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MK VII FUSE BOX COVER

Postby panhard » Fri Sep 15, 2017 5:19 am

Can anyone help me with an under dash fuse box cover for my 1988 MK VII, any colour will do.

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Re: MK VII FUSE BOX COVER

Postby 90 MarkVII BB » Fri Sep 15, 2017 11:14 am

I don't think there ever was one. No Mark I've had had it haha.

Someone will correct me If I am wrong.
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3G Alternator, Arnott Air springs front/rear, hardwired dashcam, Tigerpaw whitewalls, all 4 brake lines new NiCopp, all else factory.
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Re: MK VII FUSE BOX COVER

Postby panhard » Fri Sep 15, 2017 6:45 pm

I don't know if that is good news or bad news. As the auto park brake isn't working I have been releasing it manually and I reckon the exposed fuses etc. are very vulnerable to damage from the handle (or my hand), know my hand has been walloped a few times by the savage pedal. Couple of days ago I detached the fuse box in an attempt to access that vacuum unit for the brake release but no way could I even see the item, although I did get to feel it. Rather than being a rod it felt like a flat shaft and not securely attached to the vacuum unit, the shaft seems to move around on the surface of the unit. Just as a side line, among the problems I am trying to sort out are the electric seats that are not working hence the front floor space is vey confined, so here I am on my back trying to look up under the dash when I became wedged and in the attempt to dislodge myself I think I cracked a rib, love the Lincoln but it's testing me.

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Re: MK VII FUSE BOX COVER

Postby 2manymarks » Sat Sep 16, 2017 1:19 am

panhard wrote:I don't know if that is good news or bad news. As the auto park brake isn't working I have been releasing it manually and I reckon the exposed fuses etc. are very vulnerable to damage from the handle (or my hand), know my hand has been walloped a few times by the savage pedal. Couple of days ago I detached the fuse box in an attempt to access that vacuum unit for the brake release but no way could I even see the item, although I did get to feel it. Rather than being a rod it felt like a flat shaft and not securely attached to the vacuum unit, the shaft seems to move around on the surface of the unit. Just as a side line, among the problems I am trying to sort out are the electric seats that are not working hence the front floor space is vey confined, so here I am on my back trying to look up under the dash when I became wedged and in the attempt to dislodge myself I think I cracked a rib, love the Lincoln but it's testing me.

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Don't either seats motors work in any direction? Do the backs recline?
As of July2017, 11 Mark[*] VII's, 3 licensed for the road:
1989 LSC Midnight/Current Red c/c (9G) mostly stock 99k.
1989 LSC Midnight/Current Red c/c (9G) 124k, stock, needs air suspension & bodywork.
1989 Light Titanium c/c (11) Bill Blass - stock. miles unk
1989 LSC Medium Sandalwood (62) Mass air+ 111k FOR SALE $900.
1986 BB (8T) stock 125k (wife'sDD)
1987 BB (4L) stock (miles unk)
1987 Base Model White (9L) 107k (2.73rear)
1984 Turbo Diesel Base model, Platinum (1Q), 131k+ FOR SALE $1000.
Parts cars: 88 LSC, 89 BB, 90 LSC - TLZ 5spd (complete conversion w/extras 4SALE)
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Re: MK VII FUSE BOX COVER

Postby panhard » Sat Sep 16, 2017 2:58 am

Nothing works!
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Re: MK VII FUSE BOX COVER

Postby 2manymarks » Sat Sep 16, 2017 8:25 am

panhard wrote:Nothing works!


I am not an electrical wizard, so if you have checked the fuse and confirmed power there, I would pull the seat control panel out and check the switches there. Another 12 volt source could be used to apply power and see if anything works. 8-)
As of July2017, 11 Mark[*] VII's, 3 licensed for the road:
1989 LSC Midnight/Current Red c/c (9G) mostly stock 99k.
1989 LSC Midnight/Current Red c/c (9G) 124k, stock, needs air suspension & bodywork.
1989 Light Titanium c/c (11) Bill Blass - stock. miles unk
1989 LSC Medium Sandalwood (62) Mass air+ 111k FOR SALE $900.
1986 BB (8T) stock 125k (wife'sDD)
1987 BB (4L) stock (miles unk)
1987 Base Model White (9L) 107k (2.73rear)
1984 Turbo Diesel Base model, Platinum (1Q), 131k+ FOR SALE $1000.
Parts cars: 88 LSC, 89 BB, 90 LSC - TLZ 5spd (complete conversion w/extras 4SALE)
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