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Old 07-25-2010, 06:45 PM
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Fuse Box locations

I bought my 04 Trailblazer yesterday.
While driving it at night I noticed that the dome lights dont come on when the door opens. and the indicatior for the door open doesnt come one either.
I just went out side to see if I could find the fuse for it to see if it is blown. started looking around and the only fuse box I found was under the hood. Where are the others or is that the only one?
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Under the seat of the rear passenger - driver's side.

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cool, thanks

Just to save space and not start another thread since this kind of relates.

I have my driver side reverise light out, along with my dome lights and door open indicator. I changed my reverise light. nothing happened. still doesnt work. are all these compontents in the same circuit? I tried pulling the fuse for the dome lights and couldnt tell if they where blown or not.
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The dome lights might be turned off. Switch by the headlight switch.

If it is a fuse, it's #4, or #40 in the rear fuse panel

The backups are one the same fuse, so the fuse is ok.
The problem is with the rear assembly, a bad bulb, a bad circuit board, or a bad connector (of course, there could be a broken wire, but not high on the list).

The door open indicator may be a burnt out light in the dash.
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