First you need to locate the fuse box. Many are under the dash near or to the left of the steering wheel. Some are under the hood in the engine compartment. The fuse box cover will often show the size (AMPS) of fuse in each slot as well as what it operates. If you have further questions about the fuses, check the owners manual which should define it in more detail.
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?
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
short to ground check bulbs in tail, corrosion can do it
where is the fuse for tail lights in 1988 mercury grand marquis
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.
Tail lights and brake lights fuse.
1993 jaguar xj6 Tail lights turn on and off
Check the bulbs - they are double filamented with the larger being for tailights and the smaller for stop lights Check the fuse for parking/tail and dash lights Check the operation of the switch - they fail at times
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.
No the tail lights are in the fuse box on the drivers side the dash lights are just bulbs you have to replace when they burn out.
Man vehicles have the dash lights and tail lights wired through the same fuse. Check your fuse box for the dash or tail light fuse. Something has most likely caused it to blow.
it is most likely that it is a relay if both your tail lights and your dash lights are not turning on when your head lights are on, because your head lights run off of their own fuse it is most likely that it is a relay if both your tail lights and your dash lights are not turning on when your head lights are on, because your head lights run off of their own fuse
Check the fuse for the tail lights. Also check the bulbs.
The ash board lighting and tail lamp lighting often share the same cicuit. The most common problem, when neither of them works, is a blown fuse. Don't rely on a visual inspection of the fuse. Remove it and test it for continuity.
Look for a fuse labeled TAIL LIGHTS. There are 2 separate circuits, one for brake turn and flasher and the other is for tail lights.
generally the tail light fuse is the same fuse as the turn signals
There are a variety of issues that can cause the tail lights to stop working in a 1993 Chevy S-10 pickup. There may be a blown fuse, a damaged wire, or the bulbs may be burned out.