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Which fuse on a 2004 Nissan Sentra controls the lights on the instrument panel?


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2007-10-20 21:45:27
2007-10-20 21:45:27

When you remove the fuse panel cover on the inside there should be a "map" of all the fuses. If that is not there or not visible then pull the fuses until you find one tha has failed. I think it is a low amperege type like 7.5, 10 or 15 Amp max. But before you go to that trouble, check to see if your tail lights work (not to be confused with brake lights). If not, check the fuse box under the hood next to the battery. There's a 10A fuse that controls brake lights, lights on the instrument panel, and the "beep beep" warning signal that you get if you turn off the motor and open the door with the headlights still on. The fuse box inside, under the dash, should have a fuse puller tool and replacement fuses, with a 10A fuse you can use to make this fix. (This paragraph was correct for my 1998 Sentra and I'm betting it is still correct for later models.)


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