The fuse box is located under the steering wheel on the left side. It's almost neer the pedals. There should be a cover that easily pops out. There is a numbered and labeled diagram on the fuse box door. You can also check the owner's manual. On my car there is a small problem with the front left flasher bulb. For some reason that I didn't look for, after a year or two the bulb stop working when it is on the car. If I remove the bulb and test it the bulb work perfectly fine, but not on the car. I put a new one and it's fine for another year or two. It is only the left front bulb that does that.
Replace the headlihgt switch, it's a common problem
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Replace Flasher Fuse, Located In Engine Fuse Box.
Simply Looking at the fuse to see if it's burnt is no guarantee it's still good. Replace fuse number 13 with a 15amp.
Your dash and tail lights share the same fuse and power feed. Check and replace the fuse first, even if it looks good, and then start to troubleshoot the wiring.
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There should be a fuse for the brake lights. If the fuse is good always check the ground wire.
if the bulbs are not bad, it is the fuse, if the fuse is good, its the wiring.
Try unhooking the wires to the switches on your doors that activate your [ctsy fuse] which means DOME LIGHTS !!!!! Replace the fuse if good, hook each door up one at a time. The one that blows the fuse is the bad one !!!!!!!!!
Replace the fuse.
You might want to check or replace your dash dimmer light switch. I found this to cause either no dash lights or intermittent lights. Check the fuse box under the hood. The fuse you need is under the hood.
Check the fuse. If that is good then you need to have it looked at by a professional.
You may have a blown fuse.
Yes, its located on the driver side fuse panel. Don't remember the fuse number, but you should be able to tell which is blown. Good luck
You have a short. One of the wires is grounding out or your fuses are blown. Check the fuses under the drivers side dashboard (by your left knee) with a test light. If you look at the top of each fuse you'll see a number (10, 15, 25...) on either side of that number you will see two strips of metal. Turn the vehicle on and attach the alligator clip to a ground (Bolt, Door frame...). Touch the pointed end to each strip of metal on each fuse. If the test light "lights up" the fuse is good. If not, replace the fuse with the exact number on the new fuse. If you're fuses are good, then you have an electrical short somewhere and you need a pro mechanic or electrician to find the short and fix it. If you find a "Blown fuse" and you replace it and the new fuse blows then you know you have a short. Good luck. check fuses or look for a broken wire
u blue out the fuse for running lights because the horn wires are on the same circuit use electrical tape on the exposed wires and replace fuse
DRL's run off of their own fuse... therfore they also have their own ground. If the fuse is good, check your grounds.
The first thing I'd do is check the fuse. If the fuse is good the you might have a short in a wire somewhere.
Hi, You didn't mention exactly what lights you are interested in, but I have included a link to the fuse boxes for the 2001 Venture. Good Luck, Greg
You most likely have a blown fuse. See owners manual for fuse location and replace it. Very simple fix. If that is not it, you might have a bad connection somewhere and if are not good with taking dashboards apart, I'd see a mechanic.
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Fuse is good break lights still don't work all the bubls work
One fuse block in the dash, and one under the hood
Modern fuses are difficult to evaluate visually. Spend a buck at a gas station, or buy a tester at a local parts store and have it ready for future problems. I agree with the contributor above - fuses are cheap. However, no dashboard lights or tail lights usually indicate a burnt fuse. Remove the suspect fuse and wire-jump the gap on the fuse box, if you get lights, the fuse is definetly burnt out, if you don't get lights, the problem lies elsewhere and not in the fuse, - Good luck.
Try to replace the lights first. If they still don't work check the fuse. If that is good, it is most likely your back up light switch which is on the transmission(this is most likely your problem since both lights are out).