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Fuse box making a crackling sound

The sound is continuous

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Hi there.
1st thing is a fuse box dont make cracking sounds ,if you turn it on and the cracking sounds then put your hand around the back of the fuse box and touch the relays and you might find 1 of them is doing the noise you can hear,or any thing around there as you cannot get a elect shock of any part except the sparkplugs or leads so its quite OK to touch any part in the car.
But it sounds like a relay ,same type of noise when the indecators are turning left or right..

Let me know how you go.

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