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Old 04-03-2016, 01:00 PM   #1
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Where is the fuse for the vacuum in a 1999 alpine
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There should be one on the vacuum body that is in one of the bins on the passenger side. Did it work and then shut down or not at all?

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Worked than shut down
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HI Man of few words!

If it worked and then shut down it may have been an overheat due to clogged hose or tube leading to the unit. It should start again after it has cooled down and the obstruction has cleared.

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