Question about 1999 Honda CR-V
the easiest way to check for the fuse that might be bad is to get a 12v light tester use the clip on a good ground and go threw the fuse box checking both sides of the fuses this will narrow it down you should have power on both sides of the fuse if it is working make sure the van ignition is turned on as well as the running lights to insure you get the right fuse if no power on both sides pull fuse out and look to see if it is blown.... hope this help you out best regards D.Jones
Posted on May 30, 2010
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