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Need to locate the fuse for the central locking and sunroof

For a S430L mercedes

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There are 3 fuse boxes called S.A.M.s located on each side of the engine compartment and uner the rear seat cushion. Benz installed a schematic in the vehiucle and the placement varies on different makes. It will be either under the plastic cover in the l side of the dash visible when the dr. door is opened, in the trunk tool kit above spare or inside foam insert located on the side opening of your trunk liner. If yours is not available( sometimes mechanics forget to put them back) I have one in my tool box.

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