In this article you will find a description of fuses and relays Fiat,
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.
A – Glass bulbs Press fitted. To remove them, pull.
B – Bayonet connection bulbs Remove from the bulb holder by pressing the bulb and rotating it anti-clockwise.
C – Cylindrical bulbs To remove them, release them from their contacts.
D – Halogen bulbs To remove, release the locking spring and take out the bulb.
E – Halogen bulbs To remove, release the locking spring and take out the bulb.
|Front side lights||A||W5W||12V – 5W|
|Dipped beams||D||H7||12V – 55W|
|Main beams||E||H1||12V – 55W|
|Front direction indicators||B||P21W||12V – 21W|
|Side direction indicators||A||WY5W||12V – 5W|
|Front fog lights (where provided)||E||H1||12V – 55W|
|Rear light cluster:|
|– side/taillights||B||R5W||12V – 21/5W|
|– reversing light||B||P21W||12V – 21W|
|– fog light||B||P21W||12V – 21/5W|
|– direction indicators||B||P21W||12V – 21W|
|Third brake light||A||—||12V – 2,3W|
|Number plate light||A||W5W||12V – 5W|
|Front ceiling light||C||C10W||12V – 10W|
|Rear ceiling light||C||C5W||12V – 10W(*)|
|Vanity mirror light||C||–||12V – 1W|
|Boot light||A||W5W||12V – 5W|
(*) 12V-5W in versions with sunroof
WARNING: Terminal and harness assignments for individual connectors will vary depending on vehicle equipment level, model, and market.
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