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Fuse box Berlingo van
#1
Hello!
I've located the fusebox in the dashboard in my 2020 Berlingo van.
It seems as I have to disassemble  "half of the dash" to access the fuses. I need to change the fuse for the 12V socket rear, and I can't even see the fuse!!!
Anyone done this before?

Bobbe, Norway
2020 Berlingo LWB 4x4 1,5 diesel
2003 Chevy Tahoe 4x4 5,3 gas
1993 Ford E350 Econoline 7,3 diesel
1991 Ford E350 Club Wagon 7,3 diesel
1980 Toyota Cressida Stw 1,8 gas
1964 Volvo PV Special 1,8 gas
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#2
Hi Bobbie, just wondered if you found an answer to your problem? Hubby is trying to attach a dashcam but says he can’t get to the fuse box, so I figured surely someone else would have had the same problem - and solved it?
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#3
Had to get access to the fuse box as well. You indeed need removing a few part before but that's easy. see pictures attached

Remove fus box lid:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/tanu2my6shln7a...3.jpg?dl=0
Remove side panel as well:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/hmf7brjo0mnc6r...7.jpg?dl=0
Remove torx screws and take out the cover:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/zbbyfqaqhglcf8...6.jpg?dl=0
Now you have a better access:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/2fen8lpzt857rd...2.jpg?dl=0
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#4
Hello, Radioman!
Thanks for nice pics!!
OK. So you have to remove the side cover too!? How do they come off? Any clips that could break or things to look out for?
Bobbe
2020 Berlingo LWB 4x4 1,5 diesel
2003 Chevy Tahoe 4x4 5,3 gas
1993 Ford E350 Econoline 7,3 diesel
1991 Ford E350 Club Wagon 7,3 diesel
1980 Toyota Cressida Stw 1,8 gas
1964 Volvo PV Special 1,8 gas
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#5
Side cover comes off easily, no clips which could break, just pull it to the left ( left hand versions) .
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#6
Hello!
I have to give up on this!!!!
I've removed both the under and side cover,
loosened the screws for the underlaying panel
loosened wiring harness contacts (yellow, blue, red)
Loosened the white plastic clips
Still the top of the fuse box is hidden. I really don't know/see how I could by any chance get to the top fuses I need to reach.

This isn't very well thought through by Citroën or may be it is!!??
Very bad lay out/construction!! Angry

Bobbe
2020 Berlingo LWB 4x4 1,5 diesel
2003 Chevy Tahoe 4x4 5,3 gas
1993 Ford E350 Econoline 7,3 diesel
1991 Ford E350 Club Wagon 7,3 diesel
1980 Toyota Cressida Stw 1,8 gas
1964 Volvo PV Special 1,8 gas
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#7
Here are some pics showing the issue:


    White clips

    The white plastic clips released

    Red contact released

    Blue contact released

    Yellow contact released


Bobbe


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2020 Berlingo LWB 4x4 1,5 diesel
2003 Chevy Tahoe 4x4 5,3 gas
1993 Ford E350 Econoline 7,3 diesel
1991 Ford E350 Club Wagon 7,3 diesel
1980 Toyota Cressida Stw 1,8 gas
1964 Volvo PV Special 1,8 gas
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#8
As far as I remember the white, slightly transparent, plastic holder looks as if it could be taken out. Since I had no need to get access to those top parts, I did not try.
I'm pretty sure there is some magic way to get it released.
By the way, I'll visit my local citroen dealer today and will ask whether you need a harry potterish wand for that :-)
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#9
Hello, again!
Went to the local Citroen-dealer. They changed the fuse for me. The mechanic didn't need to loosen the underlaying cover. He released some contacts and the white plastic cover under neath.

Here are some pictures:
   
   

   

Bobbe, Norway
2020 Berlingo LWB 4x4 1,5 diesel
2003 Chevy Tahoe 4x4 5,3 gas
1993 Ford E350 Econoline 7,3 diesel
1991 Ford E350 Club Wagon 7,3 diesel
1980 Toyota Cressida Stw 1,8 gas
1964 Volvo PV Special 1,8 gas
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