Share this

Audi TT (2006 - 2014) - fuse box diagram

avatar Jonathan Yarden Jan 31, 2021 · 5 min. read

In this article you will find a description of fuses and relays Audi, with photos of block diagrams and their locations. Highlighted the cigarette lighter fuse (as the most popular thing people look for).
Get tips on blown fuses, replacing a fuse, and more.

Year of production: 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

Fuse Location, Instrument Panel left

Audi TT - fuse box diagram - instrument panel (left)

A Description
1 10 Engine relay, fuel tank control unit, Airbag Off light, light switch (switch illumination), diagnostic connector
2 5 ABS, ASR, ESP, brake light switch
3 5 AFS headlight (left)
4 5 Oil level sensor (extended maintenance interval) (WIV), tire pressure monitoring system, switch for Electronic Stability Program (ESP), AFS headlights (control unit), A/С system (pressure sensor), backup light switch
5 5/10 Automatic headlight range control, AFS headlight (right) / manual headlight range control, halogen headlights
6 5 Control unit for CAN data transfer (gateway), electromechanical steering, automatic transmission shift gate
7 5 Acoustic Park Assist, automatic dipping interior rear view mirror, garage door opener, heatable windshield washer nozzles, washer pump, wind deflector relay (Roadster)
8 5 Haldex clutch
9 5 Control unit Audi magnetic ride
10 5 Airbag control unit
11 5/10 Mass airflow sensor, crankcase heating
12 10 Door control unit (central locking driver/passenger)
13 10 Diagnostic connector
14 5 Rain sensor, automatic transmission shift gate
15 5 Roof light (interior lighting)
16 10 A/С system (control unit)
17 5 Tire pressure monitoring system (control unit)
18 Not used
19 Not used
20 Not used
21 10 Fuel injectors (gasoline engine)
22 30 Wind deflector (Roadster)
23 20 Horn
24 15 Transmission (control unit)
25 30/20 Heater rear window Coupe/heated rear window Roadster
26 30 Driver’s side power window
27 30 Passenger’s side power window
28 Not used
29 15 Washer pump
30 20 Cigarette lighter
31 40 Starter
32 5 Steering column module
33 5 Instrument cluster
34 15 Radio navigation system, radio
35 30 Audio amplifier
36 10 Engine (control unit)
37 5 CAN (Gateway)
38 Not used
39 Not used
40 Not used
41 Not used
42 Not used
43 Not used
44 Not used
45 Not used
46 Not used
47 5 SDARS tuner, cell phone package, TV tuner
48 5 VDA interface
49 5 Not used

Fuse location, left side of engine compartment

Audi TT - fuse box diagram - engine compartment

Fuse holder (black)

A
Description
1 Not used
2 Not used
3 Not used
4 Not used
5 5 Anti-theft warning system (sensor), anti-theft warning system (horn)
6 30 Headlamp washer system
7 15/10 Electric fuel pumps (supply)/volume control valve
8 30 Windshield wipers
9 25 Heated seats (driver and passenger)
10 10 Lumbar support (driver and passenger)
11 Not used
12 40 Ventilation blower
Fuse holder (brown)
1 15 Fuel pump (6-cylinder)
2 10 O2 sensors (6-cylinder)
3 5 Mass airflow sensor (6-cylinder)
4 10 O2 sensors (6-cylinder)
5 5 Relay coil relay volume control valve (4-cylin-der)
6 10 Secondary air pump valve (6-cylinder), O2 sensors (4-cylinder)
7 10 Positioning valves pre-wired engine harness
8 20/30 Ignition coils (4-cylinder)/ignition coils (6-cylin-der)
9 25 Engine (control unit)
10 10 Water pump delayed-off
11 5 Feed (clutch pedal, brake pedal)
12 10 Activated charcoal filter/charge pressure control valve (4-cylinder)

 

WARNING: Terminal and harness assignments for individual connectors will vary depending on vehicle equipment level, model, and market.

Still have questions or want to supplement the article? Discuss On Telegram


Access the private club

Become a member of Fuses.guru and get access to our private telegram bot. Accelerated access and smart search of fuse box & wiring diagrams.
P.S. We never spam!

May Be Useful