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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Look for a box under the hood. It should be over a wheel well, or next to the fire wall. Once the lid is removed there will be a diagram of the fuses... Also check the main fuse box under the dash, might be there, but not likely.
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
The fuse junction block is located below the dash and
behind the right kick panel. There are three fuses
related to the headlights.
(1) fuse # f2.25 left headlight 10amp
(2) fuse # f2.23 right headlight 10amp
(3)fuse # f2.40 day running lamp/bcm/main light sw.
and multifuntion switch. 20amp.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 19, 2010
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SOURCE: where is the back up
The "reverse switch" or backup switch is part of the DTR ( Digital Transmission Range Sensor ) on the driver's side of the trans, about half way on the trans.
This has ( if memory serves me correctly ) 14 wires from it, as the neutral switch ( starting ) and reverse lamps are only part of the operation ( other parts include the SOTF for the 4x4 ).
Posted on Nov 09, 2010
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