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#1 Dannay

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Posted 03 February 2011 - 05:51 PM

Hi All,
Just wondered if anyone can help me before I throw lots of money at an auto electrician! Tried to start my car today, nothing happening, tried a couple of times and then looked under the bonnet to find that a box to the right of the battery had started to melt! There are quite a few wires going in and out of this but I have no idea what it is! Can anyone help me? Mty car is a 2003 limited edition Focus TDCi Sport.
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#2 taffg

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Posted 03 February 2011 - 07:20 PM

Hi All,
Just wondered if anyone can help me before I throw lots of money at an auto electrician! Tried to start my car today, nothing happening, tried a couple of times and then looked under the bonnet to find that a box to the right of the battery had started to melt! There are quite a few wires going in and out of this but I have no idea what it is! Can anyone help me? Mty car is a 2003 limited edition Focus TDCi Sport.
Cheers.


probably the auxiliary fuse box, i would strongly recommend you disconnect your battery. if you lift the lid on the box and see a bunch of relays then its the aux fuse box.

#3 Dannay

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Posted 03 February 2011 - 07:23 PM

probably the auxiliary fuse box, i would strongly recommend you disconnect your battery. if you lift the lid on the box and see a bunch of relays then its the aux fuse box.


Hiya,

Thanks very much, I did disconnect the battery just in case. I'll have a better look and see if I can get the lid off, it was quite melted.

Thanks again.

Dan


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