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11th February 2019 14:30
bill ericay Not sure about underbonnet fuses, but the ones in the fuse panel inside are low profile mini fuses.
11th February 2019 14:22
hawker1986 Thanks guys, really helpful, are they mini or micro fuses (sorry im not with the car and want to get them so I can replace ASAP :S)

10th February 2019 23:34
Originally Posted by bill ericay View Post
Haltamers excellent link in 9G General stickies above.
You give me lovely warm fuzzy feelings - You've also got a very good memory for fuse numbers:

Fuse 28, 10A, Engine fuse box.
10th February 2019 20:46
bill ericay I think its fuse 28 under bonnet fuse box.
Unlikely to blow unless you've been ,perhaps, fiddling with bulbs-- sometimes you can short contacts by twisting a push-in bulb, although some cheap led bulbs have been known to short and blow a fuse.
If the lights have just gone out, you haven't knocked the switch by any chance, it's something I've done before when having a 'doh' moment.

Fuses are shown in the manual, if you haven't got one , follow Haltamers excellent link in 9G General stickies above.
10th February 2019 18:23
Interior lights all gone off


I think ive blown a fuse, all my interior lights have gone out on my new civic.

Does that sounds like the likely problem? can anyone point me in the direction of the right fuse to replace (and the size and power please )

Many thanks in advance.


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