There should be a fuse diagram in the owner/service manual for this car under the capacities or diagram section. Look up "fuses" in the index. This diagram should show exactly the one in question. _also if you removed the stock stereo your lights may not work due to the fact that your lights run trough it_ -aojedam
Should be under the driver side dash.
Check your fuse for tail lights. I think the dash and tail lights are on the same fuse so you know when your tail lights don't work. Might have a short or an open in that circuit.
the fuse box will be under the dash and i do beleave there is also a fuse box under the hood hope this helps
might be a fuse
The fuse for the fog lights in a 1993 Ford Ranger is located in the fuse box. The fuse box is located under the hood, or under the driver side dash board.
Be sure the dash light dimmer switch is not turned off.
First, check the fuse box and replace the fuse for the indicator lights. If the lights still do not work then replace the dash bulb itself.
The dash lights on a 93 Toyota 4Runner are replaced by removing the dash trim and panels. When the dash internals are exposed, the individual bulbs can then be replaced.
If the fuses are good then it's probably the headlight switch. There is a setting that turns the dash lights off, check and make sure someone hasn't been turning your knob.
If you mean the lights, it's probably just the headlight switch itself, which can be rotated to adjust the brightness of the dash lights. Turn it back and forth to see if the dash lights wake up. If you mean the dash electronics altogether, that'd be wiring.. probably a ground - get a schematic and get to it. check ur fusebox..fuse might be blown
check your fuses
on my 1996 Saturn it was a blown fuse under my hood my headlights worked, but the lcd light or my back lights on my car didnt work.
In fuse panel under lower dash panel cover.
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.
you mean the engine still runs?
Blown fuse? Bad rheostat dimmer switch?
There has been a power failure to these lights. Check for loose wiring at the battery, a bad fuseable link, or blown fuse to start the troubleshooting process.
6 1/2 in the back and front doors 4'' on the dash
its under ur steering column and the fuze is a ten,
A short in the tail light circuit. Brake and turn are on another circuit. Dash light power is fed from the tail light fuse to the dimmer switch and on to the dash lights. Look for a short in the tail light wiring circuit. Also check the license plate light for a short as it is on the tail light circuit also. Had a car with blown fuse, traced the circuit for tail lights and found nothing. Jumped the fuse and burned out the wiring to the tail lights. Come to find out, the short was in the license plate light. Also a bad headlight switch can cause this. Both tail light circuit and headlight circuit go through the switch. Contacts for the tail lights may be bad (defective switch common).
Check your tail lights to see if they are working. Some car makers tie the dash lights to the tail lights as a way to warn you the tail lights are out. Alternately, your head light control dimmer has gone bad.
It seems like you have a problem with the fuse for your dashboard. Locate the fuse and switch it for a new fuse.
The fuse box for a 93 topaz is located under the dash board on the drivers side just beneath the switch for the headlights (you have to look under the dashboard to find it)