Jonathan Yarden Feb 11, 2021 · 5 min. read
In this article you will find a description of fuses and relays Volvo,
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: 1983
Fuse box in instrument panel
The fuses (and relays) are located in the central electrical unit behind the ashtray in the center console.
|Position||Function||Ampere rating [A]|
|2||Central locking, hazard warning flashers, headlight flashers||25|
|5||Glove compartment light, clock, radio, engine compartment light, interior light, trunk light, antenna, door open warning||15|
|8||Turn signals, overdrive||15|
|9||Heated rear window, electrically operated sun roof||30|
|10||Heated front seat, warning lamp seat belt, instruments, back-up lights, warning light engine oil level||25|
|11||Heater fan, air conditioning, climate control unit, Cruise control||25|
|12||Cigarette lighter, rear view mirrors, radio||15|
|13||Horn, windshield wash/wipe||25|
|16||Rear fog lamps||15|
|17||High beam, left||15|
|18||High beam, right||15|
|19||Low beam, left||15|
|20||Low beam, right||15|
|21||Ashtray light, lighting for instruments and controls, LH position lights, front and rear, license plate||15|
|22||Seat belt light, RH position lights, front and rear, storage compartment behind parking brake, fog light||15|
WARNING: Terminal and harness assignments for individual connectors will vary depending on vehicle equipment level, model, and market.
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