Anyone know about these fuses

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  1. Reallyretired

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    While my front seats were off, I found what I assume are the split charge relays and some large fuses.

    These are fairly accessible, but peering into the seat box I found a fuse holder with ten fuse positions but just two fuses in it.

    Gaining access to these fuses would necessitate not only removing the seat, but also removing the swivel. This is quite a major job so it would be useful to know what these fuses are for. Anyone know ?
     

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    Best guess is if they are split charge relays one will be for fridge and one for L/BATT so chances are they will be fuses for them -try pulling them out one at a time to see if it stops fridge and L/b working :Wink:
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    I think the large fuses which can be reached,next to the relays, are probably for this purpose. The two mystery fuses are only low current ones so probably not for this purpose.
    Thanks anyway.
     
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    Well pull them out to see what stops working :Wink:
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    Though sound advice, pulling them out involves removing the seat and the swivel, requiring an hours work and ditto to put it back. I'd rather not.
     
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    Can you get at them with long nose pliers or something ? if not leave well alone -ignorance may be a good thing :BigGrin:
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