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Old 12-04-18, 04:57 PM   #1
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Default Engine bay fuse layout 2010 207 1.4 8v

Hi,

Does anyone know which fuse is which in the facelift model's engine compartment fuse box?

The reason I ask is that I have a facelift model 207 1.4 8v with the familiar screen washers not working scenario.

"you need a 10A fuse for position F3" I hear you say

I have a new 10A fuse ready to go but it seems the layout of the fuse box in the face lift models changed , whilst the diagram and list in the handbook did not.

All the diagrams I can find on line are the same as the ones in my handbook.

Any help would be much appreciated.
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Pull every fuse one by one and check to see if It's blown. Simples
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Pull every fuse one by one and check to see if It's blown. Simples
It's depending on the maker of the fuses, but often the contact terminals (legs/pins) are accessible from/through the top and you can measure continuity across the fuse element or measure voltage between each side of the fuse and ground (no voltage on output side if blown...) while they're in place.
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Many thanks for the replies so far.

Peugeot confirmed that the fuse is F3. When I have picture privileges I'll post a diagram, but you can work it out as it's the only one where you can't see the number on the actual box.

Seems the fuse is fine though, so beyond my capabilities and it's booked in to the garage.
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