Re: [DML] New owner needs help
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Re: [DML] New owner needs help

Well, the fuse box is in the relay compartment behind the passenger's 
seat.  Throw the carpet on the package ledge back, remove the triangular 
plywood panel, and the fuse block is right there.  If there's a cover on 
it, it will list the fuse number over the position.

It looks like you have a new, potentially ruinous, hobby.  If you have 
to do most of the work yourself, a manual set is a must.  We have them 
for $124.95.

You can call on the toll-free line, 800 872 3621, between 8AM and 5PM on 
weekdays.  You're going to need a lot of help.  Call.

Warren at DMC

Robert Lingo wrote:
> Hi all.  I just purchased an eightyone DMC and the seller didn't provide me 
> with any manuals.  In a nutshell, I was screwed on a few other things with 
> the purchase as well.  Anyway,  where's the fuse box?  I'm trying to figure 
> out what works and what doesn 't. So locating the fuse box would help alot. 
> This car has over 113000 miles on it, seller told me it had only 13000. 
> Stupid me.  I didn't take my time researching the car because I was in shock 
> that I found a DMC in the first place.  So I have it but can't drive it.  It 
> needs alot of work but I would like to get it running first.  Any help would 
> be appreciated.
> Lingo 

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