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While installing some lights on my car looking for power I seem to have shorted out some lights. The Ash-tray/ Coin holder, Passenger airbag indicator, cigarette lighter port, temperature knobs, and possibly the blue backlighting in the gauge cluster has all gone out, and I'm hopping its simply a blown fuse. After driving the car for a couple of minutes I noticed the airbag/seatbelt tensioner warning light on, I think and hope it is simply due to the malfunctioning/shorted indicator light but who knows, what I am asking is what fuse controls these lights and do you think it will fix the airbag light?:frown2:
 

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There are two fuse boxes, one under the hood on the driver side, and the other underneath the glove compartment. The one you want is probably under the glove compartment. There is a fuse box diagram in the owners manual and that will tell you which fuses you need to take a look at. If you don't physically have an owners manual, there are free pdf's online.
 
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