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I have a Honda CRV 2009, got a problem with CMBS failure lamp after having a problem with my car trailer. I think it can be a electrical problem but cannot find the correct fuse

Electrical problem with the CMBS unit

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fuses are usually in the glove box or under the drivers dash or under the drivers side hood either physically inspect every fuse by pulling them one by one or the aid of a test light and a good ground to the test light

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Posted on Feb 19, 2010

SOURCE: WHERE IS HONDA CRV TAIL LAMP FUSE

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i have provided the picture showing the location of tail lamp fuse for Honda. I have marked it too for your reference. Please rate my solution as helpful.Have a nice day!7c6a615.jpg

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