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Being flooded with grease gives drive shaft joints of all types a long life but eventually the inevitable wear will become excessive and a joint will need replacing. Outer joints tend to develop the typical loud clicking noise when transmitting power around corners. In my experience worn outer joints do not typically cause vibrations when worn.

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what fuses are you wanting? for what item? if you require the location of all the fuse boxes they are as follows.
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2, This will also depend on left or right hand drive, if left hand drive there is a fuse box either to the right or left in the foot well area where you put your feet it will be on the side it will be behind an panel .
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