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Peugeot Boxer 1998 Digital Clock not working
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userMickM
Posted: 30 January 2018 3:29 PM
Subject: Peugeot Boxer 1998 Digital Clock not working
 
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Hopefully this is a quickie !!

Today the dashboard digital clock has stopped working, i.e no display.

Hopefully its just a fuse issue but looking at the only fusebox I can find (in the cab passenger drawer) I cant find any fuses that are blown.

However the signs showing which fuses are which are a bit vague so if Im actually checking the right ones or not?

Is there perhaps fusebox somewhere which has the fuse for the clock in it - Ive hunted but cant find another?

Ive attached a a few pictures showing the box, can anyone confirm which, if any, will be the clock?

Cheers
Mick





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userDerek Uzzell
Posted: 31 January 2018 8:01 AM
Subject: RE: Peugeot Boxer 1998 Digital Clock not working
 


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This website relates to a motorhome based on an older-model Peugeot Boxer

http://www.ourwanderer.uk/peug1.htm

There’s a section relating to its fuse panel with a photo

http://www.ourwanderer.uk/photogal/1fusebox2.htm

that matches yours (though I notice there is a ‘piggy-back’ connector on Fuse 1 of your panel).

I’ve attached a copy of the Table of Fuses and this indicates that Fuse F3 relates to the front wash/wipe function and the clock. Fuse F3 is the bluish 15A fuse third from the left in the top row of fuses.

If that fuse is OK and the wash/wipe function works, I guess you are looking at a dead clock.





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user747
Posted: 31 January 2018 9:51 AM
Subject: RE: Peugeot Boxer 1998 Digital Clock not working
 


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The clock will draw very little power, so a poor connection can be enough to stop it working. You could try removing any spade connectors and refitting them. If you do each one a couple of times it usually improves connectivity. Similarly check the earth connection if it is not wired through a multi plug.
userMickM
Posted: 1 February 2018 12:10 PM
Subject: RE: Peugeot Boxer 1998 Digital Clock not working
 
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Hi Derek, yep, the washer/wiper works.

Next step I guess is to get behind the dash check the connections !

Thanks for the replies, appreciated as always.
userBrianBW
Posted: 21 February 2018 4:42 PM
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You will find that the clock seems not to work, it is because there is a lamp behind it. When this is faulty the clock display has no illumination. This is as I found it when I changed mine.
Brian: www.ourwanderer.org
userMickt
Posted: 21 February 2018 4:53 PM
Subject: RE: Peugeot Boxer 1998 Digital Clock not working
 
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See fuse F11 also refers to clock and F6 is fascia illumination

Edited by Mickt 2018-02-21 4:56 PM
usereuroserv
Posted: 23 February 2018 11:58 AM
Subject: RE: Peugeot Boxer 1998 Digital Clock not working
 
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AS MickT says above, Fuse 11 lists the clock.

If the radio, interior lights and lighter socket still work; it suggests that the clock module has either failed completely or more likely the backlight has blown. If you shine a torch across the display with the ignition on you might still be able to see the time but without the green backlight it would be invisible to you.

Have a look and let us know what you find. I will have a look and see if i have one knocking about and find out whether the lamp can be replaced.

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usereuroserv
Posted: 23 February 2018 2:52 PM
Subject: RE: Peugeot Boxer 1998 Digital Clock not working
 
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Just found one.
Yes, the module can be removed and there is a 1.2W clear lamp module (very common for instruments) that can be replaced. Easy enough to find one.
I hope this is all it needs.
Nick
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