Question about Cars & Trucks
Open the hood and look down to the right, beside the battery.There is a covered fuse box.Use a 12 volt test light and with the key on check every fuse for 12 volts.Each fuse has 2 small contact spots on the top of them.Each should have 12 volt power on each spot.The one with no power on one side is the blown fuse.Replace the blown fuse with one of the same amperage and things should be back to normal.You should have spare fuses in the fuse box.Start at the end of the fuse box closest to the driver as the radio/accessory fuse is at that end.
Posted on Apr 21, 2017
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