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Old 09-10-19, 05:24 PM   #11
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Also check drains and tray etc under windscreen are clear and in place as you can get water in BSI if they become blocked
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i can list 1 on ebay for you probably easiest way
I have to try to get one locally first.

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Also check drains and tray etc under windscreen are clear and in place as you can get water in BSI if they become blocked
I have checked and corrected it now. There was somehow put in a screw in the plate over the fusebox cover and it made water run down on it. It's been taken care of.

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This afternoon I cleaned up the fuse box and fuses and started all over again. Car will still not start. ESP/ASR lights lit in steering column even if display says economy mode.

Now my headlight (xenon) does not work and windshield wipers and electric windows are out too. I guess this might be blamed on the fusebox beeing wet and turned faulty. Or do the electric windows have something to do with bsi or the key?

Anyhow, in the end I checked, after turning over the engine, leaving the key in the ignition and opening the drivers door it still beeps, so the immobilizer does recognize the key.

Thanks for the help :love:

PS: Does the "IND: G" on the fusebox mean anything for functionality?

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Old 11-10-19, 05:31 PM   #13
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Thanks for all the help from you guys.

Replaced the fuse box, the car runs perfectly as before.

Also put new rubber on the box where the fusebox resides
and closed the leaks with tec-7 under the windshield.

Had to get it fixed quickly, so bought a new fusebox
locally... 412 GBP... :S
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