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My turning signal dont work on my geo prizma what fuse do i change

Turn signals have both fuses and relays. Inside your fuse panel... remember most cars have two fuse panels. One is under the hood and the other is under the driver's side footwell of the dashboard. Read the inside cover of the fuse panel box and it will tell you exactly which fuse and relay go to the turn signals. Look at the diagram carefully and count the fuses and relays to pull out the proper ones. You can easily see if the fuse is burned out when he wire connecting the two sides is burned through. A relay is difficult to check, just buy a new one and pop it in the correct spot.

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Car wont turn over. no clicking when I try to start it

I would first have to ask, what fuse keeps burning out. The owners manual will tell you what it is for. As for the fuse that keeps burning out, this is cause by a short in the system that this fuse feeds. Were the short is i can't help without knowing what the fuse feeds.

May 10, 2014 | 2002 Ford Explorer

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Fuse #109 keep blowing/ driver seat not working please help

If the fuse keeps blowing, I assume it is because you keep replacing it. Those fuses have given up their lives to keep your truck from burning to the ground. Each time a fuse blows, the wires in the system get heated up and weakened. If you keep replacing the fuse, the insulation will eventually burn off of the wires and light the entire truck up. There is a shorted component or wire on one of the circuits that are protected by that fuse. Replacing the fuse without locating and repairing the reason that it blew, will only result in another fuse having to give up its life to keep your truck from roasting and all the other fuses will have died in vain.
The circuits to that fuse will need to be traced, using the wiring diagrams for your vehicle and the proper equipment necessary for performing tests on your electrical system. Nobody online can tell you what the actual cause of the problem is (other than tell you there is a short) without performing the necessary tests on the vehicle itself.

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I just recently bought a used 2003 honda accord and all the gauges have stopped working. Could this be something major ??

Hard to tell. It could be that the gauge fuse is burned out. Replacing it will bring back your gauges until the problem that caused the gauge fuse to burn recurs. If there is a short, expect the gauge fuse to immediately burn out again. Remember that the fuse doesn't burn out for no reason. Also, the fuse burns out to protect wiring from overheating which leads to fires.

What could cause the fuse to go out? It could be an improperly wired stereo or alarm system. It could be some wires chafing on sharp metal edges under the dash. It could be a gauge instrument that is malfunctioning. Perhaps the cigarette lighter socket is on the same circuit and it was overloaded by a device that took too much current like a portable CD player or inverter that was charging something.

Jan 24, 2011 | Honda Accord Cars & Trucks

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Ck. air suspention light came on and car lowered and drove rough. I took the car in for analysis and mechanic told me it needed a fuse that cost $22. I did not have the fuse replaced but went to the auto...

That is what a fuse does: it protects the electrical system from catching on fire. If the new fuse you installed didn't burn out right away, you are okay. The mechanic was just playing it really safe. If you did have a really bad short the new fuse would have blown right when you installed it.

Jan 23, 2010 | 1996 Mercury Grand Marquis

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The tail lights 10A fuse burns when I turn on the

check all your lights, third brake light, side markers , parking lights, check for water in housings...

Aug 07, 2009 | 1997 Nissan Pathfinder

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Light went out on dashboard and I don't have the

It is either the light is burned out or the fuse is bad. Usually fuses are right on the left hand side corner under the dash and another sets are in engine compartment under the hood. The cover to them are all labeled inside. By holding the cover next to the fuses you can tell which fuse is for what. You pull them out one at a time. If it is burned out you will seee a break in them and if the fuse is Ok, the light on your dash is burned out. You can take out the dash by few screws (that holds them in place and) check for the lights

Jul 31, 2009 | 2003 Suzuki Aerio

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Heated seats not working?

If you have your original manual book look in index under ACCESORIES, or SEAT there you will find out where your fuse is for your heater seat n you can find out if is burn.

If it is burn replaice it witht he same fuse # NEVER TRY A BIGGER SIZE others fuses can be damage.

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Fuses for cigarette lighter keep burning out on 2000 beetle

you got a bad ground to it replace the ground wire and it should work fine

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I used a slow blow fuse. The blown one looked like it was a slow blow - there was quite a bit of material in it - but it was hard to tell because it was blown.

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