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It should be at the left kick panel under steering wheel

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I need a fuse panel diagram for 2011 vw jetta tdi. My radio and rear defrost are not working.


Fuse panel C (dashboard)

Volkswagen Passat B7 - fuse box - dashboard Number Designation in Wiring Diagram Ampere rating [A] Function/component Terminal F1 Fuse 1 on fuse panel C -SC1- 7,5 Headlight DRLs, HID Adjuster motors, Whistler Radar Detector 15a F2 Fuse 2 on fuse panel C -SC2- 15 Airbag control module -J234-, Front passenger airbag -disabled- indicator lamp -K145- 15a F3 Fuse 3 on fuse panel C -SC3- 7,5 Light switch -E1- (T10h/4), Oil level thermal sensor -G266- (T6z/4), ABS control module -J104- (47/8), Instrument cluster control module -J285- (T32/31), Power steering control module -J500- (T6z/1) Data, Engine control module -J623- (T94/87), DSG transmission Mechatronic -J743- (T20e/13), Starter relay 1 -J906- (T7/1), Starter relay 2 -J907- (T9c/1) 15a F4 Fuse 4 on fuse panel C -SC4 7,5 Back-up lamp switch -F4-, High pressure sensor -G65-, Air quality sensor -G238-, Garage door opener control module -J530-, Parallel parking assistance control module -J791-, 16-pin connector -T16- (diagnostic connector), Automatic dimming interior rearview mirror -Y7 -, Left washer nozzle heater -Z20-, Right washer nozzle heater -Z21- 15a F5 Fuse 5 on fuse panel C -SC5- - Not used F6 Fuse 6 on fuse panel C -SC6- - Not used F7 Fuse 7 on fuse panel C -SC7- - Not used F8 Fuse 8 on fuse panel C -SC8- - Not used F9 - Fuse 9 on fuse panel C -SC9- - Not used F10 Fuse 10 on fuse panel C -SC10- - Not used F11 Fuse 11 on fuse panel C -SC11- - Not used F12 Fuse 12 on fuse panel C -SC12- 10 Light switch -E1- (T10h/8), Tiptronic switch -F189, Vehicle electrical system control module -J519- (T52c/1), Selector lever sensor system control module -J587, Electronic steering column lock control module -J764, 16-pin connector -T16- diagnostic connector (T16/16) 30a F13 Fuse 13 on fuse panel C -SC13- 10 Instrument cluster control module -J285- (T32/32) 30a F14 Fuse 4 on fuse panel C -SC14- - Not used F15 Fuse 15 on fuse panel C -SC15- 5 Electronic steering column lock control module -J764- 30a F16 Fuse 16 on fuse panel C -SC16- 5 Data bus on board diagnostic interface -J533- (T20/1) 30a F17 Fuse 17 on fuse panel C -SC17- 10 Steering column electronics control module -J527- (T16l/1) 30a F18 Fuse 18 on fuse panel C -SC18- - Not used F19 Fuse 19 on fuse panel C -SC19- - Not used F20 Fuse 20 on fuse panel C -SC20- - Not used F21 Fuse 21 on fuse panel C -SC21- - Not used F22 Fuse 22 on fuse panel C -SC22- 30 28-pin connector -T28a/22- (right A-pillar), 28-pin connector -T28a/22- (right B-pillar) 30a F23 Fuse 23 on fuse panel C -SC23- 30 Rear window defogger relay -J9-, Rear window defogger -Z1- 30a F24 Fuse 24 on fuse panel C -SC24- 20 Fuel pump relay -J17-, Fuel pump control module -J538- (T10n/1), Transfer fuel pump -G6- 30a F25 Fuse 25 on fuse panel C -SC25- 20 Climatronic control unit -J255- A/C control module -J301- Automatic transmission control module -J217- F26 Fuse 26 on fuse panel C -SC26- 15 Rear lid remote lock key switch -E232-, Compass magnetic field sensor -G197-, Rain/light recognition sensor -G397-, Remote start system relay -J471-, Analog clock -Y F27 Fuse 27 on fuse panel C -SC27 - Not used F28 Fuse 28 on fuse panel C -SC28- 30 Automatic transmission control module -J217- 15a F29 Fuse 29 on fuse panel C -SC29- 20 Vehicle electrical system control module -J519- (T52b/1) 30a F30 Fuse 30 on fuse panel C -SC30- 20 Vehicle electrical system control module -J519- (T52b/42) 30a F31 Fuse 31 on fuse panel C -SC31- 30 28-pin connector -T28/22- (left A-pillar), 28-pin connector -T28b/22- (left B-pillar) 30a F32 Fuse 32 on fuse panel C -SC32- 40 Trunk 12 V Plug [OEM-Fresh air blower control module -J126-], Fresh air blower -V2- 30a F33 Fuse 33 on fuse panel C -SC33- 30 Front seat heating control module -J774- (T8z/3, T8z/6) 30a F34 Fuse 34 on fuse panel C -SC34- 20 Power sunroof control module -J245-, (T16s/1) Sunroof motor -V1- 30a F35 Fuse 35 on fuse panel C -SC35- 30 Driver seat lumbar support adjustment switch -E176-, Front passenger seat lumbar support adjustment switch -E177-, Driver seat lumbar support curvature adjustment motor -V125-, Front passenger seat lumbar support curvature adjustment motor -V126- 30a F36 Fuse 36 on fuse panel C -SC36 - Not used F37 Fuse 37 on fuse panel C -SC37- - Not used F38 Fuse 38 on fuse panel C -SC38- - Not used F39 Fuse 39 on fuse panel C -SC39- - Not used F40 Fuse 40 on fuse panel C -SC40- 40 400W Inverter in Trunk [OEM- A/C control module -J301-], Fresh air blower -V2- 75a F41 Fuse 41 on fuse panel C -SC41- - Not used F42 Fuse 42 on fuse panel C -SC42- 30 Cigarette lighter -U1-12 V socket 2 -U18 75a F43 Fuse 43 on fuse panel C -SC43- - Not used F44 Fuse 44 on fuse panel C -SC44- - Not used Fuse 44 on fuse panel C -SC44- F45 Fuse 45 on fuse panel C -SC45- - Not used F46 Fuse 46 on fuse panel C -SC46- - Not used F47 - Fuse 47 on fuse panel C -SC47- - Not used F48 Fuse 48 on fuse panel C -SC48- - Not used F49 - Fuse 49 on fuse panel C -SC49- - Not used

