The fuse is located either in the fuse box under the dash, or on some, out under the hood. The box covers usually have the identification of what the fuse and breakers are used for. Look in the owners manual. It too should have the location, and labeling of which fuse protects which circuit.
What would cause your fuse to blow when you turn on your lights on your 1993 mazda 323 the fuse to the tail lights on dash lights blow?
It probably means you have a bad wire or bad ground on that circuit. The tail lights and dash lights on that car are on the same circuit. Try replacing the tail light bulbs and fuse anyway. I had an Accord that did the same thing. Ended up being bad bulbs.
on my 95 accord the dash lights and the tail lights are on the same fuse. There are 2 fuse boxes on inside the car on the left side of the drivers footwell (yours might be different). if you lost your manual just open the fuse box up and it has a list of the fuse locations and there are usually a few spare ones. If you don't have a spare that matches then use a lower one not a higher one
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You have got a blown fuse. These lights are all on the same circuit.
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.
Check your fuse. Usually the manufacturer has the dash lights and the tail lights on the same circuit.
check the fuses and check the bulbs.
Should be the same fuse for parking light/tail lights Should be the same fuse for parking light/tail lights Should be the same fuse for parking light/tail lights Should be the same fuse for parking light/tail lights
I have the same problem with my 1999. The tail lights as well as the interior instrument panel and the license plate lights are all not working.
The fuse box is on the right side of dashboard when door is open, tail light fuse will cause tail and dash lights to go out.
Check your tail lights they are probably out also. Most domestic cars power the dash lights off of the tail light circuit so you will know when the tail light fuse blows. Check the tail light fuse.
Defective or out of adjustment brake light switch.
Check bulbs Check fuse for parking/tailights Check brake light fuse
where is the fuse for tail lights in 1988 mercury grand marquis
Brake lights and turn signals are on a separate circuit from the tail lights. Tail lights are on the same circuit with the dashboard lights. If the dashboard lights aren't working either, check the fuse. If they ARE working, check the headlight switch.
check your fuses
for the tail lights all the other lights are working blanking lights brake lights and reverse lights but no tail lights on both side
Same fuse as tail lights
check the fuse
Generally, dash lights and tail lights are on the same fuse so that if the tail fuse blows you'll know. When the tail light was "smashed", it shorted out the circuit and blew the fuse. You need to fix the tail light before you can get the dash lights to work.
blown fuse, bad wire, bad bulb....
Tail lights and brake lights fuse.
The tail lights and plate lights are on the same fuse, if the tail light come on it is not the fuse. Plate lights are not checked that often and it is common for them both to be brunt out when they are noticed.
Tail lights are usually on the same fuse with interior lights and dash lights. That is so you will know when the fuse is blown. Brake lights are usually on a different circuit. If a fuse is blown, try to figure out the cause rather than just replacing the fuse.