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Like the title says...starting replacing my interior lights with LED lights. The map lights when in beautifully and work great. I replaced the dome lights and now no interior light works. I put the stock bulbs back in and same thing. Any ideas what could be wrong??? The connectors that you push the lights into where a little loose which is why I had issues putting the new bulbs in but once I got them in they still didn't work. I'm at a loss.
 

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Same happened to me when replacing the interiors, I believe the dome light is a 20 fuse, should be easy to replace
 

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Same happened to me when replacing the interiors, I believe the dome light is a 20 fuse, should be easy to replace
Okay, I figured this is what happened. I thought I read in the manual last night that it was a 10a fuse. Are you sure it is a 20?

Anyone know? I am going after work to get the fuse.
 

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Yeah, I just found the diagram online and it says interior lights - 10a. I am assuming that is the fuse that blew.
 

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Buy a small pack that will have 5,10,and 20 amp in it. there cheap and some times a lot easier to find than just one amperage fuse
 

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LED Interior Lights

I did the same thing. I accidentally blew a fuse as well. Once I replaced the fuse I am a happy camper. The lights are amazingly bright and white. The interior looks great at night. I replaced all 6 lights and my license plate lights. :)
 

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I did the same thing. I accidentally blew a fuse as well. Once I replaced the fuse I am a happy camper. The lights are amazingly bright and white. The interior looks great at night. I replaced all 6 lights and my license plate lights. :)
Pictures?

Any way I can go about NOT blowing a fuse :eek:
 

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Like anything electrical, pull the fuse (or turn off the breaker if it's in the house) if you're replacing components that have constant power.
 
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