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Fuses #683497
16/01/21 03:47 PM
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Ray Offline OP
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Hi.i need help please.Does anyone know if there is a second fuse box
On a 2007 Duratec 1800 4/4.
I was fitting Peter's new wiper blades.But unfortunately
When I started them .one wiper jammed After getting
Clearance on the wipers. I found the wiper and washer
System is dead.Ive checked the fuse box under the bonnet
All the fuses seem ok.Is there a relay or online fuse to look for.
Thanks Ray.


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Re: Fuses [Re: Ray] #683500
16/01/21 04:14 PM
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On my 07 +4 there was also a fuse box under the dash, passenger side I think.
Cheers
John

Re: Fuses [Re: Ray] #683503
16/01/21 04:29 PM
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According to wiring diagrams in the 2006 to 2014 parts book there is a 20 way fuse box. Fuse 8, 10 amp is shown for Wipers on all variants. Suggest pulling that one out and checking for continuity with a multimeter.

Last edited by RichardV6; 16/01/21 04:31 PM.

Richard

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1960 Velocette Venom
Re: Fuses [Re: Ray] #683505
16/01/21 04:48 PM
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Thanks boys, just had a look with a torch there is another fuse box above the transmission tunnel I'll check them tomorrow. Looks a bit fidly . But has to be done.


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Re: Fuses [Re: Ray] #683508
16/01/21 05:02 PM
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Hi Ray,

Yes, you’ve found it. Might help to use a mirror and a fuse puller or small pair of long nose pliers.

Watch your back!


Regards

Geof

70th Anniversary 4/4 (Duratec 1.8), model 1995
Re: Fuses [Re: Ray] #683543
16/01/21 07:51 PM
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Try the plug under the bonnet passenger side near the bulkhead, a constant problem.


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Re: Fuses [Re: SALMO] #683546
16/01/21 08:08 PM
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Originally Posted by SALMO
Hi Ray,

Yes, you’ve found it. Might help to use a mirror and a fuse puller or small pair of long nose pliers.

Watch your back!
. Looking forward to some new yoga moves. scared


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Re: Fuses [Re: Ray] #683612
17/01/21 12:31 PM
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Ray, my fusebox is in a similar place. Being a supple athlete helps get at it! NOT!
My blade fuses have contacts For testing in situ with my multimeter so a bit easier. They are standard blade fuses not mini size. I have a few spare and a good mixed pack of the smaller mini blades you can have if needed.

Last edited by sospan; 17/01/21 12:32 PM.

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Re: Fuses [Re: Ray] #683615
17/01/21 12:38 PM
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I wouldn't rely on testing for blown fuses in situ. Random paths in connected circuitry could distort reading.


Richard

2018 Roadster - Red/Magnolia - "Morton"
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Re: Fuses [Re: Ray] #683621
17/01/21 12:50 PM
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Fuses can develop hairline cracks which test OK, but under load will heat up and break the circuit.


DaveW
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