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I notice that some others who have responded to you have mentioned getting the manual and so I am not too sure if you are looking for parts or figuring out how to fix it. If you're trying to find the right part, have you checked any of your used parts stores? When my truck has any any issues that is what I do. I've even been able to get fix my brakes and engine from doing that. Used Car Parts in BC Cheaper than New Parts
I can probably help you with the information you are requesting. However, you forgot to mention what kind of vehicle we are talking about.
I will need YEAR, MAKE, MODEL, ENGINE SIZE, TRANSMISSION TYPE, and DRIVE SYSTEM (2-wheel drive, ALL Wheel drive, 4X4, etc. All of this makes a HUGE difference when it comes to looking up wiring diagrams.
The interior of the fuse box has the same diagrams as would have been on the vehicles manual or user guide. Once opening the fuse box, lookk in the cover for the diagram. Second, a blown fuse is observable within the circuitry. Third, the vehicle should indicate within the dashboard what condition is occuring. For example, the vehicle should display indication warning on requesting lighting inspection or alternate.