Question about Cars & Trucks
You will just have to check all vehicle fuses
I know you expect someone to say look in your
owners manual & then you say you don't have one
But that is what they are for & are on the internet
If a fuse blows, it won't be the problem & replacing it
won't fix anything
Your best to work off a factory wiring book & learn the system
with the problem, before you ever go to the car,even for a fuse check
Posted on Nov 26, 2014
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