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Fuse has not blown but these items are not working which suggests a blown fuse as they are linked via a 20 amp fuse
You could still have a short somewhere,In the wireing or a pinch or broken wire,
Posted on Nov 06, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
disconnect head lights, and replace fuse. Then turn the light back on to see if it blow a fuse again. if not, plug on light in at a time. You might have a bad headlight???? then unplug that one if nothing happens. Then plug the other one in. It could also be a bad taillight bulb. I have had bad tail light bulbs. Do all of them, one at a time.
Posted on Feb 14, 2009
I had the same problem today and checked all the fuses that I thought might be related to the ignition or radio. All of them looked fine, so I finally went through and checked all of the fuses. The culprit ended up being the 10 amp fuse in the interior fuse box. The owner's manual lists this one as the "Room" fuse, which I guess might translate to "cabin." In any case, everything is working fine after I replaced the blown 10 amp fuse with the spare from the fuse box.
Posted on May 09, 2009
There is a short curcuit in the circuit that fuse protects. Is the radio original equipment or is it an aftermarket radio that has been replaced before? If it has been "worked on" by anyone lately or is not OEM, I would concentrate some there 1st to find the wire being "grounded or shorted". Also, check the door switches to see if they are loose or causing a wire to short against the door jamb. If you can't find the cause of the short, take it to an ASE certified electrical specialist, they will know how to diagnose and repair it. Electrical problems are extremely difficult to diagnose without seeing the car and therefore the price to fix the problem would be difficult to predict as well. But a specialist would likely find the problem in the least amount of time, and though their rates may be higher/hour, the outcome may still be quite a bit lower because they will find the problem faster due to their higher competence. Best wishes!
Posted on May 10, 2009
its very easy and straight forward the fuse box (cover) has all the list of fuses check for pwr lock clock int light might be 1 fuse for all or two good luck
Posted on May 18, 2009
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