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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
there is another fuse box under the dash on the driver side. if you have your manual, look up the fuse positions in it and find the proper fuse. if i read your ad properly you have no power to the radio or cigarette lighter. this circuit is on one fuse in the fuse box under the drivers side dash
Posted on Dec 24, 2008
Best suggestion is to go to your local library and get the Chilton's or Haynes manual and photo copy it for like 10 cents.
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
SOURCE: brake lights not working
Here are the numbers on your fuseblock and fuses coresponding to the number that is on your fuse block.
1-20 amp (yellow)
2-10 amp (red)
back up lights, A/C clutch cycling Switch
3-30 amp (green)
4-30 amp (yellow)
A/C or heater blower motor
5-20 amp (yellow)
Panel Lights, Side marker lights, Park, Taillights, Clock & radio display Intensity, License & panel lights.
#6-10 amp (red)
Stoplight, buzzers, Anti-lock brake module
#7-15 amp (lt. Blue)
Tachometer, horn & Relay
#8-8 amp (yellow)
Power Door locks
#9-10 amp (red)
#10-10 amp (red)
Rear Wheel Anti-lock module, Turn Signals
#11-20 amp (Yellow)
Windshield wiper & washers
#12-15 amp ( LT. Blue)
#13-5 amp (tan)
Speed Control, warning buzzers, gauges, indicator lights
#14-5 amp (tan)
Time/delay relay & under-hood light, dome light, power mirrors, readio & clock Memory, Interior lights, reading lights
#16-4 amp (pink)
Radio Lights & overdrive switch light 1989-91, Cluster lights, Cigarette Lighter light & as tray light, Cluster lights, A/C & heater controls.
Hazard Flasher warning
Turn signal Flasher
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
The oil sending unit on a 318 is behind the distribuiter cap. Good luck finding it the best way I found was to remove the cap. Your temp sensor is buy the thermostat at the fromt of the motor. Give me a few days and I will make up a list for your fuse box.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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