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Help needed to find a fuse for cd30 stereo on my 55 plate combo

Discussion in 'Car Audio / Electrical / Security / Diagnostic Related' started by fiery33, Nov 19, 2008.

  1. fiery33

    fiery33 New Member

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    Hi all, i am trying to fit a parrot bluetooth handsfree and whilst testing for 12v constant and 12v switched feeds, i seem to have blown a fuse somewhere! i have checked all fuses in the main box by the coolant header tank and also the 15amp fuse in the back of the stereo head and they're all fine.

    Is there another fusebox on the 55 plate combo/corsa or maybe an inline fuse to the 12v constant feed to the stereo of even a relay which i might have overlooked, i have multi-meter tested the 12v constant and it is dead!

    anyone gat any ideas? please help! thanks
     
  2. Eirian

    Eirian Active Member

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    there is an internal fuse box which will have a constant 12v feed.try looking underneath the steering wheel.or at aither end of the dash where it meets the door trim.THis is where they normally are.if you cant find it,pop into halfords and have a peep in a haynes manual
    for fitting the parrot,check you have a working 12v switch live,if you have canbus you will have to take your switch live from the cig lighter

    Eirian
     
  3. fiery33

    fiery33 New Member

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    Great stuff, thanks for that, I'll go and have a nose.
     
  4. fiery33

    fiery33 New Member

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    Found the fuse!!!

    i found the fuse for 12v contant feed for the radio of the corsa c combo, behind the battery is a 20amp fuse in its own little box (grrr) no need to remove the windscreen cowel (if you are a gynaecologist!) you should be able to finger-tip reach and change the fuse. thank you Haynes! my hand book is about as much use as a windscreen wiper on a goats bum!
     
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    :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO: That's a fantastic image!
     
  6. Lee Heffernan

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    Thanks this bit of knowledge has been a great help to me!
     

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