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Locate the transmission after locating look for a tube with a dipstick in in make sure after you pull the stick the fluid is a red color it will say trans fluid with the car running and after removal of the stick wipe it clean replace it in the tube and remove it again the levels are marked on the stick
These codes relate to an electronic throttle body fault. Normally its from dirt, hardening oil deposits jamming the throttle body movement. Try cleaning the throttle body first before going down the replacement route.
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Open the trunk, from the inside remove the side trunk liner (by removing the plastic tabs the liner can be pulled back). Once the liner is pulled back you will need to remove two nuts which secure the tail light in place. Once the two nuts are removed you can start pulling the whole tail light assembly out. There are two other tabs that secure the tail light in place which may give you some resistance but the light should come out without too much force once the two nuts are removed. Once the tail light is out you can change whatever bulbs you need to.
tail light bulbs are replaced by removing the tail light housings. The housings are accessed by removing the nuts, the nuts are secured behind the inner trunk liner inside the trunk. Remove fasteners holding liner in place, remove 3 nuts for each housing(i believe it's 3 nuts if my memory serves me right), remove housing and replace bulbs
You need to be more specific about which rear light blows the fuse(interior,stop or tail). If the car has an aftermarket alarm or autostart I would look there first, they are usually installed poorly and create these types of problems.