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    Please, what does BSM means in Modern Peugoets?

    I was made to understand that its an engine fuse box. Its that true?

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    No, that's PSF1. Inside fusebox is normally BF.

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    Quote Originally Posted by addo View Post
    No, that's PSF1. Inside fusebox is normally BF.
    I think there is something that looks like BSI unit in D9 engine bay called BSM. What's the meaning of the acronym BSM and what is it function?

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    I don't know. PSF is "Platine Servitude Fusibles" and BF is "Boitier Fusibles".

    It is possible someone is re-naming the PSF unit.

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    That is what a lot of people refer to as the fuse box assy in the engine bay, using this eBay link as an example. I've also seen it referred to (perhaps more correctly) as the BF34 or BM34.

    I love how all these names refer to the same thing

    AFAIK, a PSF1 is the "engine connection board" and a BM34 is the "engine fuse board" (in this case, the 34 means there are 34 fuses). Perhaps due to the confusion, people have dreamed up the term BSM to refer to the collected bits as one unit, but BSM is not a Peugeot term, I gather.

    My post has probably confused you even more. Sorry about that.
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    PSF1 is the one which carks regularly, named a BSM in the Ebay links.

    Were I to own a car newer than 2000, I would carry one as a spare.

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    BSM is the engine bay fuse box. (also known as PSF1 or BM34 on wiring diagrams.)

    It is known as a BSM because that is what is printed on the unit itself.
    (Addo is right, have a spare!)
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    Would it be BCM? (Body Control Module) which is the generic name for the device that controls all what goes on the body (power window, headlights, central locking, yada yada yada).


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    Boîtier de Servitude Moteur or words to that effect as I understand it. It's the engine slave unit, which normally incorporates fuses and relays encapsulated in sealant. It's essentially a slave unit under the control of the BSI, which is the fuse box in the back of the glovebox. The BSM carries most of the switched electical loads.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Molerpa View Post
    Would it be BCM? (Body Control Module) which is the generic name for the device that controls all what goes on the body (power window, headlights, central locking, yada yada yada).
    No, the BSI is the unit that controls things that other manufacturers would refer to as the BCM

    It's located under the dash or the glovebox (depending on model).
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