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Aygo Mk1 06 Fuse problems


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Hi all,

I have a 06 Aygo 1.0 non AC with what appears to be an issue with fuses and any help or advice would be appreciated greatly. 

It would appear following a jump start and Battery change something went wrong. Since replacing the Battery the car will start however the following no longer works: - 

Power Steering

Battery light on

no brake lights

no radio 

no speedo

ABS light on. 

No interior light

And possibly a couple of other non functioning items. 

 

I have had a look at the small blade fuses and they seem to be ok. Where else should I look? I am thinking that perhaps there is a bigger fuse somewhere that has popped?  Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated :) 

 

Many thanks

 

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There are some very large (100A) metal blade fuses in the under bonnet fuse/relay box, probably worth checking them too.

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Hi Dave many thanks for the advice. 

I removed the fuse box and discovered the main 120 amp fuse has blown. I have found a few threads which indicate that the fuse box must be replaced. I am hoping that the wire holder can be removed from the fuse box and swapped over. 

Does anyone have a how to guide  please? 

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19 minutes ago, sjohn said:

 I have found a few threads which indicate that the fuse box must be replaced.

Not true, on another forum the owner replaced the 120A fuse with one of these from Amazon 120A fuse

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Hi Dave,

 

many thanks for that, that will save a lot of work. I will order some and hopefully they will be long enough to between the two bolts. :)

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14 hours ago, sjohn said:

Hi Dave,

 

many thanks for that, that will save a lot of work. I will order some and hopefully they will be long enough to between the two bolts. :)

Remember to disconnect the Battery first!!!

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Hi Dave,

 

thank you for your help. Those flat blade fuses fit perfectly and the problem is now sorted, much cheaper and easier then changing the fuse box! Also had to replace a fuse for the radio but all is well now. 

 

Many thanks! 

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