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    As above was replacing fuses today dont think i've put them back right .no power steering and have left handbook at work any help appreciated

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    bump desperate lads

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    My Manual says Fuse nr 9 - 7.5A.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robzc View Post
    My Manual says Fuse nr 9 - 7.5A.

    Cheers mate

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    I believe there's also a big b@stard 80A fuse (FB1) mounted near the battery. That power steering motor can be a thirsty beast...

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    you're right Steve... it pulls a whole lot of current..

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