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Opening fuse box

Help! Just spent 2 hours on line and trying to figure out how to open the fuse box on a 2012 Flying Spur RHD. Clock not working, suspect fuse 31. Canít find a lever. Only one video online and still canít get it. Weird.
 
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Originally Posted by fckimsey View Post
Help! Just spent 2 hours on line and trying to figure out how to open the fuse box on a 2012 Flying Spur RHD. Clock not working, suspect fuse 31. Canít find a lever. Only one video online and still canít get it. Weird.
I am not 100% on the 2012, but I would think it would be the same as prior years, just RHD for you, the handle/lever is about 3 fingers wide, see video.

 
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Some of the driver side knee pad fuse box covers are hinged, and some are "snapped in". My 2004 and 2007 GT's are hinged, while my 2008 GTC is "snapped in" (no hinge). The snapped in ones must be pried off... caveat being: Don't try to pry off a hinged one! So absolutely confirm it's not a hinge type before prying. I pry my snapped in cover off with plastic trim removal tools. I suggest to do a look on eBay to see what the back side of the snap-in style looks like. Also: FWIW: First time I pried off my 2008's knee pad fuse box cover, it was held on tenaciously... too tenacious for my liking, so before I snapped it back on I applied a light coating of lithium spray lube on the steel keepers... same for the aerofoil covers in the trunks, and door panels, etc... that I've removed and replaced.

Also: FWIW: I somewhat doubt the clock fuse is the problem... maybe, but I suspect not. If you haven't already tried this: I'll suggest trying a reset of the clock by selecting "Set-Up" on the infotainment system, select "Time", and then as I recall, select "Set to CMT (?)… it's the upper left button selection. The clock hands should whirl around to the correct local time. I say this as a couple years ago I thought I had a dead clock and while fumbling around I reset the time and the clock's worked since... I'm not sure that's what did the trick or any trick, but I can't rule it out.
 
 
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