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Thread: CE2 Fusebox - Rear Connections removal

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    CF Nutter fendervg's Avatar
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    Yeah, it's the centre strip - those holes you can see above and below it are where the locating lugs go and the stip then locks them in.

    For the cable, depends on how much damage there is - it looks from your first pic that it took a lot of current, so personally I would replace it if it is easy enough to get at the rest of it.
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    That large red cable I believe is your 'Z' pin which is unfused power to your injectors, just so it doesn't happen again you could cut back the cable and add an inline fuse. The wire runs right the way round the bay into the large multi pin so would mean taking the loom fully out, not a wonderful job.

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