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Darrin3737

Galaxy 2005 Tdi Abs Warning Light

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Hi whilst on motor way, abs waning light came on. also interior lights,heater,indicators went off. I,ve had it to local garage were mechanic said it could be pollen filter. Having removed and cleaned said filter, I still have problem. He has told me to book it into auto electrician. Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks

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ask here,

www.fordmpv.com

or

www.fordgalaxy.org.uk.

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Hi, Check fuse 3 (5 amp) in the the fuse box on the drivers side. This has happened to me twice now the latest being this Friday. I'm afraid I can tell you what has caused it but the first time it was a simple fuse change. This time not so lucky...melted fuse and part melted fuse box. The car is in dock at the minute and will be going back to the garage tomorrow to sort out...hopefully!!. What I can tell you is that it is absolutely nothing to do with the pollen filter. I'll keep you posted.

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oz is this the fuse box under the bonnet??

if so this is a common problem.

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Hi All, Sorry I don't know how to start a new topic but this is similar hope you understand.

My Galaxy 1.9 Tdi 2002 has had the ABS light on permanently for 6 months I've checked the fuses under the steering wheel but can't seem to find a specific ABS fuse, are there any more under the bonnet? My MOT is up soon any ideas would be appreciated.

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Hi Greg, the fuse is under the steering wheel on the drivers side.

Problem a bit more extensive ...see post "melted loom" for the more details

Oz

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