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Re: indicators not working on mercedes benz 200 1983...
If you indeed check and veify the fuses are good than you need to check the relay(s) that control the system. These should all be located in the power box located drivers side firewall under the hood (Black cover). You may need to reference your manual for the relative position of the affected componenets (Fuse, Relay, etc...)
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In the fuse box under the hood . If not an english mercedes then the fuse box will be found inside the hood on the same side as steering wheel Will have clips on the lid . Inside the lid the card in there will tel you the one for your radio . Also you should have one on the radio itself.
Mr, Washington,since you have blown fuse and even after you replace it still blown,it is better to find the fuse for what purpose is for on the car and try to get deeper check if you can or if you do not ,just ask the assistance from an expert electrician. Please do not attempt to use an over the specified amps. If you try or tried it is a risk to blow the circuit, ECU or the sensor which is covering it.
The position and function of the fuses is normally marked on the inside of the fuse box cover and also in the owner's handbook. If you don't come right with these, and you are looking for a blown fuse, work your way through the fuses looking for the blown one. It is not a difficult task.
Look in your owners manual for fuses. There may be more than one fuse panel......most likely you blown a fuse for all that to have happen at once...sometimes the fuse panel will be in the glove box or under the steering wheel.
Check every fuse under the hood-on drivers side near windshield. Even a blown cigar lighter fuse can cause the instrument cluster to go out. If every fuse is good, then it sounds like the cluster just took a dump.