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    Fuses and Relays

    Okay this took me all night as you can see Its now 2.45am!

    So here's what I've done. Labelled diagrams of every fuse and relay on the car even the few that aren't in the boxes. So.....

    Engine fuse/relay box (located to the left of the battery)



    Engine battery fuses (located on top of the battery)



    Engine bay fuse and Heater relay (located just infront of drivers side suspension mount)


    Glove compartment Fuse box (located behind glove box)



    Relay under glove compartment (located behind glove box, seperate to fuse box)



    Rear fuse/relay box (located in boot LHS panel)




    Hope people find this helpful.

    Michael


    Last edited by Duffy; 08-01-2012 at 11:19.

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    chears duffy this is exactly what i was hoping for mate, now all members can use this as a quick guide to what fuses are where and located in which fuse box....

    many thanks

    jeff

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    help please any one.

    i tried changing my radio to DVD myself and somehow managed to cause a small spark with the wires on the connector that connects to the adapter. now the factory radio wont come on anymore so i think or i hope its one of the fuses is gone. which one would i need to change to hopefully fix it before i take it to the installers and charged a fortune?

    thanks in advance

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    any idea where speaker fuse is and its number?


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    I have a problem with my central locking. The drivers door lock doesn't trigger the central locking and if I use the remote the offside
    rear door doesn't lock. Are the relays behind the glove box fuses? Can they be changed? Could it be a problem with the body control
    box? Help please!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gonzo View Post
    I have a problem with my central locking. The drivers door lock doesn't trigger the central locking and if I use the remote the offside
    rear door doesn't lock. Are the relays behind the glove box fuses? Can they be changed? Could it be a problem with the body control
    box? Help please!
    It'll more than likely be a wiring or lock module fault I would have thought. If it were a fuse or a relay, they usually either all run off the same fuse/relay, or the front and rear work independently.

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    That's what I thought. Checked the wiring connections, all good. Got a replacement lock unit, no change.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gonzo View Post
    That's what I thought. Checked the wiring connections, all good. Got a replacement lock unit, no change.
    Lock unit for the rear or front door?

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    Rear door.

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