Sorry I have been busy.. I still don't know the exactness of the fuses. But When I first started dealing with this there were two fuses that would blow. One Outside under the hood.. The other is Under the Dash.. This was over a year ago ..It would blow the outside fuse and or the inside when I turn the lights on... The odd part was that my fix was to bypass the dash fuse by pulling power from another "always hot fuse" and feed it to the same "issued" fuse just bypassing the "power" side... OOODDD I know, but it worked so the issue seemed to be somehow a part of the relay system.. I never did understand what it was that would make that happen.. It was fixed so I just gave up on the Why.. What I do know is that after that I got a new feature.. I could turn the key off and it would stay running!! It was kinda nice if I wanted to shut it off I turned off the lights It was back-feeding the relay so once off it open the relay and it would not close it again without the key... I will get out there and look at What it was I did Fuse numbers and locations.. But as for now I just haven't driven it at night.. Well just to the corner store.. Thank for your replies..
Where is that located exactly?? Is it the rubber boot between the two?? How would I access it to run a new wire if so.. ??the wires in the 'gaiter' from the body to the hatch