Question about 1992 Buick LeSabre
Hey, grab a flashlight, go to your car, start taking out fuses 1 by 1, shining the flashlight through them from the bottom, if you see a thin metal strip in the shape of a 'U' or 'V' the fuse is good. be sure to put it back in the right place. then move on to the next one. if you see that the 'U' or 'V' is broken, replace the fuse with one with the SAME number on it. Do this with all your fuses, even if you find one broken one, there could be more. if the problem persists, it's not a blown fuse, or there could be another fuse box.
Posted on Jan 10, 2011
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