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In addition to checking all the fuses you may also want to check the functions of the relays. Sometimes you can remove a relay from another location and temporally test the relay that corresponds to the fuse or items that are not working. Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 10, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
there is a fuse/relay panel underhood, also another underdash. check fuses with a testlight if possible. make sure the reostat( little wheel beside the light switch) is in the proper position. The dashlights are a seperate issue from the turn signals, unless it's an underdash wiring issue. check the fuses and reostat and let me know what you find.
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
Hi, concerning the instrument panel lights that is not working, it is most probably that the bulb inside which illuminates the panel is blown. It is a big and tidious job to get to but simple to fix.
The driver side rear door window and lock that is not working means you have a faulty regulator on that particular door and you need to replace the regulator.
And on the running lights that isn't working too, please check the bulbs. One could have been out for a while and may have not been noticed. If you have power at the sockets, it has to be the bulb. If there is no power the bulb, it has to do with a wiring problem..
All my solutions and analysis are based on the fact that you have checked the electrical distribution box and all the necessary fuse in the fuse box and they are in good working condition......
Posted on Dec 25, 2010
this problem could be a blown fuse or the relay (these are in two boxes near the battery), or possibly the switch to turn the lights on (on steering column), and small pssobility of a wiring (such as grounding).
Posted on Mar 10, 2012
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