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My radio stopped working today. So did my boot release, aerial, courtesy light, electric steering wheel adjuster and central locking. Also, the trip counters both reset to zero when I turn the ignition off.

I'm guessing that all these things are protected by the same fuse, so I had a look at the fusebox down by the driver's foot well. All fuses appear to be good, but logic tells me it must be a fuse at fault.

My fuse bank has no cover and no map, so there is no way to tell from the outside which of the fuses control these items. Does anyone know which of these fuses I need to change in order to get my bit working again?

Or is there another fusebox somewhere else...?

Thanks in advance.

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My radio stopped working today. So did my boot release, aerial, courtesy light, electric steering wheel adjuster and central locking. Also, the trip counters both reset to zero when I turn the ignition off.

I'm guessing that all these things are protected by the same fuse, so I had a look at the fusebox down by the driver's foot well. All fuses appear to be good, but logic tells me it must be a fuse at fault.

My fuse bank has no cover and no map, so there is no way to tell from the outside which of the fuses control these items. Does anyone know which of these fuses I need to change in order to get my bit working again?

Or is there another fusebox somewhere else...?

Thanks in advance.

There is another fusebox under the bonnet just behind the Battery. I'm afraid the manual doesn't list what fuses are what, it just states that there should be a sticker on the inside of the lid.

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Hi

Had same problem myself.

The fusebox you need is in the drivers footwell.

Unless you are a contortionist the best thing to do is to pull all the fuses till you find out which one has gone.

I would also pull each of the big power fuses in that area and re-fit.

You will need to reset your radio code if its coded and you will loose your two trip mileage records.

It's a bit hit and miss because of the awkward location of the fuse box but an easy fix none the less.

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