|Left High Beam Headlight
|Right High Beam Headlight
|Auxilliary Fan 91C
|Flashing Turn Indicators||Wash Wipe Headlight Cleaning
Intensive Cleaning Relay K10
|Heated Rear Window||Selector Lever Position Indicator
Fuel Supply Pump
|Radio||Left Low Beam Headlight
|Right Low Beam Headlight
Relay K4 (Headlights on)
Relay K8 (front fogs on)
Relay K5 Electric Windows
|Auxiliary Fan 99C
Mirror Heating Relay K7
Air Con Relay K7
|Interior||Left Rear and Parking lights||Right Rear and Parking lights||Hazards||Not in use
|Rear Wash Wipe||Central Locking
Door Lock Heating OBC Horn Sound System
Elec Aeriel Door open window lifts
|Left Fog Light
|Right Fog Light
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If an item of electrical equipment should fail, switch it off and check the fuse.
The fuse box (power distribution box), with spare fuses, relays and plastic tweezers is located in the engine compartment on the left closest to the windscreen.
Take off the fuse box lid and use the plastic tweezers to pull out the fuse for the item of equipment, which is not working. A blown fuse can be identified by the melted strip inside the transparent plastic cover, and must always be renewed.
Never attempt to repair blown fuses.
If a fuse blows repeatedly, there's a fault with the component or the wiring. Check out our wiring diagrams for more info.
Main article: Relays
As well as fuses, the Fuse box also contains electromagnetic switches called Relays. These allow a low-power circuit to turn on a high-power circuit, without the risk of high voltage running through the switch your fingers are touching. There are ten of these relays in the Fuse Box, outlined in the picture below. Their functions are connected to the fuses in the table above.