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Old 24-11-15, 02:12 PM   #1
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Hi All,

Whilst playing with the voltmeter in the Dome/Cabin light area, trying to find a 12v to use with a Dashcam. I have inevitably caused a spark and blown a fuse (I hope)!

The main cabin light works, as do the Seatbelt / Airbag warning lights. However the 2 'manual' cabin lights will not come on. Unfortunately, my big hands cant get a voltmeter in to check each fuse with a continuity test. And the manual only lists 4 fuse locations, of which none are relevant?

Anyone happen to know where I can find the fuse for the 2 side cabin lights?

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[QUOTE=PaulMillard;1197746]Hi All,

Whilst playing with the voltmeter in the Dome/Cabin light area, trying to find a 12v to use with a Dashcam. I have inevitably caused a spark and blown a fuse (I hope)!

The main cabin light works, as do the Seatbelt / Airbag warning lights. However the 2 'manual' cabin lights will not come on. Unfortunately, my big hands cant get a voltmeter in to check each fuse with a continuity test. And the manual only lists 4 fuse locations, of which none are relevant?

Anyone happen to know where I can find the fuse for the 2 side cabin lights?

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Hi I tindex.26.jpghink you want fuse 7 5 amp
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Hi I tAttachment 33650hink you want fuse 7 5 amp
Hi, yeah I saw something similar doing a quick google search, but I dont seem to be able to find a fuse 7... It seems to go from 1-5, then 8-23. Strange. Its also weird that both my front and rear courtesy lights are still working, just the map lights are off... Can't remember if the glove box light is working. Will check in a bit.

I think I may have to pull them out 1 by 1
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Quick update,

I have managed to remove and check all 5a fuses. Not found a dead one yet. Unfortunately my torch battery died and its dark here, so I will have to wait until tomorrow to carry on.

Whoever decided to put every single electric loom in the car, in front of the Fusebox needs shooting!
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Also, the glovebox light isn't working, so the two are connected!
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My car is 2012 allure 308 not sure if its the same as yours I have posted three pics the fuse is on the far right. I used a piggy back 5 amp fuse with 12/5v inverter20151124_182229-1-.jpg

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Thanks for the dashcam info... Where did you get your earth from?
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Hi with the side dash cover removed there is plenty of bare metal to earth
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When you say the side dash cover, do you mean the edge of the dashboard that the door touches when closed?

I had a look, and could not see a way to remove it...
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When you say the side dash cover, do you mean the edge of the dashboard that the door touches when closed?

I had a look, and could not see a way to remove it...
Yes it is ... it will come off get a butter knife or large flat screwdriver and gently prise it off
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