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Fuse For Parkers

R33 S2

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parkers, brakelights and dash lights are all on the same circuit..

I would like to know as well..

Aparently S1 and S2 have different fuses in the back and under the steering wheel..

Well i compared my fuses to my friends car (s1).. hmm

he seems to have more fuses than me lol..

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i found this on a site i dunno if its right or not??


L1. Rear Wiper


L3. Starter (ignition?)

L4. Room lamp (interior light)

L5. Stop light

L6. blank

L7. clock (knock this one out and it takes out the stereo as well)

L8. engine control

L9. hazzard lights

L10. fog lights

L11. turn signals (indicator)

L12. Meter

L13. dunno


R1. Shift lock

R2. Auto trans controller

R3. Air conditioning

R4. Engine control (again)

R5. Air bag

R6. Blank

R7. Blower motor (fans)

R8. ditto

R9. Audio (stereo)

R10. Cigarette lighter

R11. Front Wipers

R12. Mirror control (electric mirrors)

R13. Rear defroster


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