[DML] Re: Fuse No.8 keeps blowing
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[DML] Re: Fuse No.8 keeps blowing

The instruments cluster power and ground are supplied through the 
connectors to the printed circuit foil. It well may be that some of the 
brass fingers have loosened from the foil and short at the connector.
There are some ground connections under the dash, but I am not sure 
whwhich one runs to the instrument cluster.

My D had loose fingers. Used second glue to stick them to the foil.
Works great when applied modestly.


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "aprentis.rm" <aprentis@...> wrote:
> Hi,
> My car has developed the rather annoying habit of blowing it's no.8 
fuse.I'm pretty keen to 
> fix it asap as it has the instrument cluster lights on it and when I 
drove home last night I 
> couldn't read any of the instruments.I was going to start by checking 
and cleaning the earths 
> for the various curcuits on fuse 8.Does anyone know where the earths 
> Thanks for any help
> Andrew Prentis
> VIN 2883
> Australia

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