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GET A GOOD FUSE TESTER TURN ON IGNITION SWITCH. TEST EVERY FUSE. 2 FUSEBOXES ONE UNDER THE HOOD, ONE INSIDE THE CAR. FUSES CAN BE TESTED WHILE IN THE BOX. FUSES HAVE TEST POINTS FACING OUT. POWER ON ONE SIDE, BAD FUSE, POWER ON BOTH SIDES, GOOD FUSE POWER ON NEITHER SIDE, SPARE FUSE.
It is located above your I/P fuse panel slightly to the right, and near your steering column, left side. You may need to drop your bottom dash panel to access it easily. It will take a 7mm wrench to drop the bolts under the steering wheel...you may need to do that all the way across the bottom dash, just remember how you took it off and don't loose any of the bolts. They go back the way they came out...a little bit of work, but it isn't bad.
James, Dash panel lights run off your parking lights. First thing to check Is the dial by your light switch to see if it is all the way down
To get a placard of your fuse layout, contact your local dealer parts department and they should be able to give you a print out for free.
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