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Old 09-22-2007, 09:27 AM
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I need the engine fuse box diagram for a 2004 maxima I want to change the fuses but i dont have no diagram. Please help
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This is the only fuse diagram I have. Which fuse do you want to change?
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i would to check all but my fog lights isnt working and also the speedometer isnt working also
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i would to check all but my fog lights isnt working and also the speedometer isnt working also
There is a good chance that both fog light bulbs are burned out. It is very common.
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i just bought both fog lights brand new for the dealer
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i just bought both fog lights brand new for the dealer
Are you saying that the Fog Lamps did work at one time? Or, are you saying you just installed the Fog Lamps?

In the meantime - I looked up your Fog Lamp. I pulled this from your Service Manual Section LT - LIGHTING SYSTEM.
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It was working before but i got in a car accident so I had to buy a new set and when i plug it in it didnt come on. Thanks for the diagram, also how do you install the fog lights i having problem with putting the bracket in the bumper it seems that it doesnt fit
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It was working before but i got in a car accident so I had to buy a new set and when i plug it in it didnt come on. Thanks for the diagram, also how do you install the fog lights i having problem with putting the bracket in the bumper it seems that it doesnt fit
You did it again to me!

Wait a minute - are you saying you didn't have the car repaired? You are repairing it yourself?

I pulled this from the same Section...
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The car is repaired but the little minor stuff i'm trying to install my self like the fog lights
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The car is repaired but the little minor stuff i'm trying to install my self like the fog lights
Got ya. Remember - check your fuses (especially the Relay's under the hood). The accident may have caused you to blow a fuse and/or relay.
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I am looking for the fuse box that has the fuse for the 12V outlet near the gear shift on a 2006 Maxima. Also what fuse is it in the fuse box?
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