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there is one inside the car. 3 possible places; under the glove box, under the steering wheel or if you open the driver side door the corner of the dashboard usually triangular piece of plastic to remove
There are several fuses involved. I need to know which one(s). As for the taillights, the primary power source is 20A fuse 17 in the power distribution center. The tan/blk wire connects to the headlamp switch which, in park position, applies +12 volts through 10A fuse 7 in the junction block to the left tail light. The headlamp switch, in park position, also apples +12 volts through 10A fuse 23 in the junction block to the right tail light.
I need to know which fuse is blowing the instrument lights so you will have to follow up
The dash lights are on the same circuit as the tail lights so the operator will know the vehicles tail lights are not working. In almost all cases the problem is a blown fuse so check the fuse box. If new fuses continue to blow there is a wire grounding to the body. You will have to use a multimeter and check the wiring from the fuse block to the rear lights.