There are more than one fuse. Which lights?
All on one circuit - check the fuse for parking/tail lights
dont know about 97 but in 94 there is a diagram on the inside fuse panel (under dash). The one for rear brakes should be labeled "stop". Its is a blue 15a.
We are going to need to know the year, make and model to help you with that one.
on the fuse panel there is one labeled stop lamps, if its your brake lights, it is the fuse that is located 3rd from the left and 5th from the bottom of the fuse box
the fuse operates both rear lights if one works but the other doesnt you may have a bad bulb,a short or the plug itself which the bulb plugs into is bad
Underneath the hood of the car there should be a box on your right side. It will have several drawings on it. If you take the top (with the drawings) off you will see your fuse box. Follow the instructions on the box top to find out which one goes to the rear lights.
Usually they're labeled, if they're not it would be helpful to organize a time when you tested them by turning on all the lights and switching the fuses off one at a time, checking in between to see which lights and outlets were affected by which fuse.
Yes, on the 2001 expedition, there is only one fuse for both lights on the plate lite.
Do you mean "What does it mean when yourr back lights won't come on?"? Answer It probably means that one of the bulbs in your rear lights isn't working or the fuse that connects the switch/button to the lights has blown. It Try replacing the bulb first then the fuse,if nothing then go to a car dealership/garage to get a new light.
yes, it is a fuse it will be labled int. lights/ horn on the fuse box
check the dome light fuse that could be the problem.......or interior fuse Instrument lights.