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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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If it's where most silverado's have it, open driver door, on the side of the dash, there is a panel door, behind it are the fuses, there is another fuse block under the hood, a black box.

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Body control module. Costly part and then you spend more to have it programmed. I would live without it untill other things quit working, Which may or may not ever happen.

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Where is the interior light relay on 2001 ford windstar


Your interior lights are controlled by the GEM - generic electronic module !
Battery Saver The battery saver relay is controlled by the generic electronic module (GEM) and is located in the fuse junction panel. The battery saver relay is designed to supply B+ voltage to the following:
  • dome and map lamp switches
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The function of the battery saver relay is to prevent excessive battery drain by interior lighting circuits. The GEM supplies a ground signal to the battery saver relay anytime one of the wake-up inputs of the GEM is activated to operate the battery saver relay. A wake-up command is sent when:
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  • the ignition key is inserted or removed.
  • the ignition switch is turned from OFF to RUN.
  • the ignition switch is turned from OFF to ACC.
  • a wake-up request is received from the remote anti-theft personality (RAP) module (if equipped).
  • The GEM will maintain the ground input with ignition in RUN or for 40 minutes from the last input activation with ignition in the OFF position. After 40 minutes the ground signal is discontinued.
This de-engergizes the battery saver relay preventing B+ voltage supply to the controlled switches and circuits.
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  • Short to power.
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  • Generic electronic module.
  • GO to Pinpoint Test AF .
PINPOINT TEST AF: COURTESY LAMPS ON CONTINUOUSLY AF1 PRELIMINARY CHECKS
  • Check connections for clean tight fit.
  • Check for loose or damaged wires.
Do components and wiring check OK? Yes No GO to AF2 . SERVICE or REPLACE as required. GO to AF2 . AF2 CHECK CIRCUIT 53 (BK/LB)
  • Remove interior lamp relay.
  • Measure voltage at interior lamp relay connector Pin 87, Circuit 53 (BK/LB).
Is voltage greater than 0 volts? Yes No SERVICE Circuit 53 (BK/LB) for short to B+. RESTORE vehicle. RETEST system. GO to AF3 . AF3 CHECK CIRCUIT 434 (LB/BK)
  • Measure resistance between interior lamp relay connector Pin 85, Circuit 434 (LB/BK) and ground.
Is resistance 5 ohms or less? Yes No SERVICE Circuit 434 (LB/BK) for short to ground. RESTORE vehicle. RETEST system. REPLACE interior lamp relay. RESTORE vehicle. RETEST system. Interior lamp relay is located in the Instrument panel fuse box .
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Sounds like you have a bad fuse, and or maybe a bad relay in your dash panels. Start by looking up the fuses that affect your sunroof, then work out to the other issues. On my Ford, there is a bad relay that affects my power windows, my radio, and my interior lights. Sometimes more than one fuse is related to a system, so check all the fuses before trying relays.

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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


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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Do you has an after market (non-factory) alarm system?
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Locate and check the alarm module's inline fuse(s) and relay(s)
Open covers and check every dome light bulbs.
Clean the door and rear hatch electrical contacts.
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1994 Mazda MX-6 2.0L MFI DOHC 4cyl

Circuit Braker
A bimetal circuit breaker is located in the joint box, which is just above the interior fuse panel. This circuit breaker protects the rear window defrost circuit and is the plug-in type.

Fuses
The main fuse block is located inside the left side of the engine compartment near the battery. There is also an interior fuse panel located just above the left side kick panel.

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CAUTION Never replace a blown fuse with one of a higher rating. Severe damage to the vehicle, electrical harness and components, as well as personal injury or even death could occur.
Main Fuse Block
(see Figure 1)
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
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Fig. 1: Remove the fuse box cover, located in the engine compartment, to access the main fuses for the vehicle
  1. Unhook the lock tab from the main fuse block cover and open the cover.
  2. Pull the fuse from the main fuse holder.
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The interior fuses simply unplug from the fuse panel. Use the fuse puller tool provided with your car to remove fuses from the panel. The tool is located on the back of the interior fuse panel cover.


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The main relay box is located on the upper left-hand side of the firewall (bulkhead). There is also a relay box mounted inside the vehicle under the left side of the instrument panel.

Relay Replacement
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  3. If replacing a relay at the interior relay box, simply unplug the relay.
  4. Installation is the reverse of the removal procedure.

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


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