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ColinRob
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« on: 06 July, 2022, 09:08:12 AM »

Hello All, I'm new here and hoping someone can help with explaining which circuit is controlled by which fuse on my 65 S1 Fulvia.

The car was restored some years ago but not by me and I have little information about its history (its LHD, orignally sold in Italy and then moved to Germany).

I have attached some photos; there is a sticker at the base of the panel with some Italian names but I have been unable to translate these, since it all looks rather dirty and a little rusty in places I am thinking of carefully cleaning it up as I do have a few electrical issues (some of the lights, horn in operable) so this seems a good starting point.

Thanks for any pointers.

Colin



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« Reply #1 on: 07 July, 2022, 05:01:10 PM »

In your picture from the left: reverse lights, dashboard, dipped right light, dipped left light, main headlights, lights warning bulb, horn, various accessories, ignition.
From memory I thought that these labels are not quite correct (obtained from another model??) but I may well be wrong.
In your pics the whole system appears to need a very systematic cleaning. Check the operation of the horns by connecting each one in turn to the battery with very temporary wires. I noted that the horn fuse is the one looking very new, suggesting a recurrent problem. This may also be in the horn button contact on the steering wheel. Good luck, Andrea
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ColinRob
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« Reply #2 on: 07 July, 2022, 05:13:12 PM »

Thanks, I do, indeed, plan to give the whole assembly a good clean and ensure the contacts are good. I m fairly certain that there is something amiss with the wiring in the car and it seems obvious to start here; I have taken the horn button and the chrome ring off and investigated that and there is no power there, also the contraption at the base of the steering column looks to need a thorough clean too. I suspect no-one was too bothered about the horn when the car was rebuilt as the rest of the car is in good shape, no rust, good paint, nicely re-trimmed interior.
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