2004 Pontiac Grand Am stop fuse?
one fuse panel is on the passenger "end" of the dash (open door to see it) lift up - then out to open it it has a usage chart on the inside of the panel if there is a fuse it will be listed there
...keep in mind that it may not be an electrical issue. There is a spring that holds the display module within you dash and the part that holds the spring has been known to break which causes the display module to swing out of range. You can find out if this is the case by first making sure your HUD is turned on, then while looking at the spot in your windshield where you would normally see your HUD display, drop your head down low...keep lowering your head and you might be surprised to see a tiny bit of your display. This would indicate that it a broken spring or spring hook.
If you have the courage, you can take apart you dash and fix the problem yourself, otherwise seek a qualified mechanic.
Why would a 1998 Pontiac grand am engine stop running randomly We ran a full diagnostic check no codes show?
Bad bulb or flasher is likely the cause The fuse that controls the turn signals, brake lights, fog lamps and interior speedometer lamps / dimmer switch. Its under the hood in the fuse box.. Read your owners manual to locate the fuse diagram on where the fuse is that controls all the items listed above. This will most likely fix your problem. Another answer is that it is the flasher relay. This is about $10…
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