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My license plate light wont work. i have bought a

My license plate light wont work. i have bought a new light casing and bulbs but can't figure out the problem. Also I dont have the labels for the fuse box to know which fuses are for which. Everything else works on the 96 dodge caravan se except my cruise control can someone help me?

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  • gerry bissi May 11, 2010

    check owner manual for fuse chart

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To replace the fuse without the diagram, just look closley at the fuses and look for the one that appears melt. The little wire filament will appear melted.

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