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Old 19 August 2009, 22:28   #1
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does anyone have a fuse box layout for 1997 sti. dashlights/parking lights/side lights/rear numberplate lights not working
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Old 23 June 2011, 03:15   #3
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That is a great fuse box diagram and thank you for all the documention linked from your signature.

None of the fuses mention the power windows.

I read elsewhere that the power windows may be on the fuse SBF No 6, and this fuse is mentioned in the annotations on the reverse of the engine room fuse box lid but the fuse itself does not exist.

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Should you happen to know where I can find the power window fuse I would be very grateful of that information.

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I have a 2000reg impreza and also can't find a fuse for windows if anyone can help?
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Old 26 January 2013, 23:45   #5
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The fuse is I believe near the driver's right foot, under (or further into the recess) than the bonnet lever.

By the way, I found that when my windows stopped working it was not the fuse, but because I had left the windows open in the rain and something on the passenger side (perhaps under the passenger seat) had become corroded.
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Old 27 January 2013, 00:25   #6
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Thanks mate do you have atall any idea what it was that stopped your windows working? (As in what got corroded?) thanks
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Old 27 January 2013, 07:50   #7
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I did not fix it so I am not sure but....

I know that I left the window open during rain and there was a pool of water on the floor on the (left hand)passenger side. Shortly afterwards the window stopped working. I took the car to a garage who traced the problem to a connection box, or connector, of some sort under the passenger side front seat.
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Ok mate brilliant thanks ill have a look
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Old 27 January 2013, 12:03   #9
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Good luck with that.

If anyone has an suggestions about why rear wiper does not work I would be grateful. My guess is that it is another connection box type failure (rather than the rear wiper motor having burnt out).
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Hi guys been looking for this box on the passenger that timtak told me about i can't find it does anyone know what it's called or where it is just so I can look it up? Thanks
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It may not be a "box" but just a small cylindrical connector for instance.
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