Maxi fuse missing?

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Hi. I have a 16 plate c3. 8m investigating a battery drain issue.
I'm looking through all the circuits and fuses and have noticed that maxi fuse MF 7 is missing. This is for the dashboard fusebox. Is this correct. Everything in the car is working OK. Just something drawing the battery.
Any ideas would be uch appreciated.
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Granty88 wrote: Sat Apr 09, 2022 2:21 pm Hi. I have a 16 plate c3. 8m investigating a battery drain issue.
I'm looking through all the circuits and fuses and have noticed that maxi fuse MF 7 is missing. This is for the dashboard fusebox. Is this correct. Everything in the car is working OK. Just something drawing the battery.
Any ideas would be uch appreciated.

Hello

Which diagram are use using to identify the maxi fuses on the 2016 model Citroen C3?

Fuses missing will stop a current draw, not make one that shouldn't be there.

You can isolate circuits as you measure the current (in series with the battery) drawn by the car. Don't try to start the engine while you are doing this :o
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