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location of sunroof fuse

Discussion in 'Land Rover Freelander' started by stannswhite, Sep 24, 2016.

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  1. stannswhite

    stannswhite Well-Known Member

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    hi all im having bother finding the above fuse,dont know
    which fusebox its in, or is it a multi-fuse for windows as
    well,any help appreciated,my old eyes cant make out all
    the symbols on the lids.cheers stan.
     
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    What year is the car?
     
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    stannswhite Well-Known Member

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    sorry its a 2003 freelander td4 kalahari.:oops:.
     
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    According to Rave, its on Fuse 12 in the passenger compartment fuse box, and uses Relay 163 in the box controlled by the CCU. This takes its power from Fusible Link 4 in the engine compartment - but if that had gone, there'd be lots mote things not working.

    Rave also shows that the CCU takes a feed from fuse 8 in the passenger compartment fuse box which is fed from pos 2A on the ignition switch and back to Fusible Link 3 in the engine compartment. Once again, I would think that if any of these bits had gone, there would be other things not working.

    This info is taken from Rave for 2001MY RHD.
     
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    I expect the fuse has been removed to stop the broken sunroof from being operated by mistake ;)
     
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    stannswhite Well-Known Member

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    cheers nodge thats why i want to remove the fuse,
    when it had its m.o.t someone must have pressed
    the switch to open it & i had a right job shutting it back
    down,i think it was pressed wrongly to get the tailgate
    window up.
    thanks for the info.:D.
     
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    The safest thing is to unplug the harness from the back of the switch. It can't be operated by mistake, even if the fuse is refitted ;)
     
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    stannswhite Well-Known Member

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    fuse out nodge number 12 as you said,
    thanks for info worked a treat.
    regards stan.
     
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