Fuses - under glovebox
Fuses under the glovebox protect the airbag and passenger compartment lighting functions, amongst other things.
On the inside of the cover for the fuse box in the engine compartment there are tweezers that facilitate the procedure for the removal and fitting of fuses.
The fuse box in the engine compartment also provides space for several spare fuses.
The fuses can be accessed when a protective cover has been removed from the fuse box.
Take hold of the recess and pull until the locking lugs in the lower edge of the cover are released from the fuse box.
Remove the cover.
A relatively large amount of tensile force is required to release the locking lugs at the top edge of the cover from the electrical distribution unit.
Guide in the lower lugs.
Turn the cover upwards until the upper lugs engage.
Make sure that the upper locking lugs are seated properly in the grooves of the electrical distribution unit.
The fuses are of "Mini Fuse" type.
|Rear window wiper||15|
|Display in roof console (Seatbelt reminder/Indicator for airbag on the front passenger seat)||5|
|Interior lighting, Controls in roof console for front reading lamps and passenger compartment lighting; Power seats*||7.5|
|Power operated roller blind for glass roof*||10|
|Rain sensor*; Dimming, interior rearview mirror*; Moisture sensor*||5|
|Collision warning system*||5|
|Reserve position 3, constant voltage||5|
|Combined instrument panel||5|
|Central locking system, fuel filler flap3||10|
|Steering wheel module||7.5|
|Siren*; Data link connector OBDII||5|
|Windscreen wipers4; Rear windscreen wiper4||20|
|Reserve position 1, constant voltage||15|
|Reserve position 2, constant voltage||20|
|Movement detector for alarm*; Remote receiver||5|
|Windscreen wipers5; Rear windscreen wiper5||20|
|Central locking system, fuel filler flap6||10|
|Electric additional heater*; Button seat heating rear*||7.5|
|Airbags; Pedestrian airbag*||7.5|
|Reserve position 4, constant voltage||7.5|