2002–2006 LTI TX2

24.05.2016 (US:05.24.16), Category: LTI

In cases where the system detects a fault the relevant circuit may be momentarily shut down while the circuit protection recovers. Until the fault is rectified the components in that circuit may continue to operate intermittently.
The fuse box and electrical relay access cover must be removed to gain access to the fuses which are situated behind the cover.
Open the left hand front door. Place fingers in grip at bottom of access cover and pull rearward to remove access cover. Replace the access cover by aligning the three locating pegs and firmly push into place. Do not use excessive force.

LTI TX2 (2002–2006) Location of the Fuse Panel
LTI TX2 (2002–2006) Location of the Fuse Box

The fuse box, and the majority of relays and electronic control units are located behind the fuse box and electrical relay access cover. The position, rating and circuits covered by each fuse are shown on a label located on the reverse of the cover.

Fuses are fitted to protect the vehicle wiring from overheating and the consequential risk of fire. A 'blown1 fuse must only be replaced with a fuse of the correct rating as shown on the fuse box label. Never use a fuse of a higher rating as this could lead to damage to electrical equipment or cause the wiring to overheat. Do not attempt to repair a broken fuse.

Fuse Panel

LTI TX2 (2002–2006) Diagram of the Fuse Box

Maxi Fuses

LTI TX2 (2002–2006) Location of the Main Fuse

There are three high rate ‘maxi’ fuses located under the bonnet near the battery. If any of these three fuses ‘blows’ this may indicate a serious concern and we advise you to take your vehicle to an authorised London Taxis International Dealer immediately.

Fuses Specifications
No. A Description
A 60  Ignition and Battery
A 60  Ignition and Battery
B 40  Glow Plugs

Location and description of fuses LTI TX2 (London Cab) with diesel engine 2.4 L TD Ford Duratorq (2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006)