Question about 2007 BMW 335i Coupe
I have a BMW 335. I replaced the flashlight in the glove box with a BMW part that converts the flashlight outlet to a non switched cigarette lighter to charge my phone. I plugged a tire inflator into the adapter and blew a fuse. I now have no display on my I drive. If you've ever looks at the little symbols on the fuse location card behind the glove box you'll understand my frustration in trying to figure out which fuse controls this display. I would have thought it easy but no way. Can anyone help me identify which fuse(s) I might have blown.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
your cigarette lighter works off of a fairly high amp fuse check all your high amp fuses to be safe from 20 on up and chances are youll find the one. good luck
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
there should be one under the hood/bonnet, this contains the aux fuses and aux relay's, it is a small black box, should be on the opposite side of the steering wheel position.( left hand drive ,it will be on right of car, and vice versa ).........
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
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