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What fuse controls the electric doors in the fuse box of a 106 mk1?

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Answered 2007-04-07 18:42:31

I assume its because the something to do with electric doors dont work? Look for the fuse that is blown. You can tell with out removing the fuse by the visible link at the top edge of the fuse. If no visible link then blown fuse.

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