Where is the fuse located that controls the inside dash lights on a 1993 Ford Explorer
The relay that controls the taillights and interior lights on a 2000 Mitsubishi Mirage is in the driver's side fuse box. It is to the left of the steering wheel in the dash. One thing to note about this vehicle is if a brake light burns out, the car might also lose the dash lights or interior lights. Check the brake lights before replacing a fuse that might not need replacing.
On a 2008, fuse 13 (10 amp) located inside the fuse box in the engine bay controls your DRL. Removing it should disable your lights.
fuse # 27
The door chime is located inside the driver's side door. It is part of an instrument cluster that controls the interior lights, locks, and alarm.
The switch on your brake pedal that controls the lights is most likely stuck, try some WD40 before replacing it.
A TNS relay is located in the fuse box of a vehicle. It controls the vehicle's turn signal lights, running lights, taillights, and dash lights.
There should be a diagram on the inside of the fusebox cover.
Look in your owners manual if you have it and it will have a diagram of all the fuses and their functions.
Mini-fuse #23 15amp located side instrument panel inside of passenger door . Actual name is- Stop Lamps.
Should be on the parking/tailight circuit
Check your fuses for these devices. Or while under the dash you have accidentally unplugged them.
check your fuses and relays
There are 3 fuse boxes. Main one that controls your lights and radio and such is located inside a panel as you open the driver side door. the Other one one is located inside the passenger side door. The 3rd one would be under the hood close to the firewall. It is a small black box. this one controls the horn and any other components needing more power.
under the headlights On the inside of the markerlights
On a sunny day, or in an inside room with the lights on, it is all around you.
What make and model is it? does it have a "dome override button"?
What fuse controls the brake lights on a 1998 Chevy Camaro? It should be labeled on the fuse block.
The neutral safety switch is what controls the reverse lights. It is located on the top of the transmission almost directly below the brake master cylinder.
Are u talking about replacing the bulb or replacing the light cover?
Try Replacing the ATM Fuse 15Amp that is located in your fuse box under the Steering wheel dash, you need to put your back to the floor on the driver side under the dash board and look up and take the cover off the fuse box which is located up high under your dash and replace the fuse listed as "TAIL 15A" this controls your tail lights for when your head lights are on and your speedometer lights etc.
Try replacing the back-up light switch. It is located on the left side of the transmission. It is a common problem.
the fuse that controls the interior lights, running board,an rear wiper is blown. it is a 15amp fuse in the panel. Also,try the cluster dimmer position since it controls the running board lights and exterior mirror lights as well.This dimmer is located next to the headlight switch.Good luck!
No one really controlls the traffic lights. A computer system controls the traffic lights, and no humans are involved with controlling the traffic lights day in and day out. It is all automated these days.