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My Dads 2001 Peugeot Boxer based Pilote Galaxy has developed an electrical that I need to sort to bring it back to the UK. It has been stood for on a site in Spain for 18months due to covid I have now driven it after a service but the drivers electric window along with the indicators and the horn no longer work.
The hazard warning lights do work, the garage that did the service could not find the placement of the fuse box by the Pilote company and have checked the fuse box in the places where peugeot put them and could not find the fault.
It seems strange that all 3 fuses as they do not appear to be linked should fail at the same time.
Has anyone had the same problem? Or does anyone have a scooby on the remedy
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Hi Andy and welcome to the forum. I'm just raising the visibility of your post as I'm sure you want this sorted ASAP.

I wonder has any wiring been chewed during the long lay-up? But the technicians would have noticed that.
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Fuses on a Fiat base can be located as follows;

Passenger side (assuming RHD), above knees, remove large cross headed screw to open. These fuses contain many eg radio but not all..

More on drivers side in same position,

More on drivers side at rear of step under smaller flap, similarly protected,

Yet more at front of bonnet space on passenger side under cover for whole area, about 10 fuses there on ours,

And yet more above engine in a couple of spaces,

There are others that Fiat use and I suspect Peugeot do exactly the same.

Ideally find a base vehicle manual and use that as a guide, I’d if your garage only checked ONE then they may well have overlooked a few…. not blaming them by MH are notoriously difficult.

That may help you, finding a manual is desirable for that year, do let us know how you get on. Welcome and best wishes in your quest.
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Not much help from me, but possibly these links may lead you.


Bear in mind I've not looked at these, so may be similar.

https://imgvehicle.com/peugeot/boxer-i/fuse-box

https://www.autogenius.info/peugeot-...e-box-diagram/


https://fusecheck.com/peugeot/peugeo...6-fuse-diagram
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This MAY help;

https://knigaproavto.ru/shemy/en/peu...x-diagram.html

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I think the Galaxy is an A-class so they could be elsewhere?

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In our 2002 Peugeot Boxer based camper, the original vehicle electric system fuses are under a clip off plastic panel in the bottom of the glove box.

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Thanks for all the suggestions so far, the fuses and relays have been checked out in Spain. I have spoken to Peugeot and Pilote re all circuits going to same fuse/ relay/linked fuses, they state that all are separate.. I am thinking due to the layup that it is either corrosion somewhere or rodent damage. When I finally get it back to the UK and sorted I will post here in case it assists anyone in future.
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Sorry we couldn't help more Andy.
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When I finally get it back to the UK and sorted I will post here in case it assists anyone in future.
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Please do Andy - it all adds to the knowledge base.

And good luck!

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