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Usually or in my experience the dash lights and the brake lights are on the same fuse, But usually the diagram for the fuse box is on the back of the Fuse panel cover, each fuse is labeled with a number according to the fuse position, and what it does is usually vaguely abbreviated, but is not to hard to figure out in most cases. All manufacturers abbreviate slightly different, if you post make and model of vehicle along with the problem we can usually get a diagram for you. Also if the diagram is not on back of cover or near the panel somewhere it almost always is in the owners manual, Which I can usually get a copy of if I know Make Model and Year.
Hi Oscar. You've more than likely just blown a fuse. Look in your owners manual or fuse box cover for which fuse is for the dome light. It may be listed as curtesy lamps, interior lamps, map light or something along those lines. Good luck.
I am not positive on a Buick. But I can narrow your search down... the 3 letter abbreviation next to slot for the fuse on the box will end with L. xxL. It shouldn't hurt to pull them out one by one though with the key in Position 1. When the lights go out. you pulled the right fuse. (Just make sure to put them back in , ONE by one, only remove one at a time, replace it.. etc. Just as a word of warning, the floor lights might be on the same circuit as your Shift stick gear indicator (if you have an automatic), so after removing the fuse.. you MIGHT lose those lights as well. All 3 of my firebirds have circuits set up in this fashion.
Fuses don't have #'s, they come in amperage ratings.
On the fuse box, or under side of cover, it should have the abbreviation (crtsy) lights, or simular. It shouldn't be anymore than a 10 to 20 amp fuse. The amperage is marked on the fuse.
There are two locations for fuses. One is located under the hood and the other is located under the dash on the passenger side. Both have abbreviations letting you know what each fuse is. So depending on your problem will determine where you need to replace/troubleshoot. Some accessories do have fuses located in both locations so its up to you to make sure that each is working properly.