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      06-24-2007, 08:54 AM   #1
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Help with Fuses on a 335i? Please help! :)

Hello, I am new to the boards and was hoping for a little help. I have a new 335i I've had for a bit over a month at this point. Best car I have ever had. Anyway, I was trying to plug in an xmradio, and a radar detector in the front cigarette lighter socket using a splitter (turns 1 plug into 3). Long story short, I think I blew the fuse for the cigarette lighters while I was jiggling the connector around (the one in the middle console now does not work either). From looking at the chart I found behind the glovebox, it seems that fuse 30 is the one I need to change.... is there spare fuses somewhere in the car I am just not seeing? The owners manual says they are located on the "distributor box" along with plastic forceps... no clue what this is... any help would be greatly appreciated so I can avoid having to take it in to the shop for something so dumb. Thank you!
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fixed it!

so by "distributor box" that meant fuse box... i looked a little closer today in the daylight, and there were some red forceps in the middle of the board, and a couple extra fuses on there in various places (i could tell they were extra because they were not on the chart). Anyway, thanks to anyone who at least read my post, and I hope this can help someone later.
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u solved your problem in an hour and 15min
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thanks a lot for this info!!!

I SUCCEED in fixing my own fuse problem.
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