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Old 05-21-2007, 05:03 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I was wondering if anyone knew where to get a fuse box diagram identifying the fuses ans relays on a 95 840ci. I checked the dealers and they cant get one. Thanks
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The diagram label is inside the fusebox. Look inside the fuse box cover.

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thanks for the reply, unfortunately it isnt on mine. Do you know who would have a diagram for it, also the one located in the trunk?
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You won't find a diagram anywhere. It's strange, the label is attached to the box. Anyway, no worries. I'll drive the car tomorrow and a take a couple of pics!

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thanks, what about the one in the trunk
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Steve1, I hope this works. I took a picture of the cover. I didn't see a diagram for the rear circuit breaker/fuses.
The PDF file was too large. so here is a pic instead.

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Steve1, I hope this works. I took a picture of the cover. I didn't see a diagram for the rear circuit breaker/fuses.
The PDF file was too large. so here is a pic instead.

Upper right corner box, there are 4 fuses (you can barely read it on the pic). Anyway, the numbers are
48
51
60
63

For small rectangular box:
29 1
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thank you for that, have you ever had a problem with your headlights, mine seem to only go up or down during the day when the car has not been driven too much.
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I'm glad to help.
No problems so far. That's strange... Check both of your batteries (and fuses, ha ha)... The headlight motors are supposed to last very long! In any case, read your owners manual in case you have to raise your headlights manually. Also, where are you located? Is that the only problem for the headlights? If they're too loose inside the bucket or ifthe adjustment screw is broken, BMW might be able to replace them for free. I have a letter you can take to the dealer just in case. Send me your email privately if you want. The implied warranty is good for 15 yrs I believe.
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