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Tail lights will not come on when switch is turned. Checked for fuse panel per manual and could not find fuse panel under driver side panel but it is NOT there. Where could they have moved it?

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  • casteeltrina Oct 20, 2008

    my back lights are not working and i cant find the fuse box! i only found the main fuse box which doesnt have that fuse inside of it! where is the other box?



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My 2003 has two fuse boxes. One is un the driver's footwell, left hans side mounted to the outside of the car. It's really tucked under there so you nearly have to stand on your head to get to it.

The other fuse box is in the engine compartment. Open the hood and stand facing the engine from the bumper. On the left hand side against the fender right on top is a rather odd shaped rectangularish black plastic box that's about 7 inches long and 3 inches wide. That's my second fuse box.

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