Because of a damaged wire in a trailer I was pulling, I burned out the fuse that serves the parking lights, as well as the dashboard light. For the life of me I cannot locate it. I've looked in the fuse panel accessible by opening the driver's door, the fuse panel accessible by opening the passenger door, and the fuse panel under the hood. I have looked at the fuse maps printed on the covers of these three locations, and I have looked at the fuse maps printed in my owner's manual. Nada.
This is a 4-cylinder with a manual transmission.
Can anyone clue me in?
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Thank you for your reply. However, I did already look over the fuse box that is under the hood on the passenger side, mounted on the firewall. All I managed to do is set of my alarm and leave my ears bleeding. Can you please tell me which fuse it is? The labeling sure doesn't make it obvious.
since labeling is not obvious, use an omh meter and check each fuse to besure it has condinuity. some fuse look good but have minor fractures unseen with a visual. If you get a hold of a service manual for your car, the wire diagram and location of all the fuse is shown. You can also go to the library for free info using the chilton or many library have helms, chilton, some sort of service manual.
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