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Sometimes and for no obvious reason the indicators don't work, of course I go the fuse box inside the driver chamber and the other one in the engine chamber to touch the fuses until it works a gain! I want to know how to know if there is a short or a contact, or something else, which device to used that I will bye from the shops to check on the electricity?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
CHECK THE MAIN FUSE LINK NEAR BATTERY AND WORK YOUR WAY BACK. TOUCHING THE AMPS POWER CABLE TO ANY GROUND SENDS A 12 VOLT SPIKE THROUGH THE ENTIRE CAR. HARD TO SAY WHICH SYSTEMS COULD OF HAD A REACTION FROM THE SURGE OF POWER. ALWAYS PUT A FUSE WITHIN 1 FOOT OF BATTERY POSITIVE SIDE.
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
SOURCE: fuse Box for 02 Suzuki XL7
The main fuse panel is inside the engine compartment. The second fuse box is located under the drivers side of the dashboard. Remove the fuse box cover (if equipped) by pushing in at both ends and pulling off the cover.
Posted on Apr 10, 2009
The most common fault is ground use a test light at the plug it should show you what is missing. Most garages should be able to hande it in about an hour.
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
If It's the same as the F350's then I think it's the fuel heater. On the 7.3 PSD the fuel heater is in the fuel bowl. I can't remember right now which one it is but I think it's in the back near the bottom.
Posted on Feb 06, 2011
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