Question about 2004 Nissan Frontier
I have checked the fuses...and they all look good.
Cannot figure this out for the life of me.
I'm guessing you re-seated the fuses in question. Sometimes reseating the fuses fixes the issue. You can also swap same color fuses with same amps to test them. The next step would be using a volt meter. As always, safety first.
It could be a fusible link. You can check all of them to see if they are blown. If you don't know what they look like, do a search in google and you'll see examples. Do you have a service manual? If not, maybe look for the service manual at the local library. Fusible links are about $3 to $5 at AutoZone. Dealers charge about $12 for them. As always, safety first.
Posted on Dec 24, 2008
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