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Iam looking for a fusebox layout with a key to what fuses are in what position on a VW T28 2009

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If you look very carefully with a lot of light and possibly a magnifying glass you can see the fuse number on the fuse panel when you pull the fuse out it is in the middle of where the 2 fuse blades go into the box.

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SOURCE: Fuse box layout for a 2002 VW Cabrio

Fuse colors
30 A-green25 A-white20 A-yellow15 A-blue10 A-red7,5 A-brown5 A-beige3 A-violetFuse locations


Fuse Location

Fuse locations for options not shown can be found in the corresponding wiring diagrams.
Amp.

1-Headlight, Low Beam, Left (56b)102-Headlight, Low Beam, Right (56b)103-License Plate Lights (58) 104-Rear Window Wiper And Washer System155-Windshield Wiper/Washer156-Fresh Air Blower, A/C (X)207-Tail Lights, Right (58R)108-Tail Lights, Left (58L)109-Rear Window Defogger2010-Fog Lights1511-Headlight, High Beam, Left (56a)1012-Headlight, High Beam, Right (56a)1013-Horn (15)1014-Back-Up Lights1015-Engine Electronics (15)1016-Power Sunroof, Front Map/Reading Light1517-Emergency Flashers (15)1018-Fuel Pump (FP), Heated Oxygen Sensor (HO2S) Control Module2019-Coolant Fan, A/C Relay (30)3020-Brake Lights (30)1021-Interior Lights, Clock, Luggage Compartment Light (30)1522-Cigarette Lighter, Radio, Luggage Compartment Release10Separate Fuses

(Located above the relays)

-Fuse for ABS hydraulic pump relay30-Fuse for ABS main relay30-Fuse for A/C30-Fuse for power windows20-Fuse for cruise control5-Fuse for cigarette lighter15In the engine compartment above the brake booster:
-Glow plugs50

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SOURCE: vw polo fuse box layout 2004

you might find the fuse diagram on the inside of the fuse box cover under the hood.....hope this helps.....cheers

Posted on Jul 31, 2010

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Which Fuse in a 1996 Toyota 4Runner controls Rear tailgate window? Looking for a Diagram, no longer have cover


It may not be the fuse! Try a few things first:

1. The wiper is in the same circuit. If it is lagging off the locked position (up), it may disable the rear window. Carefully push the wiper arm to the lock position (where it sits when it isn't wiping ;) ). Try the window.

2. If that doesn't work, behind the driver's seat is a relay board for that window. Check it.

3. Beside the fusebox there are two relays. Take something thin, but firm (short piece of thick wire, toothpick etc) and push it carefully into the hole in the relay to reset it.

By the way, if one of those worked, let us know, but still do what I suggest in 3 and I'll do my best which means you'll know which fuse is which if something else happens.

3. You still want to check the fuse? If you don't know someone with a similar vehicle, i.e. take a picture of their fusebox cover, or you don't want to buy a new cover (it's a good idea and you know it :P ) then post a picture of the fusebox so I can be sure I'm sending you a picture of the layout of the correct fusebox ;)

(There are a lot of different layouts depending exactly on the model so I don't want to post pics of all of them! See why I suggested some other methods of solving the problem?)

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I need a diagram for a 2001 VW Cabrio relay. I thought number 6 was for the blinkers/hazards but it's not and its empty. 413 is in there and blinkers and hazards just stopped one day. I don't know if I...


