Fortunately, I have the original owner's manual for the 88 Corsica. I will list the functions of each fuse slot from top to bottom, left to right for you, numericaly, as the slots are numbered in the fuse box.... 1 - Computer Command Control; Fuel Injector 2 - Spare (store spare fuse here) 3 - Radio 4 - Stop and hazard lamps 5 - Back up lamps; turn signal lamps 6 - Spare 7 - Parking and side marker lamps; licence plate lamp 8 - Heater/Air conditionaer 9 - Guages/warning indicator; Audible warning system; Computer Command Control; rear defogger; air 10 - Winshield wiper/washer 11 - Courtesy lamps; clock; door locks; horn; cigar lighter; Audible Warning System; trunk release 12 - CIRCUIT BREAKER - power windows 13 - Instrument panel lamps; headlamp minder 14 - Radio; cruise control; clock 15 - CIRCUIT BREAKER - Power door locks; rear window defogger 16 & 17 - Spare
1988 Chevy corsica fuel sending unit whai have a 1988 Chevy corsica i need to no on the fuel sending unit the bib line goes to what line and the two little lines go where please help
you dont need to order the fuse for the signal just go into any automotive store annd got the the fuse section and u will find the fuses there
the reason why you can't take the key out is probably because it is not in park, i noticed it with my '91 corsica. i have no idea why it won't go into park though
The rheostat on the headlight switch is bad.
Well, that all depends on the driver. If the car sits idle, the fuses go nowhere. If, on the other hand, the car goes to hell and back, so do the fuses. I realize this may be technically beyond some people, but for the backyard mechanic, it should be self explanatory.
go to autozone.com, follow the links
Corsica Wilson goes by Cori, Corsi, and Cors.
if you go to www.ahdol.com you'll find just what you are looking for, i think. thay have diagrams available for most cars and trucks sold in the u.s.
check the fuses in the cab and under the hood but if the fuses are good then take a hammer and smack the starter not to hard some times the silinod gets stuck and the hammer can get it unstuck but if you hit it to hard you HAVE TO GO BUY A STARTER.
Get to France or Italy by boat or car, then take the ferryboat to Corsica.
you need to replace the cluster..
If the 1998 Corvette headlights will not go on, you might have bad bulbs or a bad headlight fuse. You can check the fuses by removing the fuse box cover below the dashboard.
the motor for the windwo need to be replaced. It shoold be located in side the door
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The Corsica wasn't made in 1898. I think you have to slap it with the reins to make it go on that model.
Go to Auto Zone they do it for free.........
He went to France from Corsica to seek an education.
dash display panel needs rebuild
look on the panel. it shows which fuses should go in each spot.
Go to Kelleybluebook.com
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If you are asking where they are located, then it is just under the kick panel(if you are driving and you kick your feet forward), to the left, you will see a cover that you can remove by hand, and those are some of the major fuses. Otherwise, the remainder are located inside the engine bay on the drivers side near the battery.
sounds like an electrical short. go to an auto electric shop for a proper diagnosis.
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