Question about Cars & Trucks
Hi, I have recently acquired a 1995 VW Westfalia Eurovan. There is a problem with an electrical 'fuse' plate that appears to be burnt out. It is part of the Westfalia circuitry rather that the van itself as it appears to be linked to the leisure batteries. It obviously needs replacing but doesn't have a part number on it. I can send a photograph of the part if you think you can help.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Slide drivers seat forward, press small metal lever near seat track lower right rear to release seat and slide it foward off the track. Now, you should have full access to the leisure, secondary, battery.
Posted on Sep 01, 2010
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