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I have a 3006 maxima Nissan and my radio stopped working

If base radio, check 10A FUSE 6 in the junction block and 20A FUSE 31 in the fuse & fusible link box.

If Bose radio, in addition to 20A FUSE 31 in the fuse & fusible link box, check 10A FUSES 3, 4, 6, and 12 in the fuse block.

Mar 06, 2017 | 2006 Nissan Maxima

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My battery light is on. its a brand new battery. why is my battery like coming on?

Have you checked your fuses ? There is a 10 amp fuse in the fuse panel under the hood of the vehcile in the engine compartment. Below is a fuse layout diagrm for that fuse panel. I have marked the fuse you want to check if you haven't already (# 26). If the fuse is good make sure you are getting power at the main big wire attched to the alternator. You should have the same amout of power at that connector at the alternator as you do in the battery itself. That is a direct wire going to the battery but it does have a fuse link in that wire so if no battery power there you will need to locate that fuse link and replace it. Sorry I don't have a picture of the location of the fuse link. Hope it's just a simple fuse or fuse link and I hope I was able to help....


Feb 21, 2013 | 2001 Mercury Sable

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85 ford tempo injector curcit has no power, checked curit with nod light and did not get a power response. cloud you try to help

  • There is a fuse panel located behind the left hand side of the instrument panel. Check to see if the fuel injector fuse is good. Should the fuse look good then it is time to get out the multi meter or test light and diagnose the harness. I have put up a diagram and a description of the the points to check. Sometimes it comes down to diagnosing. Check the fuse first.

  • Fusible link C, Fusible link G, Fusible link J, Fusible link P, Fusible link R supply power to the EFI system.

  1. Fuse Link A: At LH Strut Tower.
  2. Fuse Link B: At LH Strut Tower.
  3. Fuse Link C: LH Side Of Engine Compartment, At Starter Relay.
  4. Fuse Link D: LH Side Of Engine Compartment, At Starter Relay.
  5. Fuse Link E: At LH Strut Tower.
  6. Fuse Link F: LH Side Of Engine Compartment, At Starter Relay.
  7. Fuse Link G: Front Of LH Strut Tower, In Tape Out To C107.
  8. Fuse Link H: At LH Strut Tower.
  9. Fuse Link J: LH Side Of Engine Compartment, At Starter Relay.
  10. Fuse Link P: LH Rear Of Engine Compartment, In Tape Out To C106.
  11. Fuse Link R: LH Side Of Engine Compartment, At Starter Relay.
  12. Fuse Panel: Behind LH Side Of Instrument Panel, Right Of Steering Column.

Regards, Tony

Apr 30, 2011 | 1985 Ford Tempo

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No voltage to the fuel pump. Vehicle stalled and would not start, no fuel pressure and could not here the pump when I turned the key on. Removed pump, checked and the pump is OK. Checked and had no...

Here is a picture of where the relay is. this is at the right fender area. Also, the fuse pump relay gets its main power from an orange fuse link, which is located at the starter relay....there is no "fuse" for the fuel pump...just fuse links. I would check the condition of all the fuse links at the starter relay. Replace any burned links with fusible link wire ONLY . You will also need to find out what caused the link to burn if this is the problem. Please also review this article: Where's The Fuse?


Mar 05, 2011 | 1989 Jeep Cherokee

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Someone boosted my 325i 06 bmw and now half my fuses dont work. No bmw dealer for miles can some one tell me is there a fuseable link or some thing that could be gone all heater controls windows wipers not...

In the trunk there is a few links to check and fuses, in the right rear where the battery is check for blown fuses or links also make sure the battery is good, why jump starting? also check in the left rear of the engine compartment and check fuses there, this sounds like the cables may have been hooked wrong.

Feb 28, 2011 | 2006 BMW 3 Series

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My ac/heater stopped working yesterday (2004 Honda Accord EX). I've read posting relating to the blower motor as the possible cause. I'm not sure which fuse controls this. I wanted to check this first....

Yes, I would check the 40A fuse for 'Heater Motor' but there may be another fuse under the dash that controls the ac/heater.

I would get a fuse tester from Walmart or a parts store included with a set of various fuses.

The fuse tester can be used to quickly test all of the fuses in a particular box in maybe 5 minutes of your time.

It's like a miniature test light that goes on when an energized fuse has a break in it. This saves a lot of time and the risk of putting the fuse back where it does not belong.
Inspect/Test/Replace There are three basic types of fuses in automotive use: blade, ceramic, and cartridge.
f14-353184.jpg Blade fuse, ceramic fuse, and cartridge fuse.
Occasional fuse failure can be due to a defective fuse. Corrosion on the end of the fuse can cause failure too.
The cartridge fuse is found on most older domestic cars and a few imports. To check this type of fuse, look for a break in the internal metal strip. Discoloration of the glass cover or glue bubbling around the metal end caps is an indication of overheating.
Late-model domestic vehicles and many imports use blade or spade fuses. To check the fuse, pull it from the fuse panel and look at the fuse element through the transparent plastic housing. Look for internal breaks and discoloration.
The ceramic fuse is used on many European imports. The core is a ceramic insulator with a conductive metal strip along one side. To check this type of fuse, look for a break in the contact strip on the outside of the fuse.
A visual check of the fuses in questions can sometimes show a burned fuse. Sometimes, a fuse can blow where it cannot be seen.
f37-193184.gif Test a questionable fuse with an ohmmeter.
All types of fuses can be checked with an ohmmeter or test light. if the fuse is good, there will be continuity through it.
When inspecting fuses, also inspect the fuse link:
  • Fuse link wire is covered with insulation that bubbles if a fuse link melts.
  • The blisters on the insulation indicate the failure in the fuse link.
  • If the insulation appears good, pull lightly on the wire.
  • If the link stretches, the wire has melted.
  • Of course, when it is hard to determine if the fuse link is burned out, check for continuity through the link with a testlight or ohmmeter.


Oct 29, 2010 | 2004 Honda Accord

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!998 chevy caprice classic starter solenoid wires are burnt

check all wires for bare spots and ensure all grounds are good .probably have short

Jul 10, 2009 | 1991 Chevrolet Caprice

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No electrical power 1994 S10 Pickup V-6 4.3 L

your fuse box is inside , lower left kick panel , check all fuses in there , then also in the engine compartment on the firewall around the middle is a junction block with like 2 fusible links , they need to be tested , and also 1 fusible link right off the positive side of the battery , test it also , if you don't have a test light for testing , you can kinda wiggle the fusible links and feel if they are limp and stretchy , that's not a good sign , you can buy replacement fusible links or fusible link wire from local parts store , depending on how much sparking happened you may have blown the fusible links . if you don't have a test light , pick one up at the parts house and learn to use it , it will be invaluable when it comes to testing this kinda of failure . cheers .

Jan 12, 2009 | 1994 Chevrolet S-10 Blazer

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1194 mitsubishi eclipse no turbo smallest engine

there is a fuse link at the positive side of the battery, you could check that one if it is still good. it is the small wire that goes to a clip then to another clip. about 3 inches long between clips is the fuse link.

if there is no fuse link then check all fuses at the fuse box near the battery. those are the power fuses.

tnx 4 using fixya,


Sep 30, 2008 | 2004 Mitsubishi Eclipse

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