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Is there any reason why these fuses would be jumpered in my 1991 RRC? I got it a couple of weeks ago and am trying to sort out a few things; including rear windows that won’t roll up, my ABS light is on, and and the back windshield wiper doesn’t work. Thanks!
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In case you lost your cover panel, B2 are the dome lights and C5 is Cruise Control and mirrors. No idea as to why they'd be jumpered. Rear window fuse is C2, rear wiper is C3. Use the links from the "RAVE manual download" to help you out.

Electrical manual\diagrams for 87-91 -> http://www.landroverweb.com/Pdf-files/Manuals/Range-Rover-Maunual-Electrics.pdf



- ABS troubleshooting -> http://notes.rangeroverclassic.todgru.com/brakes/abs-diagnostics.html

If you get a speed sensor code, pull them from your swivel housings and clean them. If that fails, go into your cluster and pull the bulb, don't even bother getting the ABS functions back.
 

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Thanks. I got the rear wiper working (bad switch).
Anyone else know why these may be jumpered?
 

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lack of power on one circuit thus borrowed power by jumping from one circuit to another. maybe?
 

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Fuse 2 was blown and both rear window switches were bad. Once I get new switches, problem with the rear windows will be solved.
 
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