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  1. rizzo308

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    Does the factory system have fuse connected in the fuse box if so where is it located TIA.
     
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    G'day.... There seems to be a few fuses associated with the alarm system:

    Fuse 76 (orange fuse) behind the LH seat (7H fuseblock).
    Mega fuse B (blue fuse) near the battery (The "B" location is different depending on which manual you look at).
    Fuse F9 (blue fuse) "Luggage Light" in the luggage compartment (5A fuseblock)

    Fuse numbers may vary, but usually the position on a fuse/relay block remains the same.

    Wiring diagram here (with graphics of the fuseblocks included):

    https://www.dropbox.com/t/g3VoXMa6PcrEACaJ

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    #3 rizzo308, Jul 22, 2021
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    Thanks Ian, much appreciated. My computer skills aren't the best, is there anyway to download a clear copy of the schematics.
    Cheers
     
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    #4 Qavion, Jul 22, 2021
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    If you click on the link and hover your mouse over the name of the file, you will see a preview button (eyeball symbol)

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    The schematic will appear if you click on the eyeball. At the bottom of the window, you can use the controls to enlarge the image (best at 100%) to view the file online.

    You can also click on the printer icon in the same location which will take you to a print page:

    I guess what happens next depends on your computer. I see



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    I might try to name the file (something easy to find) and then save the file to my Desktop (usually a sidebar will appear which will enable you to navigate to your Desktop (in Windows at least).

    Sorry, this stuff is hard to describe. If you have problems, I can post a graphic of the fuseblocks.

    Do you have an Owners Manual with the location of fuses and relays?
     
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    #5 Qavion, Jul 22, 2021
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    This might help...

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    The fuses and relays on the left are behind the LH seat (passenger seat on your RHD car). The fuses on the right are in the forward luggage compartment. I doubt the maxi fuse near the battery will be your problem. It powers lots of different things. The "F9" fuse is labelled luggage compartment light or something similar, but it also sends power to the Immobiliser ECU for some unknown reason.

    (EDIT: just noticed that you have a coupe, but most of the system will be the same... just a few variations regarding the interior light)
     
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    Im trying to download it then i can have the schematics enlarged and printed.
    Thanks
     
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    Which browser are you using? Google Chrome? Firefox/Mozilla? Safari?
     
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    All sorted now Ian thanks for your help. New battery fitted 6 months age sh#t itself.

    Cheers
     
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    I have a new issue removed the A/C unit for rebuild as i was in there changing time belts. Come to regas the unit today and i have no power at the compressor. Looking for gremlins do you know how many fuses are connected to the A/C system i have found the fuse and relay behind the seat not sure if there is anymore along the line. TIA.
     
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    Unlikely to be the problem , but fuse 64 (Hot water recirc pump) behind the LH seat also supplies power to the coil of the AC compressor relay

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    If that fuse has blown, your hot water pump may have seized.
     

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