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    Thanks very much for the help everyone.
     
     

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    Are fuses 106 and 107 in the engine compartment with the relays?
     
     

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    These are actually main fuses. If it was 106 you would have more problems but it may be worth checking 107. From what I can find, these fuses are behind the glovebox. The lights are controlled by a lighting control unit (no relays)>
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    I'm a clueless when it comes to the multimeter mentioned earlier in the thread. Could anyone tell me what settings i have to use on the meter to check the charge at the battery? Much appreciated.
     
     

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    Set it to DC volts to check the charge at the battery. The range should be the most suitable (e.g. 20V)
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