My '95 GA lost tail lights, dash and parking lights . . .

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Asked by Apr 30, 2008 at 06:00 PM about the 1995 Pontiac Grand Am 4 Dr SE Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

. . . all fuses are good, but one or two spots appear to be dead in fuse box. Can't figure out how to get to the wires behind fuse box to determine if there's corrosion going on, or if there may be another fuse attached???  Anyone know how to get to the back side of the fuse panel?  Or have any idea what else it might be??? HELP!

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Use tha owners manual, (buy cheap at AUtozone)

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Sounds like a short to me, but perhaps related to a ground fault. The only way to get to the wires behind the fuse box is to take it out, and look from there. Try electrical contact cleaner in the dead spots of the fuse panel before removing it.

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95 common problem...corroded wires under the seat..peel the carpet back and check the main harness from the front to the back under the carpet...hope this helps...

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Hmmm . . . didn't think about under the carpet! I'll give that a shot : ) I'll also try the electrical contact cleaner as well. Figure it can't hurt :-D Thanx Mucho!

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