Passenger fuse box layout diagram

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Posted 6 months 1 week ago #205104
I’ve always found this hard to read as the descriptions are written so our US friends can read them easily from the wrong side of the car but those in the right are faced with ‘wrong way round’
I’ve had them re written in a more civilised manner and the result is much more pleasing to the eye and easier to decipher.
If anyone is interested I can post a copy
Brian
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Replied by Airportable on topic Passenger fuse box layout diagram

Posted 6 months 1 week ago #205106
Any effort to make all aspect in whatever area clearer for members across continents is encouraged.
With your head stuffed under the steering wheel squinting into the dark hole of the foot well in an attempt to track a wayward fuse will have caused most of us an irritation, if not an outright problem.
So yes, let’s have a look & if clarity is improved I’m sure that the Headmaster would add it to the information cubbyhole.
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Replied by RookyMGF on topic Passenger fuse box layout diagram

Posted 6 months 1 week ago #205109
I would be interested in seeing that.

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Posted 6 months 1 week ago #205110
Another vote from me. Good work on behalf of owners.

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Posted 6 months 3 days ago #205146
Try this JPEG
Last Edit:6 months 3 days ago by Harry
Last edit: 6 months 3 days ago by Cobber.
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Replied by BruceTF135 on topic Passenger fuse box layout diagram

Posted 6 months 3 days ago #205147
It's very nicely annotated but which fuse box is this? The fuse box under the driver's side dash in my 2004 TF isn't like this.

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Replied by Notanumber on topic Passenger fuse box layout diagram

Posted 6 months 3 days ago #205149
That looks like a Mk2 F / Mk1 TF fusebox I think.
I only realised the Mk2 TF fusebox was so different when i had both a 2002 and a 2003 car at the same time for a short while

2003 TF 135 sunstorm

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Replied by R40MGF on topic Passenger fuse box layout diagram

Posted 6 months 3 days ago #205150
It looks the same as the one on my 98 mgf.
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Replied by Airportable on topic Passenger fuse box layout diagram

Posted 5 months 3 weeks ago #205252
A further note on this. There’s a web site called Carfusebox.com which has illustrations of fuse/relay orientations in a number of cars, MG’s included. The one shown for the mk1 tf is remarkably similar to that shown by our contributor.
Also if you go on Google images & type MGf fuse box layout amongst much else you will find in blue another delineation.
It can be quicker to nip to sites like these than to rummage through what some, myself included, would consider normal channels.
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Replied by David Aiketgate on topic Passenger fuse box layout diagram

Posted 5 months 3 weeks ago #205258
Actually, there are pictures all of the fuseboxes (under bonnet and internal)on the forum already, but they take a bit of digging. Go to photos and look for my useful photos folder. If you scroll through there you'll find them.

I would put them in to a how to, but I first need to figure out how to extract those photos to a new post...

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Posted 5 months 3 weeks ago #205260
Thanks David, it’s donkeys years since I was in the photographic department & I had forgotten how interesting it is. I wanted to look at a particular aspect of the car & had failed to find a satisfactory picture on Google, five minutes through the lower orders gave me what I wanted.
It’s also of interest to look at the contributors names & how few are still active.
Time passes & no amount of running backwards will recover those lost days.
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Replied by markvrs on topic Passenger fuse box layout diagram

Posted 5 months 3 weeks ago #205266
The carfusebox.com website seems poor. just checked a few and they were all wrong. The MG TF LE500 they show is a MGF one as the diagram above, not the LE500 or later MG Rover and SAIC ones.

The best I have seen is by Roverlike at https://www.the-t-bar.com/forum/roverlike-s-guides/97846-mg-f-tf-fuse-relay-listing
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