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Where is the 2nd fuse panel for a 1992 Buick Roadmaster?

I checked the panel by the dashboard. They are all fine. My problem is my tail lights and dashboard lights went out.

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    THERE IS NO OTHER FUSE PANEL.

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Their is it under the hood on ur pasenger side there to small boxes but i dont tink thats ur problem i tink its ur light relay fuse that whent out i had the same problem good luck

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Check Under the hood, there should be a large power distribution box in there that contains relays and large amp fuses

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