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On my 2004 trailblazer i have no power at my power fuse under the rear seat there is also no power for the 4wd ans brake fuses what do they get there power from


no power at my power fuse under the rear seat ??? Do you mean the whole rear fuse box is dead . Or just a single fuse ? What number fuse an how many amp's ? Under hood fuse box I/P BATT fuse number 48 125 amp ,this power's the rear fuse box.

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No power to windows, radio, dash


I would start by checking if the under dash fuse panel is getting power to all the fuses. A few will be hot at all times (like the brake light fuse, horn fuse), but with key on, all fuses in the fuse panel should have power available to them.
Use a test light, clip the ground clip to a metal bracket, and use the test light probe to touch the fuses at the ends-the little indents on top of fuse is open to the metal strip in the fuse. When the probe touches that strip, the test light should light, meaning power is getting to the fuses. No light? Maybe not grounded good-keep trying until you get a light when touching the fuses through that little **** at top of fuse. When you have a good ground, check all fuses. With key on, all fuses should have power-now you can check the radio fuse and dash fuse.

You can do this also to check for a blown fuse. Even a blown fuse will light the tester on one end of fuse. A good fuse will light tester on both ends of fuse. A blown fuse will only light tester on one end. You can check fuses this way without pulling the fuse out to inspect.
If no power to the fuse panel or to part of the panel, look for a bad fusible link or maxi fuse that distributes power to the fuse panel. There may also be a relay (ignition relay) that the key switch turns on to send power to the fuses that are hot in accessory or run.

Sep 30, 2013 | 2001 Toyota Celica

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Yea im not getting power in the 2,3,4,5,6 position in the underdash fuse box and im also getting no power in the 2 relays witch i think or in the hi beam and low beam place in the engine car not getting...


The only power in the inertia switch is when the fuel pump wire has power-and only when the pump is demanded to run-during the initial pressurizing of fuel lines (for about 2 seconds) when key is turned to ON, during cranking, and during running of the engine.
Power to the fuse block will come from the power distribution box-the fuse/relay block-under the hood. Check all your maxi fuses. One of them will supply power to the fuses, or if not them, then there will be a fusible link just off the battery that distributes power to various circuits, including the fuse box. But first check the maxi fuses. Same for the relays: the power feed for them will also be a power distributor- a maxi fuse or fusible link.
If a wiring diagram would help you, register for free at autozone.com, listing make, model, year, and engine size. Car specific wiring diagrams and repair procedures are then available to you. Look under repair guides, may have to look around for wiring diagrams, sometimes under chassis electrical,
sometimes a stand alone entry, but it's there. Also a component location guide-it may show where or what those two relays are. The wiring diagram may show, should show, how power gets directed to the fuse box. Good luck.

Sep 24, 2013 | 2001 Ford Taurus

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No power at fuse for power windows


Sounds like a wire that is not connected properly. Rechk all connections including inside the cab. Chk if u can find where down the line u get power then work from there. Chk if u can get power by earthing the power at the fuse insert. Using a meter rechk all yr wiring to the windows as this will show u where the power is lost. cheers

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Fuse out


Check the power acc. fuse or the ecm fuse the power acc fuse is normally under the dash and the ecm fuse/relay is generally under the hood on the drivers side is a box marked power distribution center

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The power outlet in the front drivr side by the cup holder doesnt work.


The power outlets get their power from the power outlet relay. The power outlet relay gets its power from fuse #21 in the Power Distribution Center (PDC) in the engine compartment. It is a 20 Amp fuse. If the other power outlet works, it is not caused by the relay or the fuse. You most likely would have a broken wire or defective power outlet in this case.

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I can't get my dome light to work. Witch fuse is associated with this problem? where can i get a fuse box diagram?


GET A GOOD FUSE TESTER, TEST ALL OFF THE FUSES. THERE ARE 2 FUSEBOXES, ON UNDER THE HOOD & ONE INSIDE THE VEHICLE. ALL FUSES CAN BE CHECKED WHILE STILL IN PLACE . THERE ARE TEST POINTS FACING OUT. POWER ON ONE SIDE, BAD FUSE. POWER ON BOTH SIDES, GOOD FUSE. POWER ON NEITHER SIDE, SPARE FUSE.

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Windows won't go up or down


Fuses maybe? but more likely you have a power feed from the battery to the fuse box that has become disconnected or broken.

Get a test light and check the fuses with the key on to see if you have power to both sides of the fuses.

If you have power to both sides of the fuses, its not the fuse or the power supply.

If you have power on only one side of the fuse it the fuse.

If you have no power on either side of the fuse, your not getting power to the fuses block.

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Nov 28, 2009 | 2000 Isuzu Trooper

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Radio no power 2000 vw beetle.


you may try checking the fuse box and see if the radio fuse is broken, if it is, try to raplace it.

Jul 16, 2009 | 2000 Volkswagen Beetle

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My tail lights and dash panel lights don't work


Get a test light and check all the fuses. With the older Chevies the dash lights and tail lights use the same fuse. You can check all the fuses by touching the test light to each side of the fuse. If there is power to one side and not the other(of the same fuse) that tells you that there is energy getting to it but not coming out of it. Replace the fuse. If there is no power to the fuse at all that means that you haven't powered it up. Sometimes you have to activate power to the fuse by turning that device on.

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