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Where are "further" fuses in Audi a4 -02?

I have a problem with xenon lights and I tought to change the fuse if it´s too small (amps). However, according to the fusebox details it should be in the place 20 and 21, but it´s not. Where are the rest of the fuses? I need to find the headlight one..
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NO FUSES ON MY AUDI A4 2002 FOR HEADLIGHTS ETC. LOOKED UP MY HAYNES WORKSHOP MANUAL (WIRING DIAGRAMS) WORKS WITH THE POWER SUPPLY CONTROL UNIT, THERE IS ONLY ONE FUSE ON THE DIAGRAM FOR HEADLIGHTS ,SIDE, TAIL AND THATS FOR THE WHOLE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM 150AMPS RIGHT NEXT TO BATTERY.............. HOPE I HAVE BEEN OF SOME HELP TO YOU..





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