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Thank you for your reply. I did check fuses and the closest one I could find said rrpdl. I thought it meant something something power door locks. It was a 10 amp. It was ok. I thought it might have been a higher amperage fuse than 10 amps However I don't see anything else described as Power door locks fuse.