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    would anyone be able to tell me how to stop water getting through to the fuse box on my fiesta? thanks

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    Re: fuse box

    Easy answer. Plug the leak. In the interim, try to wedge a piece of plastic sheet behind the fuse compartment - use it as an 'umbrella' to divert the water. Ultimately, locate the source of the leak and fix!

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    Re: fuse box

    on my fiesta the fusebox was in the dash. If thats getting wet then its likely your heatercore is gone :/ does your coolant level go down? make sure the heater is open (hot) to find out.

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    Re: fuse box

    leaky sunroof ?

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    Re: fuse box

    doesnt have a sunroof but has a crack in windscreen, would that cause it?

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    Re: fuse box

    it could do, or you may have a hole between panels somewere, shove some loo roll inside the screen under the crack, check next time it rains or get the hose out if it aint frozen

    if the loo rolls wet you found the leak.

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    Re: fuse box

    ok thanks mate thats a pretty cool tip

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    Re: fuse box

    daft question, but theres a few versions of fezzy still on the road, where is your fusebox ?

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    Re: fuse box

    mk2, its just below and to the right of the steering wheel

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    Re: fuse box

    yeh i had one, either a bad window seal (possibly thanks to said crack) or its rusted through around the front wing to bulkhead area.

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    Re: fuse box

    ok cheers. also, would anyone know why someone would solder the parts inside the brake shoe together? and does anyone know how to get rid of the bumper strips on the side? as mione wont come off ive tried everything

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