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Where is the fuse for the tail lights on a 1999 Saturn sl2?

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2008-11-18 16:39:36
2008-11-18 16:39:36

There are 2 fuse boxes on a 1999 Saturn SL2. The fuse for the tail lights is in the Electrical fuse box under the hood. It is located on the drivers side in front of the battery.

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