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The right rear parking lights wont work. where can i find the fuse for this?

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  • jmalabanan06 Apr 23, 2010

    its a 2006 volvo s40

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Do the front parking lights work? if so the fuse is likely not the problem, also need the year of the car, the fuse for the parking lights is located in the passenger compartment fuse box, check them all.

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    yadayada Apr 23, 2010

    this is not a fuse problem, have u replaced the bulb yet. if not go to any kragen and ask for help with changing the bulb

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