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The "rear" fuse box/panel isn't below or under the back or rear seat. It's basically located behind kind of underneath the drivers front seat. Just remove that cover in the picture to expose the fuse panel.
Posted on Jul 17, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You will need to check the contacts where the bulb inserts for arcing, causing a short. Test for power and ground at the conn. 2 b sure you have power there. If this is the case you will need to replace the light assembly.
Posted on Aug 15, 2009
Rear fuse box is under the seat bottom, rear seat (middle row) on the driver's side. There is a plastic cover over the top of it that snaps into place.
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
I have front and rear a/c. The air is blowing in the back but not in the front. Don I have 2 blowers/units. Could this be a fuse?
Posted on Jul 15, 2010
SOURCE: the power door locks stopped
Sounds like body computer is malfunctioning or the module that controls the door locks lost it's program.Disconnect the battery for few minutes then reconnect and check.In some cases this resets the system computer and all starts working.But if that does not helps then problem has to be checked with the power door lock system.Either a power door lock actuator or the power door lock switch.
Usually the most common problems with power door locks are the actuators. They are small electric motors used to lock and unlock the car doors when activated by a switch or remote. Like any electric motor sooner or later it will fail. Replacing an actuator involves removing the interior door panel for access. Some are part of the door latch and some are independent.
Either way, door lock actuators need to be replaced if they are buzzing, working only in one mode or are not working at all. if the problem is with the door lock actuator or just the switch. If a All the door locks, only work when locking and NONE of them work to unlock, then the switch is most likely the cause.
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Posted on Sep 03, 2010
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