuses.
Look at the top fuse which should be a 7.5 amp and the number next to it should be "26". Anyway, if you remove this fuse and look through it, it will either be burned through the center, have a hairline crack, or be solid. If it is the later and the dome light doesn't work, let me know and I'll see if I can help you.
Posted on Apr 26, 2009
First of all, I have no IDEA what a 'flasher fuse thingy' is. I suppose if you want to start replacing components without determining they are the cause of the problem, I think you should start with the battery and work your way to the rear tail lights. OR, you could have the problem properly diagnosed and then you'd know exactly what's wrong with your vehicle and precisely what's needed to fix it. Ya think?
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
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