100 blown fuse
ltreurnich at metropolitan.co.za
Tue Dec 17 09:44:42 EST 2002
Thanks to the at least 2 people that suggested I look at the rear cigarette lighter as the cause of an occasional blown #8 fuse on my 1993-1995 100.
I opened it up this weekend (following the Heynes manual), and it was pretty straight forward. Although I could not see any damage to the lighter
socket, I proved it was to blame by blowing a fuse as I plugged in the wiring.
So I simply put it all together again leaving the rear lighter disconnected. Now it also doesn't light up with the instrumentation lamps, but that's
not the driver's concern!
This message contains privileged and confidential information intended
only for the person or entity to which it is addressed.
Any review, retransmission, dissemination, copy or other use of, or
taking of any action in reliance upon this information by persons or
entities other than the intended recipient, is prohibited.
If you received this message in error, please notify the sender
immediately by e-mail, facsimile or telephone and thereafter delete the
material from any computer.
The New Africa Capital Group, its subsidiaries or associates do not
accept liability for any personal views expressed in this message.
More information about the quattro