pull out the fuse
I found that bad caps in the ECM (computer) will cause the IGN (ignition) fuse to blow.
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Shorted or corroded socket Blown fuse Bad or misadjusted switch
On the roof
under the dash above the fuse panel
use a scan tool use a code reader either press reset. or pull dome fuse with 2min , put back. its reset.
The easiest way to reset the 2006 Suzuki check engine light is to remove the fuse. Keep the fuse out for 10 seconds, and replace it to its original slot.
Have you looked under the hood on the driver side? I believe it has a black plastic cover over it.
The tail light fuse is located in the fuse box which is located in the glove compartment. The tail light fuse will be a red wire.
Go to your local Napa Parts Store. They have an online account with a national database. They can print a copy off for you.
under left dash is small fuses under hood right side, near fender edge rear is big fuses. examine for blown fuse. just like any fuse.
It's not so much a fuse box, but the 20amp main fuse and 15amp auxillary fuse are located under the front center fender (hood) that covers the battery and headlights.
Replace the fuse with a test light Turn on running lights (test light should illuminate) Remove bulbs one at a time Check fixtures until test light goes out - this will indicate area where short is Further investigate wiring in this area
fuse box location
It is important to have the diagram when changing fuses. If the cover to the fuse box is gone, a person can look in the owners manual and find a fuse box diagram.
Should be the parking/tailight/dash light fuse
Click on the link to your right for the answer.
check the electronic fuel pump harness for shorts at connector ends
pull dome fuse above knee. in fuse box. pulling battery makes ecu relearn everything. dome fuse resets memory only. Maybe just disconnect battery for a couple of minutes and it will reset
passenger side fuse panel....#2
The brake light fuse for a 1995 Honda Civic is found in the cabin fuse box. The fuse is labeled as STOP.
It is a black square module hanging from the fuse box under the left side of the dash.
its one of these but my full schematic set shows on power windows this year. this circuit uses a door lock circuit breaker , in fuse box. 30amp fuse, will be obivious. says left dash. this fuse runs windows and door locks both. so if both functions are dead, bingo, on fuse.