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fuse from the starter battery
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usergranddad
Posted: 31 July 2020 9:16 PM
Subject: fuse from the starter battery
 


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Seem to have lost 12v in the hab area from the starter battery only (leisure battery is fine) on an 2005 Autocruise Starblazer on a Boxer base... suspect a fuse from the starter battery but can’t seem to find it... any ideas where this may be please? Many thanks
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Posted: 1 August 2020 9:04 AM
Subject: RE: fuse from the starter battery
 
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You have not stated where you have looked.

I would expect to find a fuse for a supply from the starter battery to the habitation area, in the engine bay.

It should be as close as possible to the starter battery, and may be rated as high as 50A. There may be other fuses mounted in a common holder.

A 50A fuse should not blow without good reason, and the cause should be investigated

A popular location on Fiat Ducato vehicles, is under the plastic shroud at the centre rear of the engine bay. Perhaps Peugeot's have a similar location.

Any unfused length of cable between the battery and the fuse, will compromise the protection given by the fuses in the battery mounted fusebox.

Alan


Edited by Alanb 2020-08-01 9:04 AM
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