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88' Buick Park Avenue the Climnate control is not working.

On my 88' Buick Park Avenue, the climnate control panel is not working, the power locks and windows are not working on most of the doors and the turn signals are not working and the side panel lights are not working, the horn is not working. Any suggestion would be helpful.

Also, where is the fuse box locate on this car.

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Well just guessing here that you think it's a fuse, or fuse's because you're looking for the fuse panel.
I can almost certainly say it's not the fuses, as each of the problems you've described are run off separate fuses. Unless this car was just bought, The fuses may of been removed. If this is the case, I BELIEVE the fuse panel in this car is located on the left hand side, between the door and the dash.

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