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Post by coltuno on Sun Aug 18, 2013 3:17 am

hi, does anyone know where the fuse and relay for the electric windows for a mk 1 are located...
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Post by robr33gts on Sun Aug 18, 2013 3:55 am

this is what the haynes manual says
On cars fitted with power-operated front windows and centralised door locking, the
fuses and relays for these circuits are
mounted separately under the right-hand side
of the facia panel.

couldnt find any diagrams tho
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Post by coltuno on Sun Aug 18, 2013 4:00 am

ok, thanks will have another look..
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Re: electric windows

Post by Chas Uno on Sun Aug 18, 2013 7:15 am

robr33gts wrote:this is what the haynes manual says
                                                                                                                                              On cars fitted with power-operated front windows and centralised door locking, the
fuses and relays for these circuits are
mounted separately under the right-hand side
of the facia panel.

couldnt find any diagrams tho
If I recall correctly, there were changes made to the location and type of electric windows fitted to Uno during its life. Very early Unos (might be pre Turbo/ 1985) had the electric window switches in a pod below the stereo aperture. The relays were fitted to driver's footwell ledge (same location that the injector ECU is located fitted in turbo models.)

Later mk1's (Turbo and SX) had the window switches in front door handles. The relays I *think* were clipped to the fusebox, or they might be floating around that general area under the dashboard.

Mk2's had the relays mounted on a plate that is accessible after taking out the instrument pod (underneath and to the left as you look downwards).

Typical of Fiat to keep us guessing!
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