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Does anybody know where the brake or turn signal fuses are located?

The left brake light and turn signal stopped working this afternoon (front signal is fine), I read the owners manual and nothing is mentioned about the turn signals or brake lights I also read through a lot of the posts here but I can't find a straight answer.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks,

Tom
 

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not really sure ... i would assume they are in the main fuse box ... now there is 3 of them that i know of ... one under the hood ... under the battery cover look on that one ... there is one in the trunk on the left side ... when you open the trunk look on the left and you'll see a window looking thing ... open it - you'll see a black rectangular box ... open the box and there willl be the fuse box number 2 ... the third one is in the car under the dash ... it's on the right side of the center counsol ... where the passengers feet normaly are (if they're not out the window lol:) ... remove the plastic cover with your hands and you'll see the fuse box number 3

it's pretty easy to find the right fuse ... they usually tell you what the fuses are ... so good luck ... let us know if you need more help
 

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Yeah I found all three last night and I have the owners manual and it makes no reference to the brake light or turn signal fuses.

On a brighter note I got up a bit early and swapped a couple of the bulbs and that was the problem even though I can't find a break in the filament, so life is good again, but I would of thought that we would have a marked fuse for the break lights/turn signals but I guess we don't.
 

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I'm pretty sure mine are labeled, I can check for you when I get back in town. But it sounded like a blown bulb problem to me.. And it seems like it was!
 

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2 filaments?

I'm having the same problem, can't find the fuse either. Weird thing is, when I turn on the lights, all bulbs light up. Is it still possibly the bulb, and it has 2 filaments or something (1 for lights and one that blinks for the signal?>
 

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Bulbs are cheap and worth replacing if they're old, It could be a bulb. I recommend putting Dielectric grease in the socket when replacing,

Check the fuse box in the trunk and passenger compartment. I'm sure the fuse is there somewhere. I would think the trunk box...
 
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