how can i get to the fuse box, located under the rear seat of a 1988 bmw i735 il?
well i got the car like six months back, but when i got it of my friend, he upgraded from the original cassete receiver to a aftermarket cd player. He told me that the stereo worked but for some reason the speakers did not produce eny sound,(the stereo turns on, but no sound). I took the car to stereo shop, they checked it out, and they told me the car needed new speaker rewiring. I took the car back home becouse i did not believe the car needed that, i started reading the owners manual, and discovered that the car had a 2nd fuse box located under the left side of the rear seat. bBut i been trying to get to the fuse box without damaging the electric motor that pull the seat back and foward.
If this is under the left front seat, you may need to unbolt the seat, disconnect the wiring connections to the seat motor, and go about it that way. If it's under the rear seat, I have never heard of a power rear seat, typically these are stationary and can be removed using the technique I describe in my answer to your other question about this.
Search BMW 7 Series Questions
Are you a UK consumer? CarGurus now has a discussion forum in the UK.
BMW 7 Series Experts