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2000 V70 xc junk yard save

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1997 - 2000 V70-XC
1997 - 2004 C70

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Re: 2000 V70 xc junk yard save

Post by abscate » Sun Sep 15, 2019 10:22 am

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Enlightenment has burst upon me at 39,000 feet, aka FLIGHT LEVEL 390

The fuse box labels in the Owners manual are labelled Fuse 1-14

The corresponding fuses in VIDA are

11A/1 - 11A/9 (first 9)

11B/1- 11B/5 Fuses 11-14

Fuse 11/B 5 is thus Fuse 14 in the manual and supplies the purge valve 8/28 which lives on the radiator left side.

Try pulling the plug on the purge valve and I bet your fuse popping stops.

My 1999 diagram shows the AC relay comes off 11B/1 not the 11B/5 as indicated in your manual. This eagle eyed poster also notes the AC relay is listed twice, on two different fuses, so Im guessing the manual listing is inaccurate or incomplete.


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