Question about Nissan Juke
Hi there, first i need to know if you disconnected the battery before you changed the light bulb. Anytime you need to work on anything electrical in your car you need to disconnect the negative terminal because of the high voltage currents in todays new cars. Double check the fuse because that is really one of the only things that would prevent the rest of the lights from working. There is a small and unlikely chance that you shorted the circuit and burned the parking light filiments in all of the bulbs.
Did you use the diagram on the fuse panel cover to determine the correct fuse? Those things can get a little trick and it is possible to read them upside down.
Let me know what you find and post back.
Posted on Apr 03, 2011
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