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A spark came from interior fuse/relay panel. After that nothing seem to be working on the interior fuse/relay panel. I check all of the fuses, and all seem to be in working order.. What else could be

I add a rear back up light to my vehicle using the power source from the interior relay/fuse panel as my main power source.. Everything was working fine until I turn the power on in the vehicle. I heard a spark come from that area. So I turned the vehicle off. When checking to see of everything was okay inside the vehicle. I noticed that noting was working inside of the vehicle. Such as the interior light,radio,heater,etc. what can I do to fix it..

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First you need to remove whatever you added to the fuse panel, then check the mega fuse in the underhood fuse panel, you may have blown that. Below is a picture of its location. If it is OK, you will need to have a professional diagnose your electrical system.

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Fig. 1: Typical fuse box and panel locations and configurations


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