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I just took a quick look at the FSM and i'm lost. You know as much as i hear people talk bad about hondas, atleast they can make a decent SM and ETM, even the early 80's models had easy manuals to follow.
If you take a look at page 50-12 on the online FSM you can see the power distribution section, you may be able to locate the fuse from there. Good luck.
BTN stands for Body/Tail/iNterior. It protects the HAZARD, ANTENNA, ROOM, STOP, ILLUM and ABS fuses in the cabin fuse box, which in turn protect the hazard lights, antenna, ECU memory, brake lights, tail lights, ABS, power locks, clock, horn, illumination, stereo, HVAC, interior lights and alarm.
'88 Turbo Convertible (Japanese import) click for pics
Last edited by NZConvertible; 06-29-04 at 03:55 AM.