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Blew fuse for taillight and dashlights cant find fuse to replace it

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The fuse-block is located on the left end of the instrument panel under a cover. (It should have a diagram on the inside as to which fuse controls which circuit). If it isn't a fuse,it may be a defective headlight switch.

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