There is not typically a fuse light, but rather a MIL (malfunction indicator light), SES(Service engine soon) light or Service vehicle soon light. Use a scanner to obtain the malfunction codes, and if none show, it is likely a body module light. Typically, these include Wheel Speed sensors in the hub.
take out fuse 2 abs light on instrument panel
By fixing the defect/deficiency which is causing the air bag light to come on. It could be as simple as replacing a fuse.
! ! Like this: "LOOK OUT FOR THAT SWERVING CAR"! An exclamation mark. (!)
It depends what fuse but yes it is possible. If it is the ignition fuse then yeah your car won't start. If it is the fuse for your horn, yeah the car will still start.
probley your fuse on your car/truck is blown to check step one : you find your fuse box. step two: you find the blinker fuse. step 3: pull it out look in it and if you see a crack in the bar across the fuse the fuse is blown. hope this helps
Look in your owners manual you will find every fuse on the car and what each fuse does as well as the fuse watt.
The "dome" is the light on the ceiling of your car. It is called a dome because this light is usually shaped like a dome.
Don't know if this will help but the main fuse cluster for the car is inside the car on the left hand side of the car under the dash. My manual does not identify the interior dome light fuse, however the door of the fuse compartment should help some what. Look at fuse #5 courtesy lamps.
Look under the hood of car on left side ( driver's side ) and you will see a black box labeled with fuse locations. Look for the fuse for ECU it will be a 10 amp fuse. Remove the fuse for about fifteen minutes. Replace the fuse and start engine. Check engine light will be out.
Check the owners manual for the fuse box location for your specific car. There are often two fuse boxes in cars, one under the hood and one inside the car, look up a fuse configuration diagram, there is often one on the inside of the fuse box cover, and look for a description that would relate to the dash light. It is fairly easy to tell if a fuse is blown by looking at it, if you don't see a blown fuse the dash light bulb most likely needs the be replaced.
usually is depending on the car :)
It looks like a little red car with little lines sticking out from it to resemble light rays.
There. Is no transmission light on this car. The check engine light looks like a little yellow engine.
Under the hood of your car there is a fuse box by the driver side light look under the fuse box cover and it will tell you what fuse is for the horn. simply pull out the appropriate one and your done!
take the fuse out and look for the filimate to be broken or take a 12 volt test light and with the car switched on check both ends of the fuse if only one end lights up then the fuse is blown.
It looks like a little red car battery.
It is the fuse that says stop light under the hood in the fuse box on the driver's side of the car.