Answer below is applicable for japanese/right hand drive models but may also apply to left hand drive. There are 3 places where you can find fuses. Engine fuses sit at the front of the engine bay on the passenger side. Interior/lighting/general fuses are located in the drivers side kick panel. Fusible links can be found at the rear of the engine bay on the drivers side.
Its beside the fuses on the on the passenger side of a right hand drive car.
I have found them myself ... my car is a right-hand drive car and the fuses are on the left-hand side, under the dashboard with a protective panel that opens down (protects the fuses from your feet etc)
The fuses are behind the small recess in the dashboard below and right of the steering wheel in right hand drive.
The fuses are behind the small recess in the dashboard below and right of the steering wheel in right hand drive 55S. Remove the two crosshead screws at the top to remove this and reveal the fuses.
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On a Right hand drive Mondeo, it's behind the glovebox (you have to remove the glovebox to get at the fuses).
I have a 1987 Lebaron and the fuses are inside the glove box on the right side.
There are two, they are bolted to the left side of the left head and the right side of the right head.
the radio fuse is driver side right against the left outside wall you have probably come close to kicking it when you drive with your right foot above rug, the cover comes off (black box) and the fuses will be diagrammed on inside but i believe it is the top center one
Analog audio for right & left is red and white or red and black. Red is Right. Digital audio can be many colors, but is commonly orange.
its in the left and right sides of lowest slit Save on the front bumper
remove the glove box and its right there, remove the plug, and unscrew.
There should be an idle screw right by or under your throttle
http://www.300zx-twinturbo.com/cgi-bin/manual.cgi Check out this link. I use this for everything when I work on my 300zx. This exact link will take you right to the section that gives step by step instructions on how to replace the oil pan gasket. Good Luck
As you said if the file is stereo (as in left and right, two channels), you should route it to 2CH audio out
ii have found the fuses for my toyota estima in strange places but have found other toyotas to have them in the same; try underneath the glove box right against the left hand side or underneath the steering column right against the right hand side (depending on right or left hand drive) covered by a black blanking cover with the fuses details on. they can be difficult to get to as some wiring could be in front of it. NOT WHAT YOU WOULD EXPECT
right by the oil pan, look for it, its not very hard.
yes if the turboengen is the right size
Right at the clutch master cylinder reservoir under the hood.
Swap audio channels using speaker cables connected to your audio card.
The amp will have probably a mains fuse on the power input circuit and other fuses on the dc power supplies to the circuits. There might also be fuses on the audio output circuits. The fuses will be in conventional holders. You have to find the fuses, take them out and look at them. In a good fuse you can often see the thin wire running through inside, and if the fuse has blow you can see the damaged wire. Then having identified the faulty fuse you can look on the internet for a replacement of the right voltage and current.
Check the fuses; if fuses good, then check the wiring for damage
right hand drive
Not sure what vehicle you have but check the fuses. Some vehicles have separate fuses for left and right headlights.