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Empty Fuse SBF No 7


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#1 Mehkael

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Posted 29 September 2009 - 02:41 PM

Hello again thanks for all the help with the slipping trans. I just discovered inside my fuse panel there is an open slot labeled SBF No 7 it is labeled as a 30A fuse. My Subaru is a 1999 Legacy OBW, and aside from slipping trans. that is resolved I have not noticed any problems. When bought used did not have manual, so I can't find any info.

Is this slot supposed to be empty like the FWD? Is there any reason to worry one way or the other?

Thanks

#2 OB99W

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Posted 29 September 2009 - 04:14 PM

It's for the nonexistent TCS (traction control system).




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