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Engine compartment fuse box
Engine compartment fuse box

The fuse box is in the front left of the engine compartment.

Disengage the cover, lift it upwards and remove.

1. Starter.

1. Starter.

2. Air conditioning system.

3. Diesel fuel filter heater.

4. Horn.

5. Manual transmission automated, automatic transmission.

6. Engine control unit.

7. Fog lights.

8. Engine cooling.

9. Engine cooling.

10. Manual transmission automated.

11. Glow plugs, ignition system.

12. Headlight range adjustment, Adaptive forward lighting.

13. Air conditioning system.

14. Manual transmission automated.

15. High beam (right).

16. High beam (left).

17. Main relay.

18. Engine control unit.

19. Airbags.

20. Main relay.

21. Main relay.

22. Central control unit.

23. Tyre repair kit.

24. Fuel pump.

25. ABS.

26. Heated rear window.

27. ABS.

28. Interior fan.

29. Cigarette lighter.

30. Air conditioning system.

31. Power window (left).

32. Power window (right).

33. Heated exterior mirrors.

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