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Old 03-21-2019, 07:41 PM
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Checked the manual, did a forum search and googled

My handbook advises it is fuse no F33 in passenger footwell fuse box of my UK car.

But I suspect that my manual (JJM 10 02 30 141) like the last one incorrectly supplied by my main dealer, has the fuse locations reversed and the fuse is actually in behind the centre section of the rear seats. Also if it is there, any guidance on removal of that centre panel, ask as everything I've read indicates you slide you digits into the top bit and give it a sharp tug, I've tried and nothing's giving...but that just be my arthritic hands can't exert the required force

Needed as really only have done short journeys in my car since purchase in Oct and am taking it in for a Terraclean service at 48k miles (as well as the DI clean). Don't want to get into the 'snake oil' debate as appreciate it's a very emotive subject, but have never had a problem with cars I've had this done to, and it's reduced my emissions quite a bit (read as reducing by 60%+) and freed up a few horses. They have to disconnect the fuel pump when they run the car on their fuel solution, if it's not disconnected then (IIRC) it can seize due to not being lubricated by fuel.

Could go out with a torch but it's coming up on 1am here in the UK.

Any help appreciated
 
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Old 03-21-2019, 07:56 PM
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Do you have any plastic trim removal tools? If so, wedge a large one (or two) in between the leather at the top of that rear center seat section to give you a bit more leverage while pulling that center section towards you. It should pop right out. Good luck!
 
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Old 03-21-2019, 09:17 PM
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OK Stuart, so you are confirming they are there.

I do have trim tools so will have a careful go when the sun comes up...many thanks
 
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You have to slide it straight up, about an inch, before pulling forward. So work your fingers under the bottom edge to lift up.
Yes, F33 is back there.
 
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Old 03-22-2019, 03:23 AM
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Originally Posted by MarkyUK View Post
OK Stuart, so you are confirming they are there. ...
No, all I said was how to remove that panel.
 
 
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