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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Go to this site and pick owner guide on left task bar. Input your vehicle info then pick get owner guide.Then pick owner guide 1st printing and your fuse info begins on page 104
Posted on Apr 02, 2009
best bet is get a WIRING DIAGRAM. you should have current (12 volts) on both sides of the fuse that works the tailights.if not there is probably a broken wire or a shorted wire leading up to the fuse. you kinda need the wiring diagram so u can see in which order the current "flows" which will help point u in the right direction.
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
One of the coil packs are starting to go out. One way you can pin point it is to buy one coil pack and replace one. If it still misses keep moving the spare one to the next coil pack until you find it. If you take it somewhere to be fixed it will run about $275 for each coil pack and up from the dealer. If you do it yourself and some time cost will be $70 for a coil pack. I know cause I just went through the problem at 120,000 miles.
Posted on Jan 15, 2010
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