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Old 10-24-2017, 07:22 PM   #1
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Default Under The Hood Fuse Box

Does anyone have any pictures or diagram of the under the hood fuse box of the L Series ? For some reason I have a loose A/C relay. I've switched out the horn relay with it and it's still loose. It also pulls out easy. The other's are tight in the sockets. It appears to be quite a job to pull it apart and check why this is that way. This is why I have a compressor intermittent on & off issue unless you wiggle the relay at times. Somethings going on inside that shouldn't be if it's loose.

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Old 10-25-2017, 03:22 PM   #2
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Default Re: Under The Hood Fuse Box

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Does anyone have any pictures or diagram of the under the hood fuse box of the L Series ? For some reason I have a loose A/C relay. I've switched out the horn relay with it and it's still loose. It also pulls out easy. The other's are tight in the sockets. It appears to be quite a job to pull it apart and check why this is that way. This is why I have a compressor intermittent on & off issue unless you wiggle the relay at times. Somethings going on inside that shouldn't be if it's loose.
Did you inspect the socket connections to see if something was bent or loose inside the socket plug? This should be the first thing to do before any dissembly takes place.

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Old 11-15-2017, 09:49 PM   #3
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Default Re: Under The Hood Fuse Box

With a loose socket, you are probably better off just replacing the whole box. Bad things happen when you try to pull them apart and repair them. They are pretty easy to replace. There are three modules that pop out and all the wires are in them. A couple of screws in the bottom and you're done. There,s plenty of them for cheap at the pick and pull. I've installed sockets in S series that didn't have power windows but I haven't had luck with taking them out.

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