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Need location of rear brake fuse. Hatch brake light works, side lights don't. What's the chance that both side light went out at the same time?? Which fuse is for the brake lights? Fuse block next to steering column is not marked

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The location of rear brake fuse in the fuse block next to steering column is fuse no.#14 - F14 (10A) = Stop lamps. Replace blowed fuse and that's all. See picture below:

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It is too less chance that both side light went out at the same time.

Posted on Jul 21, 2010

  • udt11_6 Jul 22, 2010

    Thanks folks, BUT, I changed the fuse and it didn't work. I took the bulbs out and "YES" they both were blown. Go Figure!! Thanks for your help.

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