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Old 05-04-2008, 12:59 PM   #1
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My 2000 Alpine backup lights have quit working. Anyone know where the fuse is located?
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My 2000 Alpine backup lights have quit working. Anyone know where the fuse is located?
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If you remove the Panel in front of the Passenger seat under the dash you will see three Black square boxes. If you remove the covers from on the black boxes you will see they contain fuses and one of them may be for the back up lights.
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r2c2g3 - I am sending you an email with pictures of the electrical panel that show the backup fuse. I could not load the pictures in this reply so they are coming to your email. Cheers.
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