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I still have not been able to get my back up lights to work. The schematic said that there is a fuse in the line. I have not been able to locate this fuse. Is there another fuse box besides the one on the right side of console?

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  • Dallas Hardin Jul 27, 2010

    Found it. I must have a break in the line.

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If the panel is not visible, check for a removable compartment door or trim panel which may used on later models to hide the block. This panel is usually located on the left end of the instrument panel. The convenience center is located just below the instrument panel on the drivers side. It contains individual relays such as the seat belt and ignition key alarm, and flasher. On newer model vehicles there is an underhood fuse/relay center contains both mini and maxi fuses, as well as some relays

According with the next diagram...

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Fig.: 1996-1999 GM S10/Blazer Chassis Schematic (click for zoom)

The fuse block is at the driver’s end of the instrument panel. Remove the cover by turning the fastener counterclockwise. Extra fuses and the fuse extractor are provided in the coverT. o reinstall the fuse panel cover, push in and turn the fastener clockwise, check POSITION 16, for turn signal and BACK-UP Lights.

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This and other details can find and download in the 1996-Chevrolet-S-10-Owners-Manual

Hope helps.

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