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Fuse blown?

Posted on Nov 07, 2014

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  • Jesus Frias
    Jesus Frias Nov 07, 2014

    But on my fuse box theres no fuse for the head lights

  •  Mikey
    Mikey Nov 07, 2014

    All lights will run through the fuse box! There could be 2 fuse boxes, one inside around the dash and one under the hood! Where did you look?

  • Jesus Frias
    Jesus Frias Nov 08, 2014

    theres only one fuse box n its inside

  •  Mikey
    Mikey Nov 08, 2014

    What make, model, year vehicle is it?

  • Jesus Frias
    Jesus Frias Nov 08, 2014

    94 chevy c1500 350

  •  Mikey
    Mikey Nov 08, 2014

    You need to check the fuse box under the hood! My guess is it will be a 25 to 50 amp fuse that's blown!

  • Jesus Frias
    Jesus Frias Nov 08, 2014

    theres no fuse box under the hood

  •  Mikey
    Mikey Nov 08, 2014

    According to the manual there should be a main fuse box under the hood that also contains a series of relays! The fuse for the lighting will not be a normal replaceable fuse but one that is bolted in place!



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