|99 1.8 Central locking problem - fuse blowing - leelovesbikestoo|
The central locking on my V/99 Focus LX stopped working so I replaced the infamous Fuse #63 (central locking fuse) behind the glove box... only for it to blow again after a few happy minutes of locking and unlocking :o(
Before I go out and buy another bunch of 20A fuses is there anything I can do to stop them blowing? I read somewhere that I could disconnect each door until I find the offending motor but can't find instructions on how to do this. If you've done it how easy is it? Best left to an auto electrician?
Strangely, while it was working briefly the motors in all the doors were very quiet; previously they were a bit whirring...
correct year edited into header
Edited by Webmaster on 28/11/2009 at 13:32
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