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    Hi,
    Few months ago I bought a Vectra C CDTi and it had a CK3100 but the screen was smashed, so a couple of days ago I purchased a new screen unfortunately it doesn't work, there are no beeps or display and Iím not sure what else it could be Iím just slightly more than confused.

    My main question would be what is the usual place to hide the blue box and what fuse is it normally hooked onto?

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    I connected mine to the fuse box in the passenger foot-well and fitted the main blue box behind/between the glove box and the head unit... my screen is attached to the dash trim strip to the right of the steering wheel and my mic is fitted to the top of the drivers windscreen pillar... it was a pain to fit... the biggest problem was fitting the mass of wires and three large block connectors in and around the rear of the CD70... it was fiddly but it works brilliantly...

    My car is in the garage having some work done so I can't provide pictures sorry...
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    I can only assume I guess it was working when first installed, I just wasn't sure if there was a inline fuse holder etc that I could check

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    Yes they do have 2 number in line fuses 1 for ignition supply normally off ciggy lighter and 1 fuse on permanent supply on my wifes Siggy control box behind glove compartment

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    Sorry being thick (no change there then)

    I have to basically take the stereo out to check the inline fuse to the stereo and then blue box (should be behind glovebox) out to check fuse there?

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    You do not need to take out the stereo to check the fuses since there's not enough room behind there for them... it's more likely they've been pulled through into the area between the glove box and stereo... just locate the blue box and work backward from there to find the fuses...

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    Thanks a lot I will give it a go tomorrow morning weather willing

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