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Old 02-25-2006, 09:27 PM   #1
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today I bought some blue interior lights, as I'm changing them out the two front ones worked when I get to the back door lights while I was carefully taking out the old one a small ark accured ( go figure). so now none of the work. I have looked at all the fuses under the hood and none of them are blown. What am I missing here? I know it'* something simple and that'* what makes it so hard to find.lol. Anyways I put together the 3 hockey pucks today and drilled them put the bolt thru them and tommorow I'm going to install it. Wish me luck.

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Cliff...you have a fuse for that somewhere...under the backseat I think.

Check the owners manual.
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Cliff, Try checking fuse 27 (10A) INT LP Fuse in the rear fuse block. There is also a relay 51 INT LP Relay for the interior ltg. in the rear fuse block. There are quite a few other components that control Interior Lighting involved here, but I'd start by checking the fuse & relay first.
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Well I found that fuse under the rear seat. I didn't reallize that there was also a rear block of fuses. Like I said it was something simple and I appreciate the help from both you guys. i tried adding the blue lights under the dash but it is a totally different bulb style and not to mention I got the solid motor mount done today. But, I really can't see a difference except a better ride considering the old mount was literally busted.

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Glad to have another happy customer.

On a side note, I don't think we're going to have a single 2K at the next WCBF WITHOUT a solid motor mount now.
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