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  1. Thanks for your help guys. Loren,s suggestion that the fuse box is behind the glove could be the answer, trouble is I cant get at it with out taking the glove box out, will investigate further, Thanks again.
  2. Was told they were working, when I got the car, 4 months ago,
  3. I hope one of you knowledgeable guys can help. My 2005 Boxster S 987-1 heated seats don't work. No light on the dashboard switches. The wiring diagram I have says the fuse for the heated seats is fuse F2 80A in fuse holder B (under left side at dash at kick panel). I'm assuming being a UK car it means right side (drivers side) at kick panel. Fuses in that fuse box are in rows A-E, no row F, and the highest rating is 30A So I assume there must be at least one or more fuse/relay boxes somewhere else. Can anyone point me in the right direction to find this pesky fuse. Thanks in advance.
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