I have a 1986 Honda Accord Hatchback LXI and the laoyout is printed right on the door opening to the fuses.
Overload or short in system
When power doors fail on a 1999 Honda Civic there is a problem with a actuator or wiring. The door lock fuses should be checked. If the fuses are fine then the actuators themselves will need to be checked.
that means you have a short somewhere in the car
The fuse box, on your 1993 Honda Civic, is located in the engine compartment. A diagram of the fuses can be found on the inside of the fuse box cover.
check the fuses
under the dash on the left side, by the fuses. that should be the diagnostics port
A 2001 Honda Civic fuse diagram is found underneath the cover of the fuse box. Open the fuse box and turn it over, there will be a picture labeling all the fuses and their functions.
The fuse box diagram for a 1986 Honda Civic can be found underneath the fuse box cover. There will be a sticker labeling on the main fuses and their function stuck under the cover.
underneath the steering wheel. it should be to the left of the fuses and whatnot.
should be under the steering wheel in all the fuses
If the power door locks are not working on a 1999 Honda Civic, check the fuses. It is also possible that water got into the door lock mechanism and shorted out the system.
the positive side has the fuse
Since the fuses are ok the next thing to check on the Honda Civic will be the windshield wiper system. The pump may have failed and will need to be replaced if broken.
First Cheack the fuses!!! located under the dash board and check the fuse for the HORN.
Refer to your Civics owner manual or contact a certified mechanic to replace the fuses.
blown bulbs or a wiring problem, hope for blown blubs.....
Maybe a burnt bulb or a blown fuse. In the owners manual it has the location of all the fuses and what they are for.
It is important to have the fuse layout available when changing the fuses to any vehicle. The fuse layout can be found on the fuse box cover, or in the owners manual.
There are two fuse boxes on my 1998 Honda Civic. The interior one is where your left knee would be--look there. There will be a cover that comes off and a list of the fuses and what they control there. There is also another one under the hood, in the upper left hand corner, and fuses labeled on the cover. BE CAREFUL when removing the interior fuses--there are many blank spaces and easy to confuse. Take a picture first to best protect yourself!
check fuses, and then check for power to the bulbs check for power in and out of brake switch
You evidently have something shorted to ground. You did not specify as to which fuse you are blowing. Consequently, iI am unable to help you.
I bought the fuse box cover as well as the small decal that shows all of the fuses at the local Honda dealer for my 92 Civic for about $10. Check with them. Don't forget that there are two fuse boxes for the 1993 Civic; one is below and to the left of the steering column, the other is in the rear of the engine compartment on the passenger's side.
Check the appropriate fuses first, if they are okay it may need to have the dash light bulbs replaced - espcially on a vehicle that old.
If you already checked your bulbs then check your fuses, usually this is the case when all the lights stop working at the same time.