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Old 12th February 2011, 12:15   #1
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Hi,
WOW this car must be Rovers best kept secret - my diesel 75 is by far and away the best (modern) car I've owned....

I've searched old threads but can not get a diag that I need...Does anyone have a fuse layout diag for the fuse box fitted with mini fuses, Haynes and owners manual show the 'other type'

The only problem with my car is the reversing lights don't work (probably the switch - but thought I'd check the fuse first) Something so simple is near impossible without a map, I'm very reluctant to start pulling fuses one by one to sort which one protects what circuit.
Any pointers of where to look would be appreciated.

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Old 12th February 2011, 12:55   #2
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Are we talking the fusebox under the glovebox? If so, theres a guide as to which fuse does what on the panel below it (which you have to remove to get to the fusebox).
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Old 12th February 2011, 13:23   #3
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Old 12th February 2011, 14:29   #4
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Hi,
Thanks for the link but again this shows the 'other type' of fuse box....
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Hi,
Yes it is the one under the glovebox - no diagram to be found....Still searching

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Old 12th February 2011, 14:35   #6
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hi the diagram you need is fitted to the car its on the bottom of your fuse box lid.look in your hand book this will tell which is which and the number if you dont have a handbook i will look in mine
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Hi,
I have the owners manual and a Haynes manual - but both show the wrong type of fuse box (mine has mini fuses on three seperate 'backing boards' not one big board)
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its fuse 23 which if you look at the left hand block next to the door its 5 down from the top 3 across its a 5amp
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Stick your head in the passenger footwell and look up - you'll see a large flat panel above your head. You need to remove this to get to the fusebox.

On the panel there is (or should be - is on mine!) a sticker explaining which fuse does what.
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Hi is this of any help to you. ?
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