In the fuse box located under the driver's side dashboard. That fuse is between circuits for air suspension, dash, lights, and a few accessories. Use a multimeter or lamp to find the blown fuse.
Most vehicle manufacturers use the same fuse for the dashboard lights, and tail lights. It is an attempt to make sure you know that something is wrong, and replace the tail light fuse when you don't have tail lights. It is also a method that doesn't seem to always work.
You can check underneath the dashboard to find the fuse. Use the car's manual to guide you accordingly on where the fuse is.
To replace the ignition fuse on a 1995 Mercury Villager, use a fuse puller to remove the appropriate fuse. Then replace broken fuse with one of the same amperage.
NO! The fuse protects the wiring from overheating and a possible fire. Use exactly the fuse that is recommended.
If you can reset it, then it is not a fuse it is a breaker. You use then so you do not have to replace a fuse, you can just reset the breaker.
No, the voltage rating should not be exceeded. However, you could use a 250v 10a fuse for a 125v 10a fuse.
no.. it could damage your electrical components.
Dont think so. Its a different size truck as far as interior goes.
Replace a blown fuse with the correct fuse that it calls for. There is a reason the manufacturer put it in there.
look in the fuse panel , usually under the dash on the drivers side, On the door there is a diagram showing what fuse is in which slot of the fuse panel. Look for one that says C/lighter or cig lighter or something along those lines, pull the fuse , if its blown replace it. it is possible, but unlikely the fuse is under the hood . If you are unable to find it in the fuse box in the car, look for a bigger fuse box under the hood, follow the same procedure to replace the fuse. ALWAYS USE THE SAME AMP FUSE WHEN CHANGING THEM THIS IS IMPORTANT FOR YOUR SAFETY.
FIRST I WOULD CHECK FUSE MAYBE BAD USE A]> FUSE TESTER AN GO FROM THERE ARE AS SOMEONE AT PART STORE TO CHECK THEM ?
24) 15A fuse lights: turn/hazard (also fuse 4) 25) NO USE!!
No, you cannot replace a 10-amp fuse with a 20-amp fuse. Fuses are meant to guard your wiring and equipment by melting or 'blowing' before the wiring, itself, melts and causes a fire. It is safe to use a smaller fuse than called for, but never, ever is it safe to use a larger fuse than called for.
There are many different reasons why one may choose to replace a fuse with a fuse of another voltage. If you do not have another 125 volt use, you can substitute a 250 volt fuse in many cases.
you have to go down to the fuse box and check the fuse that says headlights, or headlamps and that will be the one. u might have to use plyers to get the fuse out and a fuse can be bad wether you see it or not.
on the side of the dashboard drivers side. use a screw driver to lift the plastic cover.
Fuses are rated as to their voltage and amps and of course the physical size of the fuse is important. Never use a fuse for an application that it isn't rated for.
If the display is blank, use/get a torch, and see if the her are numbers there that are just not visible without illumination. IF you can read it this way, the bulb has blown. If the display shows - - - - - check the owners hand-book for the fuse location, and remove the fuse for the instrument, count to 20, and replace the fuse. If neither of the above help, the dashboard is probably faulty, and will probably require replacement.
Yes, fuses of a higher voltage can be used safely. What is not recommended is to use a lower voltage fuse on higher voltages.
NO! Using a larger amp fuse defeats the purpose of the fuse to protect the wiring in the circuit. This can cause a fire. Always use the correct amp fuse for that circuit.
Just use a tester, or pull each fuse to see which to no good.
It depends on what you are powering with the circuit, but probably not. The 1.5 amp fuse would blow in normal operation of the device.