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there are three fuse's for the ( pcm ) powertrain control module ! engine brain ! two are in the under hood fuse/relay junction block.
it is marked pcm / batt. fuse.10 amp. the other is pcm / ign fuse 10 amp. and then there is one in the let hand instrument panel fuse box. open the driver door at the end of the dash pull off end panel, fuse box behind there. fuse is marked pcm / acc 10amp .
now what is the problem your having ? i can help !
There are three fuses involved, all of which are in the fuse box in the dash.
15amp radio hvac powers the control module on the dash.
10amp hvac also powers the module.
30amp high blower fuse powers the blower motor only.
Check your owners manual for details.
Check your fuses. The dash lights are on a different fuse. Also check dimmer switch. If its not one, then it is the other. Try working dimmer switch quickly back and forth( with the lights on when it's dark so you can see if they come on).
check the bulbs for the backup lights. Compare the wattage on the bulbs with what your owner's manual calls for. Or ask at a parts store what the wattage should be. "super bright" back-up bulbs at higher wattages than normal can cause this to happen.