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Zrozze
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 19, 2018 5:25 pm    Post subject: 996tt Fuse Box Reply with quote

Hello

Recently bought 996tt. I think there is something wrong with it fuse box.I mean, some of the fuses are in the wrong place or are missing. I found fuse diagram on internet to 996TT but I do not know if this is for American version of the car or EU ? Below I present a photo on which I think I have wrong fuses.... Can someone tell me please do I have to replaced some fuses as I wrote in the picture ?

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Fuse box:
https://imgur.com/a/sg8uGMZ

Fuse diagram:
https://imgur.com/a/6Pa8BKs
 
  
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 19, 2018 7:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

First off its a bit rare to have every fuse installed .. there are normally blanks .

A blank is obvious , remove the fuse and look , there should be 2 terminals if its an active system .. if only one terminal then its not used on your car .. fitting a fuse into this will make no diference to anything .

Fuse rateing is more important , a 15 amp fuse when it should a 20 amp is far more likely to blow.

There should be a fuse booklet in the fuse board cover .. or check the manual .. make sure if it says fuse B4 is 15 amps then you have that fuse fitted .

A larger fuse fitted than whats ment to be there can cause an issue should a fault occur on the system.

Do you actually have a fault or is it just that it didnt look right ?
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Zrozze
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 19, 2018 9:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

deMort wrote:
First off its a bit rare to have every fuse installed .. there are normally blanks .

A blank is obvious , remove the fuse and look , there should be 2 terminals if its an active system .. if only one terminal then its not used on your car .. fitting a fuse into this will make no diference to anything .

Fuse rateing is more important , a 15 amp fuse when it should a 20 amp is far more likely to blow.

There should be a fuse booklet in the fuse board cover .. or check the manual .. make sure if it says fuse B4 is 15 amps then you have that fuse fitted .

A larger fuse fitted than whats ment to be there can cause an issue should a fault occur on the system.

Do you actually have a fault or is it just that it didnt look right ?


I have no fault so far. I was just curious if everything was fine, because the car was imported from Saudi Arabia.
OK tomorrow i check fuse booklet.

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