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Old 13-09-2007, 17:20   #1
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Question Rover 75 Glovebox Fusebox?

Hi,
Does anyone have a map/diagram of the fuses in the fusebox under the glovebox.
The other day the RAC came out to help with a flat battery - the cause of which turned out to be a fuse in this box. He removed it for the timebeing to prevent the car battery going flat. I now want to replace it to see if the problem still exists. However, there are several open slots in the fusebox - and I`m not sure which one to return it to.
its Fuse number 15 - controls the radio/satnav/aircon controls...
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Old 13-09-2007, 17:39   #2
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There should be a diagram on the cover that fits over/under the fuse box.
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Old 13-09-2007, 17:59   #3
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Yup- found the schematic on the back of the fusebox compartment - thanks!

However - the numbered fuses on this schematic do not seem to correctly correspond to the fuses in the box. For instnace there are several 'Number 15' fuses in the fusebox!
Oh well - might be best left to the experts at the garage methinks....
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Old 13-09-2007, 18:10   #4
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Yup- found the schematic on the back of the fusebox compartment - thanks!

However - the numbered fuses on this schematic do not seem to correctly correspond to the fuses in the box. For instnace there are several 'Number 15' fuses in the fusebox!
Oh well - might be best left to the experts at the garage methinks....

Sure its not 15 amp your looking at? These will be stamped on the top of each blade fuse. The number 15 you speak of, is the number 15 fuse socket, and I can tell you there is only one of these.
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Ah, ha, penny has dropped!! I`m sure your right - its a 15a fuse, Doh!
I'll take another look in the morning!

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best to get a manual for the car it shows you all the fuses and their location
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