How do you get to the fuse box on a Discovery 3?

The passenger compartment fuse box is fitted behind the glovebox. To access the fuses, open the glovebox and then pinch the top of the support stays (arrowed), and lower the glovebox into the footwell. And label on the rear of the glovebox shows the circuits protected, the fuse values and their locations. No.

Where is the radio fuse on a Discovery 3?

Fuse box is behind the lower glove box, pinch the side supports firmly and drop the glove box right down towards the floor.

Where is fuse box LR3?

The fuse box is located behind the glove box.

Where is the fuse box Land Rover Discovery?

Passenger compartment fuse box: Remove the lower access panel. Loadspace fuse box: Rotate the latch and remove the panel from the left side of the loadspace. A label on the rear of the panel shows the circuits protected and the fuse locations.

Does fuse orientation matter?

It doesn’t matter which end of the fuse holder gets used for going to the battery and which goes to the jack. Fuses don’t require current to flow through them in a certain direction so either way is fine.

Are fuses directional?

A: Yes, fuses are directional. Electricity should flow from the left to the right when you view the fuse. If you do not know the direction of flow you should listen to the fuse inserted in both directions.

Which way add a fuse?

Bottom line – you have to plug the add-a-fuse in with leg or terminal A on the hot side in the fuse block slot. By the way – in the 124’s interior fuse block, the LOWER of the fuse slot pairs is the hot side, so add-a-fuses should be installed with the pigtail wire pointing up.

How do you know which way a fuse goes?

You need to look at a detailed picture of the innards of your amp and then search for a wire that comes from the power switch and goes to either the top or bottom of the fuse holder. That should be the hot (and the preferred “from” direction).

Do fuses go on the positive or negative side?

The fuses are placed in the positive lines from the battery and close to the battery. If a fault occurs on the line between the fuse and the load the fuse blows and current flow stops. A ground fault on the return line is unlikely to cause any problems as there is no significant voltage on it.

Where do fuses go positive or negative?

In all vehicles where the chassis is at ground potential (almost all cars) then the fuse should always be on the positive lead and as close to battery as possible. This way if any part of the positive lead after the fuse comes in contact with the grounded body the fuse will blow and protect the circuit.