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Old 28-09-12, 01:02 AM   #1
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Default Fuse box for towbar.

Dear members,

Posted a thread earlier. I have a 2010 partner tepee. Anyone know how to remove the engine management system in order to get into the fuse box behind it. The system s found to the right if the battery under a pastic cover. It also has a casing around it but I need to remove the 3 connector blocks on top in order to slide out the system. I can see the line of fuses behind but need to insert a fuse for the rear power. Help and guidance appreciated. Peugeot instructions show no casing around engine management system and desperate to get tow bar operational. Please help.
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Old 29-09-12, 03:47 PM   #2
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Resolved - Do not follow Peugeot instructions manual if you have a metal casing around the engine management system. Simply unclip the 3 plastic secure holders around the top plate fuse box. The slides out relatively easy after you remove the earth wire. Slides out fully to expose all the large fuses where the tow bar fuse goes in. Good luck
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