A2Resource
a great vw resource site
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Relays:
Num.Relay Arrangement and Pinout (with control number stamped on relay)
1A/C Relay (13 or 140)
1A/C Switch
2Radiator Cooling Fan
3Fan Switch High Speed
4Battery, Fuse 23
5A/C Clutch (via pressure and temperature switches)
6Main Fusebox Battery Power, Fuse 19
7Main Fusebox Ground
8Fresh Air Fan
2Rear Wiper Relay (72)
1Main Fusebox Ground
2Main Fusebox Run Power, Fuse 4
3Rear Wiper Motor
4Wipe/Wash Signal from Switch
3Digifant Control Unit (30 or 32), Motronic OBD1 Control Unit (109)
1Main Fusebox Ground
2Tachometer
3Main Fusebox Start/Run Power
4Main Fusebox Battery Power
5To ECU (relay ) (1990 G60, ABA/VR6 OBD1 only)
6To ECU and Engine Electronics
4Load Reduction Relay (18)
1From Ignition Switch Run Power
2To Main Fuse Box Run Power
3Main Fusebox Battery Power
4Main Fusebox Ground
5Low Coolant Level Control Unit (43)
1Main Fusebox Start/Run Power
2Low Coolant Level Sensor
3Coolant Temperature Sensor, Gauge
4Main Fusebox Ground
6Flashers (21)
1Main Fusebox Ground
2Flasher Output
3Flasher Input/Power
4X/6 (Trailer Light)
7Headlight Washer (33)
1Main Fusebox Ground (B/4 to C/3 to Ground)
2Headlight Washer Pump
3Headlight Switch Pin 56 (headlights) (B3 to D4 to light power)
4Main Fusebox Battery Power (B/5 to Y/2)
5Windshield Washer Pump (B/1 to B/2 to washer pump power)
8Wash/Wipe/Intermittent Relay (19 for standard relay, 99 for variable intermittent module)
1Main Fusebox Ground
2Intermittent Switch
3Main Fusebox Run Power, Fuse 5
4Park/Low Signal (ground when parked, positive when on low speed)
5Wiper Motor Low Speed Output
6Wash Switch (positive for front wash)
9Seat Belt Warning Control Unit (4 or 29)
1Main Fusebox Ground
2Seat Belt Switch
3Door Switch
4Seatbelt Light
5"Key In" Power from Ignition Switch
6Main Fusebox Start/Run Power
7Automatic Shoulder Belt Controller
9Radio/Lights Buzzer (36)
1Main Fusebox Ground (not used)
2A1/4 (Left Parking Lights)
3Vehicle Speed Sensor
4Seatbelt Light (not used)
5"Key In" Power from Ignition Switch
6Main Fusebox Start/Run Power (not used)
7A2/2 (Right Parking Lights)
10Fog Light Relay (110 for fog lights with low beam headlights only, 53 for parking light/high beam fog lights)
1Parking Light Power
2Headlight Switch Headlight Power (Low/High)
3Fog Light Switch Power, Fuse 10
4Main Fusebox Battery Power
5Main Fusebox Ground
6Low Beam Headlight Power
11Horn (53)
1Main Fusebox Start/Run Power
2To Horns
3Main Fusebox Ground
4From Horn Button
12Fuel Pump Relay (80, 67 or 167)
1Main Fusebox Starter Power (not used)
2Main Fusebox Start/Run Power
3To ECU (Fuel Pump )
4To Fuse 18, Fuel Pump, Oxygen Sensor Heater
5G2/6 (not used)
6Main Fusebox Battery Power From 30B
7G2/7, T1 (not used)
8Main Fusebox Ground (not used)
9M/4, U1/8, G2/5 (not used)
12Glow Plug Relay (102 or 104)
1Main Fusebox Starter Power
2Main Fusebox Start/Run Power
3Engine Temp Sender (preheat)
4Glow Plugs (Z1)To Fuse 18 (not used)
5G2/6 (not used)
6Main Fusebox Battery Power From 30B
7G2/7, T1 (not used)
8Main Fusebox Ground
9Water Separator, Glow Plug Light

remember to check out the website below for more help
http://www.xjamiex.com/mk2resource/electrical/CE2.html

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http://autorepair.about.com/od/glossary/ss/Volkswagen-Jetta-Fuse-Location-Diagrams.htm

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I have to change my fuse for my headlights, but my fusebox cover is in japanese my car is a 1991 mitsubishi 3000gt vr4


Wish I had like an owners manual that just give a layout and what the fuse is for. I don't but found some stuff I did have that may help. I hope it does for your sake. It looks like there's a couple of fuse boxes and relay boxes. Th first picture (below) is a picture of a relay box located in the engine compartment. You should be able to tell if it's the right box by the layout. It looks like in the number 5 position there is a 10 amp fuse but that seems to cover high beams (see description in next picture below). Then there is a multi purpose fuse box and going to gues that's inside the vehicle but when you find it you will be able to tell it's the right one by the layout (see next picture). In the number 10 position there seems to be a fuse that covers the headlights but only if you DON'T have anti-theft. Description of the fuse layout is in the next picture. Then there is the headlamp relay itself. It's located in the relay box somewhere in the engine compartment but again you will be able to tell it's the right one by the layout (see the next picture) It looks like the headlamp relay is in the A-01X position. Wish I could be of more help or at least not having to be so detailed but all I have is the factory service manual. If you do need anymore information please don't hesitate to email me at csautomotivecars@att.net with detailed questions so I can send the correct information. I hope this helps and good luck. here's your pictures.


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Electric fuse box


CLICK HERE for your owners manual in PDF format.


See the ROADSIDE EMERGENCIES section for your fusebox layout.

The fusebox Layouts are on Page 126 and 129.

Fuse...
#15 20A Ignition (switched Power) for turn signals
#21 20A Constant power for turn signals
#10 20A Constant power for brake switch.

SEE THIS WIRING DIAGRAM for further help.


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Hi there
If it was the front dash mounted lighter socket you used, the correct fuse is the 15A CIG & RADIO fuse (at the end of the second row) of the dash fusebox. If replacing the fuse hasn't fixed it, you may need to look closer at the wiring from the fusebox as it's likely the wiring has gone open circuit.
Take the fuse out and check for voltage at the terminals in the fusebox with the ingition key turned to the ACC position. One terminal or the other will have 12V on it. If no voltage on either you have a fusebox to ignition key wiring problem. Check for voltage on the ACC pin of the ignition switch, with the key turned to the ACC position. That's pin 3, a blue wire, of the 8 pin ignition switch connector. If still no volatge the switch is likely faulty. the voltage into the switch must be there as it also feeds the ECU and IGN systems, so the car wouldn't run at all if it wasn't.

There is another possibility. If you have an alarm system, immobilizer or turbo timer (assuming the GTT model) these devices could be interrupting the power lines and be the culprit devices.

I assume it wasn't the rear hatch area lighter socket you used, because the fuse for that doesn't power the radio or clock. The fuse for that socket is the 15A ACCESSORY fuse in the passenger side footwell fuse panel.

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