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Have no tail lights or front park light everything else works flashers stop and turn, and no dash lights

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  • rays34 Aug 24, 2010

    no was not the fuse but some kind of resister block that a bunch of wires go into, i opened up the fuse box and found it was melted and in bad shape,maybe this was the 101 spliter box i heard about.

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Check your fuse box underneath the drivers side steering wheel. Locate the instrument cluster fuse and the stop lamp fuse (look on the back of the fuse box cover lid for a diagram) Pull them out and replace with the same number fuse. Make sure your dash light dimmer is turned up to high and after you replace the fuse it still does not work then you will need to check all of the taillight bulbs and parking light bulbs. If one of them fails then all of them will fail

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Hey rays34 my computer crashed and I lost you....
it appears that the fuse resolved the inop left side?

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