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Electrical Problem It seems a fuse or something has blown. The doors don't lock unless the keys are in the ignition, the radio doesn't work, the antenna doesn't go down, the trip odometer resets every time I stop the car and the door open light stays on. I bought the car used and it didn't come with an owner's manual. I have 141,000 miles on it. Sweet little '99 626 5-speed that gets almost 40 mpg. Any other advice on how to keep Bella (that's her name) going another 100,000 miles? Thanks, Daphne

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  • Anonymous Nov 15, 2008

    tried all the fuses but no luck. any other advice?



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Oh Daphne! Bella needs some care... first check the fuse related to radio,it usually protect radio and antenna motor.The trip odo problem can be located inside the dash so you have to emove it and check the macanism that runs the odometer.About the doors lights look down at the door stricker area and you'll find a push-in switch,it is pushed by the door each time you closed,check if any of those is damage and letting the lites on.hope you solve all Daphne,Buena suerte!

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