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There are three fuse's for alternator ! One in the under hood fuse box, F126 30amp, one in the central junction box F227 10amp an there is a 175 amp fuse or fusible link installed in the heavy gage wire from battery to the back of the alternator . Rather then tearing the vehicle apart looking for fuse's , take a volt meter an check the wires at the alternator an see if your missing voltage at any wires . Does the charge light or battery symbol light come on when you turn the key on ? If so you have eliminated one of the fuse .
Does your car have the `lamp out'indicator system? It's more complicated. My manual shows fuse #28 , a 15 amp fuse powers the brake bulbs.Is this the one you changed? A bulb can be out for a long time and you don't notice it,then the other burns out and you think they both went out at the same time,but they might not have,see? So check the bulbs and make sure you got that brake switch installed correctly. don-ohio (:^)
if the bulbs are good, then check the signal from the transmission range switch.you can check that at the bulb socket with the park brake set, the key on/engine off and put trans in reverse. use a test light and check power in the light socket. no power indicates bad fuse, bad wiring, or bad range switch.
For2000 Mercury Sable 3.0L EFI DOHC 6cyl the Flasher is located on front seating area, driver side, under dash, mounted in junction block.
Passenger compartment fuse panel The fuse panel is located below and to the left of the steering wheel by the brake pedal. Remove the panel cover to access the fuses. To remove a fuse use the fuse puller tool provided on the fuse panel cover. I suggtes check the next positions...
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So, this is not a 2000 Hyundai Sonata? I used to own a 2000 Honda Civic and I believe those lights get power from a fuse inside the fuse/relay panel located on the driver's side under the dash. Check all your fuses. If all fuses are good, you've got a wiring problem - check for power & ground at each bulb. Obviously, if you don't have power to them, it's a power distribution/wiring issue. If you do have power to them but no ground, it's still a wiring issue.
yes about the upper intake and the only way i know how to check the coils is with a engine anilyser or if the check engine light comes on then you can have the codes pulled and that will tell you which cylender is missfiring this engine has a indevidual coil for each spark plug so thares 6 of them and thay slide right down over the sparkplugs