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How do you know which fuse is the central locking system fuse on your 97 318ti BMW?

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2012-09-01 00:18:45
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The BMW car owners book has a photo of all the fuses in the fuse box. Check this out and it will show which fuse. The fuse box also has a diagram with fuse numbers for guidance

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