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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-01-2009, 10:36 PM Thread Starter
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2003 Guage Cluster/Running Lights/Plate Light Fuse?

Yes, I've searched this... Still unclear.

I was working on some electrial (FE) and now my running lights, plate light, speedo, tach, are not working..... I suspect I blew the fuse...

But, I dont' know where this fuse is located... Can someone please tell me....

I suspect it could be under the seat ... or under the left mid...

Which one is it....?
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Disregard.......... Fixed.
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I ran into the same problem last night. Disconnected battery, installed turn signals.
Now no tail light running light and instrument cluster not working.


How'd you fix yours? Replace fuse? If so, which one? Where's it located? Thanks!
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Ok I fixed it!
There's a fuse box under the left cowl.
It's red mini-fuse with number 10. There's a sticker on the outside of the fuse box that tells you which fuse to pull. I think it was the third from the top.
I couldn't pull it with my fingers; I needed pliers.

Good luck anyone who reads this.
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Yup, those little 10amp fuses love to blow. Always a good idea to keep a spare in the box all the time too.
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