remove horn relay under hood or dash try new fuse if it blows check for short in overhead or under dash lights, check for bad door pins(rusted)/(broken)
I took the door light pin off the inside of the door frame and it worked unplugged it till I can replace the pin and wah-la bada bing bada bang no more fuse company support lol
To repair the Reatta running lights check the fuse first. If the fuse is blown ad a replacement blows then check the lights and wiring for any shorts.
If the dash lights of a 1993 Honda Civic do not work than there is most likely a problem with the dash fuse. When it blows all the gauges will cease to function.
check your interior or instrument panel lights fuse, they usually are all connected and when the fuse blows they all go.
Because you have a 10amp fuse out. Look in your book for the fuse diagram. It will show you where the fuse is located for the interior and door lights. The fuses are located in your glove box (right hand side). My fuse goes out all the time. Took it to the dealership and they said they couldn't figure out why the fuses kept going out. Go figure. So I just keep changing them when one blows.
it sounds like a short in the wiring you should probably have a mechanic or an electrician test each of the wires for arcing
Check wiring and sockets for dead short to ground at: Parking/Tail and dash lights Remove all bulbs and sockets -replace 1 at a time until fuse blows Investigate that socket Check wiring and sockets for dead short to ground at: Parking/Tail and dash lights Remove all bulbs and sockets -replace 1 at a time until fuse blows Investigate that socket
If parking lights and dash lights are not working and fuse blows out, there might be a problem with battery corrosion. Check the components specific to the circuits of the affected lights. It might be loose.
Yes you would use a serial circuit You would use parallel circuit lights for a Christmas tree because if you used series circuit lights, and one of the bulb blows, the rest of the bulbs will go out. But with parallel circuit lights, if one bulb blows the rest of the bulbs will remain their brightness.
The circuit current is interrupted and all the lights will go out.
Probably the Tail light fuse is blown. You also lose dash lights when this fuse blows also.
where do I start? help? it is getting close to the cold season and I would like to repair my house before the wind blows.
first thing I'd check is THE TAILIGHT fuse--if it blows, no tailights AND no dash lights. Good luck
you have a short in the wires for your dash and lights So what do I do to fix it?
A loose or corroded ground wire will cause the fuse to blow. Check the ground wires on your brake lights.
The fuses blows out and all of the lights in that building go out.
It sounds as if you have an electrical problem that needs to be checked. You may even have the wrong fuse for your brake lights.
sometimes when the lights blow out the fuse also blows out. check the fuse!!
Try removing bulbs from all exterior lights turn switch on to see if fuse blows--if not replace one bulb at a time to determine where problem is. If fuse blows without bulbs could very well be switch "dead shorted" to ground IM HAVING THE SAME PROBLEM SO IF YOU FIGURE IT OUT PLEASE LET ME KNOW AT GODLIVERKILLA@YAHOO.COM A mechanic told me that the switch that is on the column is usually the problem. Cost about 70.00 . Raygracik@msn.com
Check fuses. If fust blows repeatedly, check for short.
your fuse is blown. car manufacturerers make the dash lights go off when the tail light fuse blows so you know it is blown.
It is quite possible (even more so if the vehicle has power windows) one or more wires were temporarily shorted during the work, or even still shorted, which would blow the accessory fuse which powers the radio and interior lights among a couple of other things. Check and replace the fuse if needed, if everything works you're ok, if the fuse blows immediately you still have a short
most likely a blown fuse, replace, if it blows again you have a short, if you have a trailer connection look there first
Try removing the tailight fixtures from the rear of the truck (GM had some problems with these) Replace fuse and see if it blows again. If so problem may be a dead short in the dash panel or in the switch itself. If it doesn't blow check and/or replace rear tailight fixtures
you have a dead short somewhere in the electric system for those lights. best thing is take it to an auto electrician,. they will find the fault alot quicker and easier