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Old 14 Jun 2008, 03:07 am
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Default Right Low Headlight + Shifter light Dead HELP

tired wet cold and frustrated
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Went and bought a new silver star headlight for the passanger side low beam
put it in and found it still was out - worked with high beams on - same with new bulb
Tried new bulb in left side worked no problem
Tried left bulb that worked in right side on low didnt work
Wife noticed afrer when I got back in that the shifter/middle console light PRND etc was out/not working
even when turned on from the switch on the wheel

Checked all the fuses under the hood and am wondering
Is the fuses under the hood all the fuses?
Cant see any in the car? is there?
i read somehwhere the L and R are diff volts/fuses
but have had no luck

Any advice be apreciated
desperate - if not ill have to serice monday
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Old 14 Jun 2008, 07:24 am
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Default Re: Right Low Headlight + Shifter light Dead HELP

There's plenty of fuses on the left hand side of the drivers side, has a little panel. Open it up and check them out.
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Old 14 Jun 2008, 11:53 pm
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i dont see a fuse box anywhere on the driver side
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Is there one inside the door, in the dash so to speak? You can't see it until your door is open.

On the 01's the interior fuse box is located in front of the left knee if you are sitting in the car covered by a little panel.
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