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I need to know which fuse goes to the trunk indicator light?

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Start with your owners manual. Read the fuse chart.

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Why don't you pull one fuse at a time

If none are blown, then your sitution will
call for a different approach

Like the need for a wiring diagram
of just the circuit your working on

Get that off a local repair shops
data base,they should print what you
may need,even tell you the fuse number
which your asking here

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SOURCE: Brake lights keep blowing fuse, Trunk indicator light won't go off with trunk closed

may have a short could be a bare wire recheck the brake switch make sure that the switch is not touching and metal.

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How do I find out which fuse is for my dash board lights when I dont have my manual?


The door ajar light doens't have a separate fuse. But you can probably fix the problem in 15 minutes:
  1. Make sure all doors and trunk close tightly. Lean hard against each door, starting with the driver's, because it is the most likely since it gets the most use. Watch the light. If it goes out, you're halfway there - you've located the problem door.
  2. Squirt some WD-40 into each door's switch. They may be located near the hinge, or near the latch. Press the button repeatedly and then wipe it off. That may fix the problem.
  3. Next, it could be the alignment of the door and strike plate on the jamb. Adjust the latter until the light goes out.
If that doesn't do it:
  1. Dont worry about the battery going dead from the indicator light staying on - it draws too little current. But if a dome light (or trunk light) stays on, it will drain the battery in a number of hours.
  2. You didn't say whether the dome light stayed on. If so, or if you have any other information, please post it and I'll try to help you determine the next steps.
Has this helped ?
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Brake lights keep blowing fuse, Trunk indicator light won't go off with trunk closed


may have a short could be a bare wire recheck the brake switch make sure that the switch is not touching and metal.

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Jun 11, 2012 | 2001 Dodge Intrepid

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Power drain new battery,alternater (10 months ago)Replaced starter a week ago. New 40 and30 amp fuses,also relays and block breakers under hood. cables clean and good Wiring checked, no short found....


if the battery is being drained there is something causing it to happen, check that all the lights are off glove box, trunk, you may have to get someone to get in the trunk & close it to see if the light goes out, when it is dark lift the hood & move the wiring everywhere you can to see if there are any sparks that might indicate a bare wire touching something.....hope this helps......cheers.

Sep 05, 2011 | 1997 Mercury Sable

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My break lights dont go on but trunk breaks light goes on my fuses are good can you tell me what else to do ,one break light was gojng out i would tap it and it would go on so i replaced it but when i took...


i do not know about the camry but my truck brake fuse was under the hood, I used a tester,that cam with the fuse kit, til I found the blown fuse. Hope this helped Tim

May 04, 2011 | 1993 Toyota Camry V6

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My 2007 RX8 ignition light is on indicating a possible electronics problem. The door lock, the interior and trunk lights are not working. . the radio/CD player does not work and the radio panel does...


Sounds very much like two possibles a short in the fuse box to the non working parts or your battery went dead and was recharged and you did not reset these items. As what U mention all sound like the equipment that needs to be reset when you change a battery or it goes dead.

Mar 03, 2011 | 2007 Mazda RX-8 Touring Sedan

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I have a 3.34 amp drain while the grand marquis is turned off.. resulting in brand new dead batteries.... need to know how to find the drain. please and thank you.


the easiest way to start is to pull each fuse one at a time and see if the draw goes away. if it doesn't than reinstall that fuse and pull the next. Repeat this process until the draw goes away. Once you know what fuse stops the draw you can figure out what that fuse powers up and move on to systematically disconnecting each one of those components until the draw goes away.

Before I do anything with a draw I like to check things like under hood lights, glove box lights, and trunk lights to make sure they are turning of when they are supposed to.

When you figure out what fuse stops the draw post a reply and I'll be more than happy to assist you on the components that fuse protects.

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The shifter won't move from Parking


the brake light switch may be bad, ck if the brake lights operate. if not could be switch or fuse. if they do operate, could be problem with the locking mechanism insde the shifter.

Sep 30, 2009 | Hyundai Motor 2004 Accent

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I'm having a problem with the dome light and both reading lights. they all stopped working at the same time. I checked the fuses and they look fine. The car is a 2004 Buick Century I don't know if it's...


For your first problem I would suggest taking a test light and double checking the fuses I would always recommend doing that because I have worked on numerous vehicles where the fuses were pulled and not replaced firmly and not making contact (just a good thorough habit to get into) if your fuse has power check for power on either your dome or personal reading lamps they are both on the same circuit. If you have power then replace the bulbs if not you will need to check for power between the lights to your illuminator/interior light switch this should isolate if you have a defective circuit ie:shorted,cut,loose wire connection which would need to be repaired. Your second problem the trunk open indicator showing it is still on when closed: open your trunk with the key on have someone push the trunk lid jamb switch several times to check for proper function if it still shows to be opened then it will need to be replaced if it goes on and off as it should then you should check your weather strip/struts and all components & function of trunk to ensure it is properly closing and not out of proper alignment. Hope this helps and if you have any more questions let me know.

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2000 toyota camry check engine light. trac light on. when i step on breaks reverse square indicator on dash board goes on. No reverse lights and rear light indicator on.


wires are pinched and shorting together near the left (drivers side) trunk hinge. brake light power is feeding back through the reverse light wiring. this will also turn on the check engine light with a neutral safety switch malfunction code as the computer also sees this voltage in the reverse light circuit. Find and repair the wiring, pull the EFI fuse in the panel under the hood to clear the code. Hope this helps

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