I recomend getting a book from the auto parts store. it will have all the electrical diagrams. it costs less than $20.00 and will be a good investment. i have a book for all my cars and have never had to go to a shop.
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Here you can look it up , may like to have this for future reference ! http://bbbind.com/free_tsb.html free wiring diagrams an fuse box diagrams as well . When you click on this blue link I copied , click on wiring diagrams , not TSB'S ! You may want to check them out later ! TSB'S are technical service bulletins .Well ant way ,after you click on wiring diagrams enter your vehicle info. , year , make , model , engine size . Then under system click on electrical distribution , under subsystem click on fuse panel .Then click search . Two blue links will show , click one at a time till you find what your looking for .
Haynes actually have a pretty good schematic in the section labeled Body Electric. If that is confusing to you, take your time, you'll understand it when you see it in front of you. good luck, and Thank Yo for using FixYa.com for help! GO HERE:
General advice: Ceck all fuses.One at a time, not to get confused. All dashboard have main plugs behind if u deal accesing it.Bad chasis grounded dash. Cheers,if u figure it out,share. Dumb guess:by (easy)tapping the top of the dash u may get results,use the tehnique on your own risk.
unplug the instrument cluster. If it now does not blow, replace the instrument cluster. If it stll blows then you need to trace the wire in the loom looking for where it touches metal or have several wires melted together.
Remove the 5 mounting screws from the instrument cluster trim plate and remove the trim plate. Remove the 4 mounting screws from the instrument panel face plate and remove the face plate.Remove the instrument light grid from the center of the cluster. From behind the instrument cluster reach behind the speedometer and disconnect the speedometer cable by releasing the tab. Pull the cluster forward just enough to detach the "check engine" light bulb from the center of the cluster. Remove the instrument cluster from the dashboard.