Fuse panel E (VR6 only)

Panel E is the one in the trunk with your battery on the VR6.
Number Designation in Wiring Diagram Ampere rating [A] Function/Component Terminal F1 -Fuse panel B -SB1- - Not used F2 -Fuse 2 on fuse panel B -SB2- 15 -Engine control module -J623- 87a F3 -Fuse 3 on fuse panel B -SB3- 30 -Reducing agent reservoir sensor -G697- 2, Reducing agent reservoir processing unit, G698- 2 Coolant fan control module -J293-, Wastegate bypass regulator valve -N75-, Positive crankcase ventilation heating element -, N79-Reducing agent reversing valve -N473- 2 87a F4 -Fuse 4 on fuse panel B -SB4- 15 -NOx sensor -G295-2 Oxygen sensor 1 before catalytic converter -GX10-Oxygen sensor 2 before catalytic converter -GX11- 1 Oxygen sensor heater -Z19-Oxygen sensor 2 heater -Z28-1 NOx sensor control module 2 -J881- 2 87a F5 -Fuse 5 on fuse panel B -SB5- 5 -Mass air flow sensor -G70-2 Oxygen sensor 1 after catalytic converter -GX7-Oxygen sensor 2 after catalytic converter -GX8-1 Heater for oxygen sensor 1 after catalytic converter -Z29-Heater for oxygen sensor 2 after catalytic converter -Z30- 1 87a F6 -Fuse 6 on fuse panel B -SB6- 10 -EVAP canister purge regulator valve 1 -N80- 1 Secondary air injection solenoid valve - N112- 3 Camshaft adjustment valve 1 -N205-1 Fuel pressure regulator valve -N276- 1 Exhaust camshaft adjustment valve 1 -N318-1 Fuel pump relay -J17-3 Secondary air pump 87a F7 F7 -Fuse 7 on fuse panel B -SB7- 20 -Ignition coil 1 with power output stage -N70-Ignition coil 2 with power output stage - N127-Ignition coil 3 with power output stage -N291-Ignition coil 4 with power output stage -N292-Ignition coil 5 with power output stage -N323- 1 Ignition coil 6 with p 87a F8 F8 -Fuse 8 on fuse panel B -SB8- 10 -EVAP canister purge regulator valve 1 -N80- 1 Camshaft adjustment valve 1 -N205-1 Exhaust camshaft adjustment valve 1 -N318-1 Reducing agent heater control module - J891- 2 Leak detection pump -V144- 1 87a F9 F9 -Fuse 9 on fuse panel B -SB9- 5 -Brake lamp switch -F-Rear air distribution motor position sensor -G478- 87a F10 F10 -Fuse 10 on fuse panel B -SB10- 5 -Mass air flow sensor -G70-1 Fuel pump relay -J17-2 Automatic glow time control module -J179- 2 87a F11 F11 -Fuse 11 on fuse panel B -SB11- 30 DSG transmission Mechatronic -J743- 1 30a F12 F12 -Fuse 12 on fuse panel B -SB12- 15 Coolant pump -VX20- 1 87a F13 F13 -Fuse 13 on fuse panel B -SB13- 30 -Radio -R-Radio/navigation display unit control module -J503-External multimedia device interface -R215- 30a F14 F14 -Fuse 14 on fuse panel B -SB14- 5 -Motronic engine control module power supply relay -J271- 1, 3 Terminal 30 power supply relay -J317- 2 Engine control module -J623- 30a F15 F15 -Fuse 15 on fuse panel B -SB15- 20 -High tone horn -H2-Low tone horn -H7-Dual tone horn relay -J4- 30a F16 F16 -Fuse 16 on fuse panel B -SB16- 40 -Amplifier -R12- 30a F17 F17 -Fuse 17 on fuse panel B -SB17- 30 DSG transmission Mechatronic -J743- 2 30a F18 F18 -Fuse 18 on fuse panel B -SB18- 5 -Telephone transceiver -R36- 30a