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Hi everybody

I have recently bought a 2007 2.2 cdti gt from a dealer in peterborough. the car was delivered to me in rotherham south yorkshire and i was told on the phone first of all that the radio was not working i thought that it would be an easy fix but i need some help with it. before i start to take my dash i wanted to just show some pictures of my fuse box first to see if any can see anything wrong with the fuses. there is no power to the radio at all and nothing on the display no power totally blank. the other problem is when i press my lock button on my key it doesn't lock the doors.i think that might be due to a battery change at some point though. iv tried to recode the key in the ignition by turning and pressing the lock button at the same time and i cant get it to work. could this issue be linked to the radio not working?? im at a loss and i dont really no what to do, i can only lock the car with key and i don't think that alarm system is fully working because i cant see any flashing led to say its on.
any help on this would be gratefully appreciated.

thanks matt


 

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Fuse 16 in the underbonnet fuse box would link both the audio and locking. (Its the permanent feed)
That's the 15A fuse below the big pink 30A below the grey relay in your first picture. (2nd column from the right)


Otherwise the other audio fuse is fuse 35 in the underdash fusebox, yours has a no genuine 10A in it rather than a 7.5A (That's the switched live)
 

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thank you for replying i will order the correct fuse for the for under dash box and check the fuse is not blown in the under bonnet box. if that don't work i ill take the radio out and use a multi meter on the stereo plugs and see if im getting 12 volts at the cable. if i get 12v from the cable i can asume the radio is dead.
 

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thank you steve_m the problem is now sorted out it turns out that indeed it was the 15 amp fuse that had gone - who would have thought a 25p fuse could cause sutch mayhem.
 
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