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Rear park lights and dash lights stopped working. Would this just be a fuse? Where is the fuse box? Thanks

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The fuse box seems to be under the hood.
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FUSE BOX LOCATIONS


1 at USA drives left toe. (bingo)
it has 2, both are show in the operators guide, lost that>?
get one, not be stranded of silly things?
all answer usa
parks dead in rear of car and front parks
and all dash parks dead too? Dash is called dimmable illumintation
but is park. non the less,
so only th tails are dead?

$4 to read it here. or DL.
https://suzukipitstopplus.com/Category/3-suzuki-service-manuals.aspx

front cab box is in cab.
engine bay box PDC is in same.

the fsm shows fuse 10 , clearly marked, TAIL
did you look yet, or just want us to do that for you?>

when you turn on parks
fuse 10 feeds power to HL relay 1, and it closes with HL switch on , park , or full on.HL
this relay runs all parks, Front, rear and side, lights.





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Mar 13, 2015 | 1999 Suzuki Vitara

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Have no rear parking lamps or dash lights when


In that car the fuse for the rear lights is also the same fuse for the dash lights. They did that so you would know when your tail light were out. Replace the fuse.

Apr 03, 2010 | 1995 Pontiac Bonneville

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98 ford windstar no dash and tail lights


you have to check all fuses with a test light both fuse boxes under hood and under dash... if good next to look for is the light switch itself... has any radio work been done to the lately... if so alot of times hooked up wrong will blow park fuse as one of the wires to radio is the park voltage to tell radio to dim down some

Sep 06, 2009 | 1998 Ford Windstar

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Toyota Siena 2000, Front and rear marker light stop working


I GUESS YOU MEAN THE PARK LIGHTS ARE OUT.... DOES THE DASH STILL LIGHT UP...CHECK THE FUSE BOX OR WHAT THEY CALL POWER DISTRIBUTION BOX UNDER HOOD....WITH TEST LIGHT CHECK ALL FUSES TO CONFIRM GOOD.......ALSO HAS THE BEEN ANY RADIO EQUIPMENT INSTALLED LATELY... I FIND THAT SOME POOR INSTALLATIONS CAUSES FUSE BLOWING LET ME KNOW

Sep 01, 2009 | 2001 Toyota Sienna

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High beam headligts will not come on + no dash


Sounds like a bad switch to me. If it was a relay,it would not work period.Not to mention, the switch controls the dash lights too.

Jun 22, 2009 | Mazda MX-6 Cars & Trucks

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1994 grand Am Dash & Rear Lights


Check all the fuses, if they're ok then check the switch or wiring, it might be that the wire running from the switch to the park / dash lights is fried. Does the front park lights work? (turn switch to first click, not second one. This is park lights, second click is full on headlights) Your park and dash lights are probably all connected to a single wire from the switch via the fuse box.

Jun 07, 2009 | 1994 Pontiac Grand Am

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DRL WORK BUT NO TAIL LIGHTS OR DASH LIGHTS AT NIGHT


I FIXED THIS ISSUE IN MY CASE. NOT TOO HARD IN A FEW MINUTES.

I didn't know there was another fuse box in the crevice of opening the passenger door. It helped when I found that out in the owners manual.

Narrowed things down by checking to see if I had rear parking/running lights since I heard this was also the dash light fuse.
*I did not have these rear parking lights coming on, just when I would apply the brake*

Sure enought that 15A fuse was blown, its in the passenger side box. I heard in my searching for a fix that this fuse also controlled dash lights. Sure enough it does! ( I have 2000 base model 3.4 impala)

SO, Things worked after that, UNTIL I MOVED MY ASH TRAY IN AND OUT A FEW TIMES!!

The dash lights flickered a bit when I moved the ashtray in and out and after a few times I heard a POP! and no more dash lights just like before. Fuse was blown, and I didn't have another 15A that wasnt plugged in making something work. My ashtray light had not been working for the last while by the way.

SO, I pulled out a 15A fuse from the the slot that said CIG on the passenger side, I never use the 12v ports anyway. (used it for the rear parking light/dash light slot to get the dash lights working again.)

*But, the dash lights looked a little lazy, meaning I could see a bit of a powerup happening over 1-2 seconds to full illumination*

SO. then I went in the book and found out what fuses that had anything to do with the ash/aux outlet sliding tray which was good at popping the fuse that lit up the dash. I wanted to disable the ashtray light and 12V ports in the tray to be safe.

I already pulled the appropriate 15A fuse on the passenger side which I used to bring the dash and rear parking lights back. But also, I decided to remove the 10A fuse on the drivers side that was for the accessory outlet. ( it might have been labelled CIG?)

Dash lights come on fast and solid now, sliding the tray does not have an influence or cause flickering.

My car is old enough that I don't care about having to rearrange fuses to make things work, If end up needing the 12v ports I can put the 10A fuse back in since the tray needs to be held open anyway.

I hope this helps.

May 10, 2009 | 2001 Chevrolet Impala

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No parking lights in rear, fuses are good,. bulbs are good?


do the dash board lights come on?
are the relays working? ( in the fuse box usally)

Apr 20, 2009 | 1995 Eagle Talon

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