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Central Locking system blows 20 A fuse.

Need to locate a diagram for central lock system

Need to know were to isolate each door and trunk

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In response to your request I'd like to say that I have not solved the problem yet but intend to investigate the central locking relay in the engine compartment.

Also wish to say that I was led to believe that Fixya was a group of enthusiasts willing to share their knowledge. I did not understatnd that it was a for fee service.

Thanks for the reply.
les87

Posted on Dec 28, 2008

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Fuse Arrangement in Fuse Panel

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30 A - green
25 A - white
20 A - yellow
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3 A - violet

Fuse arrangement in fuse panel, behind instrument cluster, left
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