I've added pictures and details of the fuse blocks to my website but there's a couple that I don't know what they are. 1. What's the flat pack motor? 2. What does TMNSS stand for? Most of the fuse descriptions are self explanatory - but I don't know what these two are all about. They're in the instrument panel fuse block - the one by your left knee (in a classic, anyway).
Post by Letitroll98 on Sept 29, 2004 11:01:29 GMT -6
You always have such good information to add Howard. I, on the other hand, have little to offer here. A flat pack motor would generally be some kind of actuator, like the one for running the air compressor on the ELC or some such thing. But no idea what this one is. TMNSS is uhmm... it's well...it runs the...no, not that...hmmmm. Listen, it's just in case, don't worry about it.
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