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Old 9th January 2017, 13:27   #1
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I was having trouble with the radio a while back and while messing about with it it seems I have somehow disconnected this bit, now I cannot remember where it came from but it is attached the the back of the internal fuse box so it must be fairly local to there, but I cannot see anything that it is supposed to attach to. Any ideas where it is supposed to go as I currently have no radio, or interior lights.

Everything seems to be plugged in behind radio and fuse box so I am stumped any help much appreciated!!!








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Old 11th January 2017, 14:46   #2
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It's not suppose to be plugged into anything it's got it's own little metal bracket. It's the OBD port.
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I see, so if the fuse seems to be ok, any ideas why I wouldn't have radio or interior lights?

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I see, so if the fuse seems to be ok, any ideas why I wouldn't have radio or interior lights?

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Could be a few different things have you tested 12v feed to interior light and radio both have a 12v?
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Could be a few different things have you tested 12v feed to interior light and radio both have a 12v?
as bedford says --but start by testing if there is 12v at fuse both sides--then you just have to trace wiriing and all connectors to see where stops
no magic cure for wiring problems .
so you need a wiring diagram to follow the path of the feeds from fuse + what connectors it goes through on its way to the units it powers
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