Hey guys. New to the forum as I don't own a Range Rover anymore but I am a mechanic and I'm a little stuck so figured I'd ask the experts! I currently have a 2000 Range Rover HSE 4.6 and it's having the ever famous melting fuse box issue. I've found fuse boxes anywhere from $100 used up to $250 new and or used YIKES. I'm thinking of grabbing a used one but am sceptical about receiving a fuse box that may be only days away from failure like the current one is. My question is has anyone ever tapped into the wires coming into the fuse box (big coonectors on bottom) to move relays out of the box and bypass the printed circuit board? If not, can it be done or does the printed circuit board do other things that direct wiring to a relay wouldn't? Also.. does anyone have the pin outs or wiring diagram for the fuse panel? I've searched the service manual but can't find anything. Not sure if it's not in there or am I looking in the wrong sections? Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks in advanced!