2002 E39 525d touring - auxilary heating fuse location(Solved)

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    Hi all this is my first post ( go easy on me ) my auxilary heating went off about 1 year ago and i have just not got round to sorting it till now! the firt port of call is the fuse but cant find it i no its a 20amp can any one help me here or any outher ideas to why its gone off plz help thanks in advance.
     
     

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    The fuses are in the rhs rear wing above the battery
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by gwatton View Post
    The fuses are in the rhs rear wing above the battery
    Hi gwatton,
    its not in that location the fuse holder does not have a fuse in it where it says it should be thats why its got me scraching my head !!!
     
     

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    Fuses 23(10amp), 46(15amp) and 47(15amp) is what info I have
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronnie View Post
    Fuses 23(10amp), 46(15amp) and 47(15amp) is what info I have
    Thanks Ronnie, no fuse in 23 and 46 but a 20 amp in 47 took it out reset the heater and hey presto it fired up ! thanks again Mark.
     
     

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