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Fuses and Relays

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Old May 17th, 2019, 12:58   #1
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I recently had a problem with my climate control (S40(GDI), 2003) and my local garage fixed a slow gas leak and re-gassed the system. They also said that after they had finished it initially didn't want to kick in, so they checked the fuse was ok and then wiggled the relay, at which point it started working. This got me checking which relay is which. I can find lots of stuff about which fuse is which, but I can't find anything that maps out the relays in the various fuse boxes. Does anyone have a diagram/key?
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try this, its 2004 but should be ok
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On digging around I found there was a key on the underside of the fuse box cover in the engine compartment (I didn't think to look before), but the pdf you've posted is just what I was looking for and covers the other boxes too.
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