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Yesterday, 11:31 AM
The fuse you are looking for is F32 (10A)
This fuse does more than just the speedo illumination so its possible the bulb(s) in the instrument cluster have blown.
Yesterday, 11:20 AM
I would cut the old connector off and splice the new connector onto the loom.
Ideally solder and insulate the wires but you could use a connector block (chocolate block) or in-line crimps if the cable length on the new connector permits.
28 September 2014 - 12:10 PM
Depending on what part of 1999 it was built I would suggest you double check fuse F8 (pre sept.99) or F21 (post sept 99).
28 September 2014 - 11:30 AM
If the light continues to flash the immobiliser part of the ECU is inhibiting the start.
If the key is on a keyring with other keys remove it, if you have a 2nd key try that.
The ECU should log a fault code, so you will need to get the codes read.
28 September 2014 - 10:36 AM
That's the ignition relay, it comes on when the key is in position II.
Don't know why you have other problems, check the battery connectors are in good condition, wipe off any grease on them and try again.
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