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    Removing the fuse box...

    Hey.

    I'm trying to do a bit of rewiring in the Estate, I was wondering, could someone possably tell me, or show me how to remove the fuse box?

    (the one by your right knee)

    Cheers

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    Anyone? Please!

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    Have you had a look ??

    you undo screws to remove the tray...
    then I think there are more of the same quick realease type screws holding the fuse board in place.

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    Yep I've had a nose.

    Took the try out, and let the fuse board flop down, could only see two screw to undo, undid them, but was still stuck in place...

    Was hoping someone could give me some pointers

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    If you've gone that far - keep going....
    I dont think it will fall out completely - still has things connected to it !

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