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I have a 2019 EX-L that has had illuminated cup holder & foot well lighting added. I wasn't happy with the foot well lighting & was trying to add additional lighting when like a idiot I shorted the wiring. Now have no power (12 volts) & for the life of me can locate a fuse. Anyone have any ideal where the power source comes from or the fuse location. THANKS for any help.
 

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Interior lighting is a 7.5 amp fuse located in position 18.
 

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Check the interior lighting fuse, which would be #18 in the fuse box (type A) under the dashboard, or the instrument panel lighting fuse, which would be #25.
Beyond that, maybe fuse #28 or #40.
 

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I have a 2019 EX-L that has had illuminated cup holder & foot well lighting added. I wasn't happy with the foot well lighting & was trying to add additional lighting when like a idiot I shorted the wiring. Now have no power (12 volts) & for the life of me can locate a fuse. Anyone have any ideal where the power source comes from or the fuse location. THANKS for any help.
My understanding is that the cup holder & foot well lighting only illuminate when the headlights or parking lights are on. So, I would check fuses for headlights, parking lights & tail lights. Have you checked that all the exterior lights are working?
 

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My understanding is that the cup holder & foot well lighting only illuminate when the headlights or parking lights are on. So, I would check fuses for headlights, parking lights & tail lights. Have you checked that all the exterior lights are working?
No, I will do so. Thanks
 

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Check the interior lighting fuse, which would be #18 in the fuse box (type A) under the dashboard, or the instrument panel lighting fuse, which would be #25.
Beyond that, maybe fuse #28 or #40.
Thank You for sharing the info. Hopefully one of those is my problem.
 
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