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2004 Lesabre. Interior lights keep blowing fuse. Fuel guage and tach are not working.

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  • JanaMBaker Dec 09, 2008

    I have two Buick LeSabres. One is a 1997 and one is a 2004 and in neither one of them does the gas gauge read how much gas is in the tank.



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Have you replace the light if you have make sure it is the same voltage..if thats not it then you could have a short somewhere.

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