cinquecento sx electrics

Please can anyone help - never had a fiat before and the headlights/central locking/windows all have stopped assume its all on the same fuse but cant
find - local garage no idea either, does anybody know where fuse located?
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knightsa wrote:

I'm guessing here as I've never had a Cinq.
There are probably two fuse boxes. One in the car in/around the lower dash area probably on the driver's side. The other will be in the engine compartment not to far from the battery. Also the battery positive terminal may have fuses on its connection plate. These fuses are main fuses and will only ever blow if there are real serious electrical problems which should have already been protected by the normal circuit fuses. You may also have a few "Maxi" fuses. These are the very large blade fuse about 2cm in length. These are also normally protected by other fuses however some will be the sole fuse and are used for really heavy current circuits like the radiator cooling fan, cabin heater fan etc. and common central feeds.
With no circuit diags to look at the fact that the headlights/central locking/windows have all stopped suggests a Maxi fuse or power distribution connector have gone open circuit.
Nick /////
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hi i have a seicento sx are all the electric's off if they are it could be the fuse supplying the fuse box under the dashboard as nick says that is located next to the battery (60 amp fuse) if the side lights horn etc. are working its not that fuse,
you could post here for help http://www.clubcento.co.uk/forum/ they will help you out.
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