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1992 mersaydies benz need to know which fuse to change for backlights

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Fuse location number 20 should be the radio fuse. It is a 7.5 amp fuse in the 1992 Ford Explorer. Diagnostic tool for cars.

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Changed a stereo turned the car on then my speedo and gas thing all had blown now it doesn't work trying to figure out where the fuses have blown can't seem to find it need help Mercedes Benz 1992 300


In the fuse box under the hood . If not an english mercedes then the fuse box will be found inside the hood on the same side as steering wheel Will have clips on the lid . Inside the lid the card in there will tel you the one for your radio . Also you should have one on the radio itself.

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My backlight is not working and i dont know which fuse to change


not sure what you mean by backlight.. reverse light ? rear dome light? trunk light? brake light? most likely its a bulb that has blown not a fuse... if its reverse lights then you may have a bad reverse switch not sending the signal to the lights.

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92 500sl- have fuse designation sheet for fuse box under hood but how do I tell the amp I need to use ...it does not state this


i have lost my fuze panel diagram paper from the back trunck of my 92 benz 500sl i need a copy.

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Fuse location for oil, fuel, and temp on 1992 benz 190 2.6l


If you have inspected all of the fuses in the main fusebox, and they are OK, your problem is going to lie inside the instrument cluster itself.

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My brake lights wont come on even when i have changed the bulbs and fuse, How do i fix this on a 1992 w140 benz?


prees the brakes and test the brake switch wire for power and u do have power there locate the brake module

Oct 13, 2009 | 1992 Mercedes-Benz Mercedes Benz S Class

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Mercedes 300 1992


You have to check ur idle speed controller, that is located at the back of battery protected by a plstic shield, remove the shield and remove a small controller located next to the computer compartment and check the fuse, the problem wd b solved by replacing the fuse otherwise u will have to replace the idle speed controller, if this will not fix the problem, ur computer has to be reset by company, hope this will fix the problem

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