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This is a discussion on Footwell Lights within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; So today I was bored and picked up a LED footwell light kit from pepboys for about . I tried ...

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    Footwell Lights

    So today I was bored and picked up a LED footwell light kit from pepboys for about $12. I tried wiring the passenger side light into the glove box light and it immediately went out along with the cubby hole light. I assume it blew the fuse? This is a 2010 WRX btw. I know the subaru footwell light kit wires in with the cubby hole light so any idea why this would cause the fuse to blow? thanks. And also anyone know where the fuse is located and what kind to replace it?

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    Just look in your fuse box, there should be a labeled diagram telling which is which. And when you find the blown one it will say on the fuse itself how many amps it's for.

    If you accidentally grounded the hot wire in the process of wiring things up that would blow the fuse almost instantly. Make sure your are wiring things correctly, a DMM is your friend.

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