This is my 3rd posting about this car. The interior lights, as well as the hood land trunk lights don't work. Also the reading lights in the rear view mirror are not working, I saw the trunk light coming on when I popped it once so I am not sure if this is a wiring problem, or fuse problem
If you look closely the fuses may be labled right on the fuse panel or on the cover. it's never a bad idea to carry spare fuses in your glove box. but fuses are a one off ... they are either intact or blown.... changing all of them while effective won't make them last longer. If you live near a dealership go in and visit the parts guy/gal and explain how you can't figure out the fuses and if they could give you a photocopy from the service manual... it's worked for me on a few occasions be polite though.
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Remove the neg. cable and attach a test light to the battery, one end on the battery terminal one connected to the neg. cable, (vice grips work well) shut the doors and remove each fuse one at a time or if not possible then remove a fuse and shut the door evrey time, always put the fuse back in it's respective slot, when the test light goes out, that circuit is the electrical draw, this will locate what circuit is the problem, check glove box light, trunk, hood, interior lights, ect
it prolly has an electroinic lowering device that lowers the trunk try pushing the pop the trunk button a few times and shutting it hard and if that dosent work try a fuse should say about it in the owners manual
Parasitic drain? If so, did they run a test light on the negative terminal? Unhook the negative battery cable, run a test light between the negative battery post and the negative (removed) cable end. Does the light come on? If so, remove each fuse, one at a time, when you hit the circuit that is draining, the light will go off.
I have a 95 Buick Roadmaster and it was doing the same thing. It was a broken light in the trunk, the bulb was out, but the electricity was still there. The wire became damaged when my daughter overloaded the trunk. Just a couple of ideas...