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Old 02-04-2013, 09:30 AM   #1
fsfikke
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Fuse box removal

I'm retrofitting the BMW headlight washers to my car and got all the parts mounted and functioning when I manually power the pump. However I'm a bit stuck at inserting the supplied cable to the back part of the fuse box. And before I break anything I wanted to make sure Iäm going at it the right way

My problem is removing the fuse box, I've dropped it by twisting the two wite 90-degree things. From what I can see the fuse box is now only attachted by two round cylinders that act as the pivot points. By lifting the fuse boy upwards, I managed to lift the left part out, but I can't get any movement latteral movement in the right part. My guess is that the wiringloom is blocking the fuse box. But I just wanted to ask if this is indeed the right way to remove the box
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