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custie

Fog light problem

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My right front fog light is out, I changed the bulb and it's still not working. Can't find out where the fuse is for to check that. Can somebody help this newbie? Thank you

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I check the voltage, nothing it getting to the connector. Anyone know how the wiring works? Where the terminal is?

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I always use a little silicon lube on the seal of the electrical connector at the back of the headlight tray, sometimes when the seal is old and dry it prevents the connector from going all the way in, at worst ive seen them get broken this way.

the fuse panel is located behind the plastic cover to the left of the dead pedal in the drivers footwell, there should be a fuse location card attached to the back of it.

if not im sure a search here will reveal the info

cheers.

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I have been reading about the CAN bus system and it appears to me that most if your problem may be related to a control module. I myself have a problem with my illuminated entry door guards(factory) instal. It seems related to the control module. What I don't quite have figured out is if it's a plug and play thing. In other words, do I need the PIWIS tool to program? If that's the case than dealer it goes

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