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Old 02-15-2012, 09:03 PM
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anybody know if one exist?longshot but back half of pano sunroof stuck tilted up...thought fuses would be good check but cant see if for the sunroof
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Check glove box fuses.
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Where would the other fuse box be on a 2002 X5 3.0i ????

I looked behind the glovebox but couldn't see one there.

I only lowered it a bit by unhooking the left side plastic brace/arm and looking behind the glovebox.

Did I not remove enough to see the fuse box???

Trying to find a fuse for the headlight. I have a Xenon low beam out.

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pull fuse 68 to disable webasto auxi heater?

Powers1 seeing you are a guru on all things electrical, do you know if fuse 68 as per your fusebox diagram in cargo area, disable the webasto thermotopz in my 3.0d e53 (2004 facelift) I don't need this heater at all.....and if i pull fuse will i get any error codes?thanks for all replies
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Old 12-14-2013, 06:45 AM
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You mean ,fuse 86!....It shouldnt bring up an error code as its non engine running related!
I dont use it either and its a pain having to have to turn it on periodically,just to make sure its working.
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You mean ,fuse 86!....It shouldnt bring up an error code as its non engine running related!
I dont use it either and its a pain having to have to turn it on periodically,just to make sure its working.
Powers1 a tad confused here, in my cargo area fusebox layout diagram, fuse 86 refers to remote central locking system, so I looked in the glovebox and there is fuse 59 thats read auxilarry heater diesel engine or something like that.....now another 3.0d driver on the site rolfi said pulling fuse 59 would throw up an error code, and the webasto is useful as it pre heats the engine coolant so that is good for engine on very cold days....either way been reading that the weastos do go wrong and turn on and may stay on causing battery drain issues....and as temps dont fall below zero in the coastal areas here....dont need this feature......any opinions?
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Here is the complete diagram for the Fuses/relays in the cargo area(right).
Hope its useful for anyone else
Great pic. Would fuse 86 be for the rear air blower motor?
Mine isnt blowing air at all from the rear heat/cold vents.
Front ones work fine.
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