In this article you will find a description of fuses and relays Peugeot,
with photos of block diagrams and their locations.
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The fuse box is located under the fascia on the left-hand side of the vehicle.
|1||10||Reverse lamp; tachometer*;
Water in fuel sensor (diesel);
Warning-lamps for: battery charge, water temperature, oil pressure, coolant level, brakes, choke; water in fuel (diesel)
Additional heater/ventilation pump;
Warning lamps; battery charge, water in fuel, coolant temperature, oil pressure, coolant level, brakes, choke, ABS
|3||25||Map reading lamp;
Windscreen wipe/wash, front and rear;
Car radio (+ accessories);
Relay – window lift mechanism*;
Relay – rear screen demist;
Time-lag relay – interior lighting*
|6||–||Not in use|
Centralised lock* car radio (+ permanent);
Power supply to towbar;
Supply relay – window lift mechanism
Rear screen demist;
|9||25||Front electric windows*|
|10||5||Rear fog lamp|
|11||5||Rear side lamps-left;
Licence plate lamp
|12||5||Rear side lamp – right|
|13||5||Fascia panel lighting;
Front side lamps
|14||15||Petrol feed pump*|
|* According to model or country|
A set of fuses in the engine compartment serves protection of the following parts:
1 fuse, 30A – ABS* anti-lock system supply*
1 fuse, 30A – Engine fan
1 fuse, 10A – Lambda probe*
*According to modelWARNING: Terminal and harness assignments for individual connectors will vary depending on vehicle equipment level, model, and market.
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