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Think i've seen this before, when it's light tomorrow, go out and open the bonnet, next to the battery, which you will need to take out, is the engine fuse box, take it out, make note of which fuses go where, the connectors on the bottom of the fuses and indeed the fuses them selves will probably be rotten beyond use, also there is a white connector behind this fuse box, it too will probably be corroded, you will need to sort all this out with new connectors and fuses and remove the white connector completely and join the wires direct with spade connectors or such like, you're gonna have a fun day, should sort it out tho, then you can worry about the other faults.
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