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Both headlights stop working
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Fuse board you are looking for is at passenger side (left side) kick panel to the side of your feet. There's a fuse box in there -additional to the main one located in engine bay. Suggest getting a $5 (or less) test light (looks like a pen), connect one end onto a clean bolt (not painted), and push the pen end onto the tiny opening on the top of the fuse- if its good then a light comes on in the tool, if blown then u get nothing. Easier and faster than pulling every fuse out to check.
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
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Usually the fuse chart is in with the tool kit in the trunk underneath the carpet on left hand side. It will be held with velcro. The fuse chart has the fuse box locations on it as well. If not the fuse box locations are 1-in the trunk on the left side behind the little carpet panel. remove panel and then remove plastic cage looking cover and the padding. 2- on the drivers side of the dash. open door and remove cover. 3- in the engine compartment by the hood hinges. slide tabs and remove cover.
Posted on Oct 08, 2010
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