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My 2016 cart has blown fuse for all lights and turning signal. I corrected the short, but can"t find the fuse.

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What year , makeand model? The relay may be bad under the hood in the fuse box.

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1995 Nissan SE-v6 pickup no dashlight or rear running lights brake lights and turn signals still work. changed the tail light fuse. didn't help.


You still have a fuse shorted out/blown somewhere, get a test light and turn the lights on and test the fuses, if a fuse is blown you will have a light on one side of the fuse but not the other side. A 12 volt test light cost less than $5

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Show me the right fuse to replace my headlights and blinkers


When you turn on the headlights or hazard lights, and when you use the turn signals you should hear clicks from under the dash. All the exterior and interior lights are controlled by the Lighting Control Module which is typically under the dash to the right of the steering column. If you do not hear clicks when you try the headlights and signals, and the interior lights do not work then the module is not operating. Your operator's manual will tell you which fuses are for the module.If you don't have the manual, you can find blown fuses with a fuse tester, voltmeter or by checking with an auto parts store like O'Reilly or Autozone, who will give you the info for free and may even help you find the fuses. Inspect the fuses and replace any blown fuses. If the lights still do not work, there is most likely a problem with the module which will need to be replaced, or there is a short in the wiring to the module from the fuses. It's possible something fell into the module and is shorting it out. If any electrical work was done, the work may also have shorted the wiring.

So the checking order would be: 1) Check the fuses, 2) check for wiring shorts and damage, 3) replace the Lighting Control Module. If you do replace the module, be certain to get the correct one for your car (the modules should look the same) and make sure the jumpers on the board are in the same positions as in your original module.

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1992 lincol town car,no rear lights or brake lites, only turn signal and hazard lights work, front lights fine. And about the same time instrument cluster light went out.


The Park Lamps and Instrument Panel illumination lamps are controlled by the lighting control module. The problem could be either the headlamp switch or the Lighting control module. Most likely, the head lamp switch.
The most likely cause of the brake lamps not working would be a failed Brake Pedal Position (BPP) switch. It could also be caused by the multifunction switch. To find out if it is the BPP, check for power at the BPP switch. One terminal has a Light Green and Red (LG/R) wire and the other has a Plain Light Green (LT GN) wire. The LG/R wire should be hot at all times. The LT GN wire should be hot only when the pedal is pressed down.

If there is no power at all, there is probably a blown fuse at fuse #10 (20 Amp) in the Central Junction Box (CJB) located uder the left side of the dash. If this fuse is blown, you have a short circuit between the CJB and the BPP switch.

If there is power only on the LG/R wire even with the pedal pressed, then replace the BPP switch.

If there is power on both sides of the BPP then check fuses #20 (7.5 Amp) and #22 (20 Amp) also locatedin the CJB.

If fuse #20 is blown, you have a short between the BPP and the Lighting Control Module. If fuse #22 is blown, you could have a short anywhere from the BPP through the Multifunction Switch all the way back to the brake lamps themselves.

The Brake lamps, Turn Signals, and Park Lamps all share the same ground, so if the Turn Signals are working, it is not likely a ground problem.

Please also review this article: Where's The Fuse?

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check all your fuses. something may have shorted out and blew out a fuse.if you don`t have blown fuse there is a short somewere.you will have to locate it.

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Check all turn signal bulbs, front and back, you probably have a blown bulb that is shorting the circuit. If all lights are ok, try removing them and installing one by one while circuit is energized, tif the fuse is blown on the first bulb try another location, his way you double check that the bulbs are not at fault. if it blows the fuse again, check your turn signal switch, it may be defective.

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If they turn signal indicator merely turns on, rather than flash on the dashboard, this is indicative of a blown bulb on the exterior of the car. Check the fender, bumper and tail lights for a lamp that is out. If the turn signal lamp on the dash does NOT come on with a solid arrow? It could be anything from a blown fuse to a dead flasher module. Check fuses for turn/tail/stop light circuits in this case. If any are blown, replace. If the replacement blows the second it touches the panel socket, you may have a short in body harnesses. If it does not blow and you still have no turn signal indicator on dash, check/replace flasher module.

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