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scorched fuse box!!!!

Discussion in 'Range Rover' started by tommo138, Dec 8, 2009.

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  1. tommo138

    tommo138 New Member

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    ive recently been getting through all my to do list on my 97 dse! have got quite a bit done, manly supid little jobs, but have come across lately one of the heater fans is not working(drivers side).

    ive had the bottom dash panel out and had a look but cant see anything major wrong unless i take it out, but when i checked the fuse box the first relay(nearest the slam panel) for the fans its got a bit of scorching to the fuse box and i took the connector off from underneath and one of the pin connectors is slightly black.

    does it need a new fuse box? Fan?

    Anyone know a rough idea whats caused this and any ideas on sorting this would be great, great help!!
     
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    it is a common fault, if you try this link, i have used it and repaired my fuse box, and it has not failed since. Fuse Box Repairs
     
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    thanks for the link, very useful as i wondered what the cause might be! i think ill replace the whole box as im not that good with electrics!!! Thanks again for your help.
     
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    No problem, the whole site is very usefull for all sorts of fault finding.
     
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