Question about 1998 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
I can't figure out which fuse I need change
Get a test light and check all the fuses. With the older Chevies the dash lights and tail lights use the same fuse. You can check all the fuses by touching the test light to each side of the fuse. If there is power to one side and not the other(of the same fuse) that tells you that there is energy getting to it but not coming out of it. Replace the fuse. If there is no power to the fuse at all that means that you haven't powered it up. Sometimes you have to activate power to the fuse by turning that device on.
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