lightbulb in shifter is blown. remove shifter cover to replace bulb
Have you checked the fuse block, for a blown fuse.
Try looking at the fuse that corresponds to the things that are not working. Take the actual fuse out of the fuse box, and look at it, examine it. You will be able to tell immediately if the fuse is blown or not by the way it looks. If it is blown it will have some gray matter or black in there.....or the fuse will look messed up, or both. Good luck to ye!
There may be a switch that is activated by the gearshift position - check under or at side of gearshift or where it connects to the transmission
Check for blown fuse
Yes where you turn on your Fuse instead of going up go down.
Use a test light, Hook up a test light to the ground post of the battery and check both sides of the fuse. If the light lights up on one side but not the other side the fuse is more than likely blown. If the test light lights up on both sides the fuse is good.
most likely a fuse is blown
will your lock move in a full circle with key inserted, if not try looking at your fuse relay might have a blown fuse on that door.or, it may be a simple case of lubrication to the lock..let me know if any of this helps the lock motor might have been wet inside and rusted to the point not revolving anymore thus not letting the lock function. if so the door panel must be removed to remove motor and free it up or replace.
IS THE FUSE IN IT BLOWN? If not get a battery and a test light. You will probably have to cut the fuseable link out. touch one wire end to the battery and make a circuit with it, if the test light doesn't light up and the fuse isn't blown it is bad
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When there is no supply voltage or a switch is open or a fuse has blown to name a few.
It is likely that there is a blown fuse. Open the fuse panel as per your instruction manual. On the fuse itself, you will see what looks like a tiny metal band. If that band is not connected (i.e. the fuse is blown) it will need to be replaced.Otherwise it could be a short circuit somewhere.
Could be, Blown bulb(s), Blown fuse, faulty flasher relay, Faulty signal switch,
There's a short in the wiring of your vehicle somewhere causing the wires to cross and blow the fuse.
if it neither works manually or electricaly then the hardware inside the door has become detatched. pull the inside door panel off, roll the window up and you should be able to see all of the linkage. the clip that links the pieces together is inexpensive. if the door lock actuator is frozen in one position then it can also be accessed this way. It is not the fuse. You can lock it manually with a blown fuse. If it will not lock then the lock mechanism is broken, in some way. Real Answer It is not the fuse or lock mechanism, etc..., I had this problem when I first got my Civic, all you have to do is pull the door handle as if opening your door and either push the lock down or hit the autolock, ( you must pull the door handle out while locking) and this is the only way of manually lockin any Honda.
blown fuse/blub on the lowbeam is pop/wiring is messed up
Blown fuse or a door switch is hanging up.
If an electric window in a Chevrolet Venture will not go up or down, it is likely that a fuse is blown. Replacing the fuse could fix the issue.
All plugs, by law, must have a fuse. Unplug the wii and open up the plug with a screwdriver to get at the fuse if you think it has blown. Remember that if you replace it, make sure it is with a fuse of the same maximum voltage!
You could have a blown fuse. If your Dome light don't work when you open the door and the speedometor doesn't work when you drive and your miles don't show up then you probaly have a blown fuse. It's a 15 amp fuse.
Your engine could be locked up from low oil, burnt up rings or just a blown up engine
If your radio will not turn on at all then it is probably the fuse. Some speakers also have fuses too, if it wasn't a fuse then the speakers would probably sound torn. To check the fuse it depends on your car, look in the manual on how to change the specific fuse. Many modern cars have fuse boxes under the glove box on either the passenger or driver side. The fuse should look somewhat like a flat, transparent house plug, in the middle of the transparent plastic there is normally a connected wire and if it is broken the fuse is blown. If you have a fuse box you can compare with another good fuse or just look up an image of blown auto fuse.
No. The spark plug wires have nothing to do with the illumination of dash gauges. Check your fuse box for blown fuses. A blown fuse that corresponds to the instrument cluster will cause that.
take the fuse out and look for the filimate to be broken or take a 12 volt test light and with the car switched on check both ends of the fuse if only one end lights up then the fuse is blown.