Question about Cars & Trucks
Find your vehicles fuse box. You'll need to look at the user manual that came with the car to get the location.
You may try looking under the hood/bonnet or under the dash on the drover or passenger side.
You are looking for a flap that opens or a panel that unscrews to reveal the fuses.
There will be a legend beside the fuses to tell you what each one does and where it is found. There is usually a numbered guide so 1-12 might mean row 1, column 12.
Posted on Apr 13, 2015
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