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#54628
trying to find fuse box for radio and clock 6 Years, 4 Months ago Karma: 0
hi have a2000 imported mk 3 mr2 and radio and clock aren't working, apparently there is a fuse box hidden down by pedls somewhere but i can't find it can anyone help? also elec mirrors not working
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Re: trying to find fuse box for radio and clock 6 Years, 4 Months ago Karma: 42
Hi and welcome to the site. Put up some pics of your car as we all llove pics. Its in the drivers foot well on the right just pull off the little square cover. Good luck
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Re: trying to find fuse box for radio and clock 6 Years, 4 Months ago Karma: 35
is the interior light gone too? sounds like ur "dome" fuse is gone
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#54635
Re: trying to find fuse box for radio and clock 6 Years, 4 Months ago Karma: 88
ok there are 4 fuse and relay boxes in the MK3 mr2 locations are in the pic below


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The fuses you are looking for are located in the Fascia fuse box marked with the NO: 3 on the interior pic .. and the fuses are marked F19 for radio and F20 for clock in the pics below


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Also check the fuse box in the engine bay and the fuse marked F10 as in the pic below


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Re: trying to find fuse box for radio and clock 6 Years, 4 Months ago Karma: 88
here are some better pics


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Re: trying to find fuse box for radio and clock 5 Years, 7 Months ago Karma: 74
Jap, have you a similar diagram for the mk1? My clock is gone blank and I've noticed the radio losing power but coming back...

Edit:- I don't believe in stupid questions so here we go...I'm learning.
Just a thought, but could my clock have stopped working cause I removed my dome light? I.e. they're on the same circuit or something? Excuse my ignorance but when it comes to wires I can just about put them in a plug!
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Re: trying to find fuse box for radio and clock 5 Years, 7 Months ago Karma: 88
I dont have a pic sorry ...

Its possible that you have a bad earth that keeps shorting out
if the dome light is on the same circuit then it is possible
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Re: trying to find fuse box for radio and clock 5 Years, 7 Months ago Karma: 74
Japohara wrote:
I dont have a pic sorry ...

Its possible that you have a bad earth that keeps shorting out
if the dome light is on the same circuit then it is possible


Ah cool, I won't panic till I fix the dome light and put it back in, hopefully it's just causing a break in the circuit.
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