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Car fuse problem

I believe my car has fuse problems, some times the lights don't work, other times the horn does not work, and a few other weird problems.

Any ideas which fuse is the reason for my problems?

Please help me,
Thank you.

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  • KW144 Jul 10, 2008

    my 2005 corolla has a short somewhere. The remote mirrors, radio, car ciggarette lighter and dome lights will not work. They keep blowing fuses.I have smelled a burning odor in my car also when it blows a fuse. The fuse blows each time I insert a new 15 amp fuse under the hood. My sevurity light also stays on.---KW

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Fuse problems are the cause of many strange problems with your car, here are a few fuse problem solutions. If you are suffering from No power to radio, cigarette lighter, here is your solution, another FixYa solution about power problems, that will prove helpful is here. For Remote control or key fob problems this solution should do the trick. For dash light illuminating this solution might give you a clue.

Fuse problems - can be replaced by you quickly, easily, and with little to no dirty hands, & most important of all can save you money. Good luck with your fuse problems, hope this thread helped you, if you find new, or better solutions please post them here.

The car fuse box is usually found in one of two places: usually near the bottom of your dashboard as you move closer to the foot well or, on some models, under the hood. If you are having trouble finding the car fuse box, have a look at your car manual.

Good luck.

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