Boxer heated mirror fuses

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Boxer heated mirror fuses

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Does anyone know where I can find these please. I'm being directed to a plastic panel on the door pillar next to the seat but when I remove the cover there is no fuses box there. Many thanks.
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Re: Boxer heated mirror fuses

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Your info is a bit thin, please pop up your VIN (automasked) so we can determine model, variant and year.
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Re: Boxer heated mirror fuses

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Vin number is VF3**************[VIN obfuscated, can be read by forum staff]
14 plate 2.2hdi.
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I'm not going to be much help - the electrics on these vans are hopeless - probably on account there are over a 100 variations or combinations of these vans. The handbooks are not much use as they often show options that are not applicable to add to the confusion. To add to this, the mirrors on Peugeot parts for your VIN are shown as non-heated versions - yet this contradicts the characteristics from the VIN which says you do have heated mirrors.

According to the 'handbook' the fuse should be F40 and F41 for the heated rear window and the heated exterior heated mirrors. This is not shown to be in the door pillar, but in the passenger fuse box wherever that is located - it seems access is via removing the screws and tipping the housing down.

More than that I can't help you, as the wiring diagrams contradict the manual and the options. So if you can't locate them - pop into the dealer and offer them a reward for anyone who can tell you! Sorry about that.
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Re: Boxer heated mirror fuses

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Well this one does seem a bit of a minefield, I can actually see 2 contradictions in the vehicle characteristics.
Can the OP confirm if there is a button for the heated mirrors on the dash?
I had a quick look at a wiring diagram based on the vehicle details as best as possible (as said there are loads of variations).
According to the one i looked at it shows the fuse to be fuse 30 in the under bonnet fusebox & the relay is T14.
I do know from experience however that the wiring diagrams on the Fiat based PSA vehicles are not always the most reliable & its not uncommon to have a mistake or two in them. Same applies to servicebox (not just on Fiat based vehicle here), there are often mistakes with parts even when checking with the VIN.

P.S. It is way easier to get into the under bonnet fusebox with the left headlamp removed.
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Yes exactly - I gave up as nothing made sense.