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Old 04-08-14, 09:10 PM   #1
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Default G32 Fuse (luggage room or handgolve compartment?)

Hi fellow 407 owners,

I recently discovered that my 12V outlet in the luggage room didnt supply any power and I wanted to check the fuse but I can't seem to locate it

I've googled it and found 2 awnsers directing me both the to the compartment directly below the outlet (on the left side looking into the luggage compartment) and also in the glovebox but I can't seem to find any fusebox/fuses in any of the 2 locations

So I was wondering if anyone could be so helpful as to provide me with a good picture or detailed description of the location of said fuse(s)

Thanks in advance,
Joel

PS: My Peugeot 407 SW is a 2007 model S
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Nobody? I've still not located the G32 fuse, and the dealership wants top $$$ just to run a diagnostic check. Thought I'd save some money just checking the "usual" stuff
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Nobody? I've still not located the G32 fuse, and the dealership wants top $$$ just to run a diagnostic check. Thought I'd save some money just checking the "usual" stuff
If you PM me your VIN ill have a look on service box
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If you PM me your VIN ill have a look on service box
My VIN is ***BEEEP***, can't PM you cause of low post count

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OK, best to remove your VIN now, i have it noted. Anyone can read it there
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It looks like those fuses are in your glove box compartment. They are numbered left to right. I would either use a multimeter if you have one, or pull each out and check it. There are only 12 I believe.

If you crouch down and look up, it is the horizontal strip above the fuse panel.

See the photo: (not mine)

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It looks like those fuses are in your glove box compartment. They are numbered left to right. I would either use a multimeter if you have one, or pull each out and check it. There are only 12 I believe.

If you crouch down and look up, it is the horizontal strip above the fuse panel.

See the photo: (not mine)

Thanks a lot Paul, I've now confirmed that it is a faulty fuse

That photo helped, apparently glove box (in the Peugeot language) isn't what I'm used too
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Faulty fuse! Saved you some cash! Glad it helped! I quite liked handglove compartment. I might use it
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