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Iveco Turbo Daily II mk2 (1989 - 1999) - fuse box diagram

avatar Jonathan Yarden Mar 27, 2021 · 5 min. read

In this article you will find a description of fuses and relays Iveco, with photos of block diagrams and their locations. Highlighted the cigarette lighter fuse (as the most popular thing people look for).
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Year of production: 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999

Relay and fuse box in passenger compartment

Located on the driver’s left hand side. Access is gained by opening the door.

Iveco Daily mk2 - fuse box - passeneger compartment

Fuse Ampere rating [A] Description
1 5 Lh front parking light – Lh number plate light- Rh rear parking light – Rh front and Lh rear marker lights – Dashboard.
2 5 Rh front parking light – Rh number plate light – Lh rear parking light – Lh front and Rh rear marker lights.
3 7,5 Lh low beam light
4 7,5 Rh low beam light
5 7,5 Lh high beam light
6 7,5 Rh high beam light
7 3 Electronic speedometer or tachograph
8 5 Brake – instrument – telltale failure
9 10 Fog headlights
10 3 Rear fog lamps.
11 5 Interior lighting (bus)
12 7,5 Not used
13 10 Hazard lights
14 5 Tractor unit turn signal lights
15 3 Engine stop
16 7,5 Reversing lights -stop lights
17 10 Horns
18 7,5 Interior lighting – Cigar lighter
19 15 Heated fuel oil filter.
20 10 Windscreen wiper- Windscreen washer pump
21 15 Electric heater – Electromagnetic fan.
22 7,5 Push switch lighting – flashing light
23 25 Power window – Electromagnetic fan
24 10 Emergency control pushbutton (Bus)
25 20 Air conditioning
26 20 Air conditioning
27 25 Air conditioning
28 25 Electric heater
29 40 Thermostarter control unit

Relays

Relays Description
E1 Low beam lights (switch contacts)
E2 High beam lights (N.o. contact)
E3 Users cutoff during starting stage (N.o. contact)
E4 Fog lamps (switch contacts)
E5 Heated fuel oil filter
E6 Emergency control unit
E7 Day lights + fog lamps
E8 Horns (N.o. contact)
E9 Windscreen wiper intermittent
E10 Flashing light (N.o. contact)
E11 Diode for emergency control unit (with day lights)
E12 Not used
E13 Brake system failure (switch contact)
E14A Emergency control unit (with day lights)
E14B Emergency control unit (with day lights)
E15 Direction indicators – single charge emergency
C Air conditioning
N.o.·= Normally open

Fuses and relays in engine compartment

Iveco Daily mk2 - fuse box - engine compartment

Fuse Ampere rating [A] Description
1 30 Electro-hidraulic assembly (Power Pack)
2 20 Electronic control unit (from battery positive)
3 20 Electronic control unit (lock and key protection)

 

Relay Description
a Circuit protection diode casing
b Optical indicator ON button
c Reversing light
d Buzzer (acoustic indicator)

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

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