Open passenger door, side of dash panel comes off. Courtesy lamp is a 10 A.
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
fuse box on the passenger side of dashboard, shoudl be(not counting the large ones), 4th row from the left 3rd one down.
dome lights do not work. checked the fuse which is ok. checked the bulbs which are also ok. where is the problem
Where is the fuse for running lights on 2001 e250
Replace bulbs, check operation of door switches. Check position of dome light switch. Make sure light bulb contacts are clean.
In my venture ther is a switch on the overhead console that disables the inside lights.
check for a blown fuse in the fuse box.
who knows. These vans are a rollin joke.
The ctsy fuse is for your courtesy lights. These include your dome lights, vanity mirror lights, and any other small misc. lights in your truck.
Check your fuse box almost guaranteed you have a blown fuse.
check the dome light fuse that could be the problem.......or interior fuse Instrument lights.
My brake lights, dome lights and dash board lights went out at the same time. I checked the fuse under the hood of the car and I can't locate the fuse box inside the car. My questions are (1) what cloud have cause for all three(3) lights to go out at the same time and (2) where inside the car is the fuse box?
Driver side under dash near hood release there is a fuse block.
check the fuse box for a blown fuse.
under hood fuse box next to battery in box it will be bottom left The ignition off draw fuse powers the radio memory, the dome lights, etc
According to the Owners Manual, fuse #29. See "Related Questions" below for more - especially if your dome lights stay on and you're getting a 'door ajar' chime/warning.
in the interrior fuse pannel it is the fuse labeled DOME LIGHT, or possibly INTERRIOR LIGHTS. i believe it should be a 15 maybe 20 amp fuse
If dome lights and sunroof of a Mitsubishi Galant are not working, it is probably due to blown fuse. It is time to replace old ones.
it should be the 4th one
CHECK THE FUSE PANEL DASH & TAIL LIGHTS WORK FROM SAME FUSE
I have a 97 and just changed that fuse for the dome and interior lights, only it also has the tail lights, any way, it is located on driver side on left, fuse # 15 and it is a 10 amp, hope it is a help
Fuse panel, under Dash, Check owners manual for exact number... (15?) To be more clear, it is the 'small lights' 10A fuse on the passenger side fuse box. If this fuse is blown, it will effect the instrument lights, tail lights, and I believe the dome lights.
Usually it does not. Unless your remote control unit is on the same fuse along with the dome lights.
It maybe a 'shared' fuse that is called 'acc' or with the horn, dome lights, etc.