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Rear tail lights notg working? parking lights not working & dash lights not working all at once. Have looked at fuse panel under driverside dash... nothing saying rear tail lights fo a fuse? can you tell me were this fuse is located.. Pleaseee. Thank you Laurie

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  • Laurie P Oct 23, 2012

    Vicki, You are Veryyy Welcome.. have any other crv problems? I might have come across them already

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Thank you so much Twobrandsam. Was having the same problem and could not find it until I read your comment about "Small lights fuse." you saved me a lot of headache. Thanks for sharing your solution.

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Look under the hood there is a fuse block in there as well and on the driver and passenger side all of your lights are hooked up to a fuse good luck.

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  • Laurie P Nov 29, 2010

    Thanks But I already new there was multiple fuse blocks in and under my hood. Was looking for the name/code that functions all three.. when all was said and done I found it the hard wayyy.. and the fuse that controls all of these things was labled small lights fuse. Found that funny when i got it all put back together again after ripping panels out of back under dash. Why honda labeled all of these functions under one fuse called small lights? I will never know.

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