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Old 10-02-2007, 07:44 PM
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First off great forum very informative.

Now for my question,

I have a lighting problem. I installed fog lights and ran them off of my parking lights. We just got dumped on (I live in Washington state so yes...dumped on) and I think some water got in to my connections and blew my parking light fuse/relay. I still have turn signal flash but no parking light (front or rear). Where the heck is the fuse for the parking lights. I can find 3 fuse boxes but none list the parking lights.

Thanks in advanced.

Mikey
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Old 10-03-2007, 01:41 AM
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First off great forum very informative.

Now for my question,

I have a lighting problem. I installed fog lights and ran them off of my parking lights. We just got dumped on (I live in Washington state so yes...dumped on) and I think some water got in to my connections and blew my parking light fuse/relay. I still have turn signal flash but no parking light (front or rear). Where the heck is the fuse for the parking lights. I can find 3 fuse boxes but none list the parking lights.

Thanks in advanced.

Mikey
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Thanks man. That helped a bit. But now I have to ask...what are the chances of me losing the BCM or part of a BCM? Is this something that is like a relay or fuse that can blow?
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Thanks man. That helped a bit. But now I have to ask...what are the chances of me losing the BCM or part of a BCM? Is this something that is like a relay or fuse that can blow?
If you wired them to the parking lights then you probably didn't hurt the bcm. The system would be protected by a fuse. Where did you tap the wires in?
The fuse you are looking for might be in the IPDM on the passenger side of the egine compartment. It is under the platic cover next to the coolant overflow.
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Old 10-03-2007, 06:01 PM
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I tapped in to the parking light wire (i think green/orange) going in to the "light bulb" itself.

I have checked all 3 fuse blocks (Left pass compartment, small block next to battery and also the one on the pass side and i can not find any popped fuses.
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