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Old 08-31-2011, 07:02 PM   #1
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Default Fuse for gauge cluster & rear tail lights?

Ive tried almost all of em, the cluster works, just doesnt have a black light. Can anyone help?
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Default Re: Fuse for gauge cluster & rear tail lights?

You didn't tell us what car you have! For my car 6th gen accord v6, there is a "small lights" fuse on the passenger side fuse box that controls those.
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Default Re: Fuse for gauge cluster & rear tail lights?

oof 95 accord ex coupe i changed the small lights fuse and it didnt work -_-
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Default Re: Fuse for gauge cluster & rear tail lights?

Small Lights fuse in the engine bay is the culprit

If not that it is potentially the dimmer switch box that is located to the left of the steering wheel.
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well i swapped out the small lights fuse already, so now its to the dimmer V_V
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