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Martinio

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Hey all.

 

So my car had been sat there for around 3 weeks, and the battery was completely dead. Even the ignition would show nothing. So I hooked up my battery charger and left it over night. Next morning, I noticed I couldn't unlock the car remotely. I managed to start it without any issues though, but now I have noticed:

 

  • Electric windows not working
  • Mirror controls not working
  • Interior lock button not working
  • Fuel lid button not working
  • As mentioned, remote locking/unlocking not working

I've had a bit of a search and some people were mentioning the 38 fuse in the engine bay? It doesn't look damaged, but I don't have a spare to test this. 

 

Does anyone have an idea of what fuses I should be looking into? As I may as well go and buy a few just so I can swap the fuses that are know to do this.

 



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ChrisGR32

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Am I right in thinking how everything that's not working is controlled from the drivers door?



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Martinio

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Am I right in thinking how everything that's not working is controlled from the drivers door?


Good shout, but I did try the passengers side door window but had no luck either.




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