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Re: 1990 oldsmobile 88 Royale
how do you know fuse is good?
sometimes just looking at it doen't prove that
you need to check it with a test light on both blades with either the brake pressed or the signal on. both sides of the fuse should light
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No 7 fuse 20 Amp tail lights ,parking lights, side marker lights,
license plate lights, stop lights and turn signal lights
No10-20amp ( yellow) stop lights hazard lights
located behind right side of dash to left of glove box
check all the fuse
if your hazard lights stay on, you may have a problem with the hazard switch on your stearing collum. try moving it back & forth several times, eg. on, off, on, off always ending @ off & see if that works. they do get sticky @ times. your brake lights will work but your turn signals won't work properly with the hazard switch turned on. let me know if problem persists & will see if i can help you more. good luck.
Hello kenoz98: My name is Roger and I will help with your question. The instrument fuse panel is located behind the cover at the left side of the dash. Remove the snap on cover. Look at the fuses they are numbered 1-24. The number one fuse is the stop/hazard fuse. The number 16 fuse is the turn/hazard fuse. Both of the fuses are 20 amp fuses (yellow in color). Also under the hood is a fuse box also. There is a 30 amp maxi fuse that also controls the stop lights.Should be the second fuse from the left bottom row of large fuses. The fuse will be green in color. Should you need further help please just ask. Please rate the answer. Thank You for using Fix Ya. Roger
It could possibly be the actual switch that sits behind the break pedal. When the break pedal depresses or presses into the switch, the break lights go on or off. Not sure how much they run, but really easy to change. You could also check the switch with an ohm meter if available by making sure it breaks or runs continuity through the terminals when the switch is pressed/released. Hope this helps. Good luck!