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Guys, I've blown up my front and boot cigarette lighter fuses, can anyone tell where and how, and which ones to change?
 

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All the info you require is on the 'Quick Links - Reading and Apps' sticky thread and the relevant part is provided by Beards -

Pdf Reading Links
Prices Equipment and Technical Specifications ~ http://media.peugeot.co.uk/file/98/0...ecs.127980.pdf
(Currently Version 16 - February 2019
Model Year - 2019)

New Car Manual
Peugeot Online Handbook ~ INFOTEC - Service Box Peugeot

Vehicle Manual (Includes Peugeot Connect Nav, Connect Radio, Bluetooth Audio System)
Updated 2017/10/06 ~
http://public.servicebox.peugeot.com..._186_en-GB.pdf .

In the manual you will find the information regarding the fuses for the 12V accessory sockets.
 

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All the info you require is on the 'Quick Links - Reading and Apps' sticky thread and the relevant part is provided by Beards -

Pdf Reading Links
Prices Equipment and Technical Specifications ~ http://media.peugeot.co.uk/file/98/0...ecs.127980.pdf
(Currently Version 16 - February 2019
Model Year - 2019)

New Car Manual
Peugeot Online Handbook ~ INFOTEC - Service Box Peugeot

Vehicle Manual (Includes Peugeot Connect Nav, Connect Radio, Bluetooth Audio System)
Updated 2017/10/06 ~
http://public.servicebox.peugeot.com..._186_en-GB.pdf .

In the manual you will find the information regarding the fuses for the 12V accessory sockets.
Thanks JimWooly, :thumb:

Will try to sort it out, although your links don't work ;)
 

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I have a 2018 GT and prior to that a 2017 GT. Both cars had different glovebox fuse layouts.

Having recently wired up a fuse tap to the front cigarette lighter fuse, I can say that the fuse diagram I had for my 2017 GT (from Servicebox) and the most recent handbook fuse layout page from the latest handbook, didn't bear any resemblance to my own 2018 car!

Through trial and error, I found which one it was. If I have a moment, I'll go and check my car to see which fuse its currently in.

A pair of curved long handled pliers are also pretty handy as well, as its quite difficult to get access to the fuse and very easy to drop the fuse as well!
 

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Just checked on my car.

Very difficult to see and read the F codes aligning with the fuses and for the front cigarette lighter fuse.

It’s a 15amp blue fuse, third one down horizontally as you look at it. Think it’s marked F31A. There are two marked F30 and I think two marked F31. Probably says A and B, but I can’t see clearly.

In order to track the right one down, I put a small cigarette lighter charger (which has a light in it) into the front cigarette 12v socket, then removed one or two fuses, until the light went out or came back on.

Photographing it is difficult.

Hope that helps.
 

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I took a photo of my fusebox for another Forum member when I first got the car.

I've marked with a red arrow where my dashcam is plugged into. This 15amp fuse position shares the front cigarette fuse 12v socket - certainly on my car.
 

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I took a photo of my fusebox for another Forum member when I first got the car.

I've marked with a red arrow where my dashcam is plugged into. This 15amp fuse position shares the front cigarette fuse 12v socket - certainly on my car.
yep that the one, but can find which is for the boot
 

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So I've checked all fuses in the glove compartment, found only one busted for front cigy lighter.
Can anyone tell me where the hell is the boot cigy lighter fuse buried?
 

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Exactly the problem I had.

The published handbook fuse layouts did not look anything like the fusebox fitted to my car. Fuse ratings and positions didn't seem to link to that fitted in my 2018 GT. Early handbooks had no fuse details printed in them at all, other than a dead link to Servicebox.

If you have a friendly Peugeot dealer service dept. (I don't), they may offer some advice, if you can actually get to talk to anyone technical that is.

Next time I pay for an hours access on Servicebox, I'll see if I can get the fuse box layout against my own VIN.

I already have the full Servicebox fuse details for my last 2017 3008, which are quite different from my present car.

Alternatively, its a trial and error process of trying to access each fuse, removing it and replacing it to see if its the one you want.
 

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Exactly the problem I had.

The published handbook fuse layouts did not look anything like the fusebox fitted to my car. Fuse ratings and positions didn't seem to link to that fitted in my 2018 GT. Early handbooks had no fuse details printed in them at all, other than a dead link to Servicebox.

If you have a friendly Peugeot dealer service dept. (I don't), they may offer some advice, if you can actually get to talk to anyone technical that is.

Next time I pay for an hours access on Servicebox, I'll see if I can get the fuse box layout against my own VIN.

I already have the full Servicebox fuse details for my last 2017 3008, which are quite different from my present car.

Alternatively, its a trial and error process of trying to access each fuse, removing it and replacing it to see if its the one you want.

I did pull out every single fuse and found only one busted.
Will try to call my local Peugeot maybe they will help
 
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