F19 F19 -Fuse 19 on fuse panel B -SB19- 5 Vehicle electrical system control module -J519- (T52a/24) 30 Ref. F20 F20 -Fuse 20 on fuse panel B -SB20- 40 Wiper motor change-over relay -J368-Wiper motor change-over relay 2 -J369- 30a F21 F21 -Fuse 21 on fuse panel B -SB21- 40 Secondary air injection pump motor -V101- 3 Auxiliary heater heating element -Z35- (T3hr/1) 2 30a F22 F22 -Fuse 22 on fuse panel B -SB22- 40 Auxiliary heater heating element -Z35- (T3hr/3) 2 30a F23 F23 -Fuse 23 on fuse panel B -SB23- 50 Fuse 32 on fuse panel C -SC32-Fuse 33 on fuse panel C -SC33-Fuse 34 on fuse panel C - SC34- 30a F24 F24 -Fuse 24 on fuse panel B -SB24- 50 Terminal 75 power supply relay 1 -J680-Fuse 40 on fuse panel C -SC40-Fuse 42 on fuse panel C -SC42- F25 F25 -Fuse 25 on fuse panel B -SB25- 40 Terminal 15 power supply relay 2 -J681- 30a F26 F26 -Fuse 26 on fuse panel B -SB26- 50 Automatic glow time control module -J179- (T11a/11) 30a F27 F27 -Fuse 27 on fuse panel B -SB27- 50 Coolant fan control module -J293- 30a F28 F28 -Fuse 28 on fuse panel B -SB28- 40 Vehicle electrical system control module -J519- (T52a/1) 30a F29 F29 -Fuse 29 on fuse panel B -SB29- 40 Vehicle electrical system control module -J519- (T52c/42) 30a F30 F30 -Fuse 30 on fuse panel B -SB30- 40 ABS control module -J104- (T47/1) 30a F31 F31 -Fuse 31 on fuse panel B -SB31- 30 ABS control module -J104- (T47/32) 30a F32 F32 -Fuse 32 on fuse panel B -SB32- 40 Auxiliary heater heating element -Z35- (T3hr/2) 2 30a 1) Only for vehicles with a 3.6L gasoline engine and engine code CDVB
2) Only for vehicles with a 2.0L diesel engine and engine code CKRA
3) Only for vehicles with a 2.5L gasoline enigne and engine code CBUA
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Fuse diagram underhood


The 2003 Chevy Impala has four accessible fuse panels. There are two panels in the car's interior, on each side of the dash. There are also two underhood fuse panels accessible in the engine compartment. Removing the fuse panels is necessary to access and replace the Impala's fuses and relays. The panels are not attached by screws or bolts, and come off with ease.
Removing the Interior Fuse Panels
Open the driver or passenger side door and inspect the applicable edge of the dash. You'll see a panel marked "Fuses."
Grasp the fuse panel by its embedded handle. Pull the panel toward the rear of the Impala and outward to remove it from the side of the dashboard.
Push the panel toward the front of the Impala and inward to reattach it when you are finished.
Removing the Underhood Fuse Panels
Shut off the Impala's engine and open the hood. Approach the passenger side of the engine compartment.
Inspect the area beneath the passenger-side strut mount. Here you'll see two fuse panels.
Grasp the clips on both sides of the panel. Pull the clips outward and lift the panel to remove it, exposing the fuses. Repeat for the other underhood fuse panel.
Push the panel back over the fuse block until it snaps in place to reattach it. You can google it to find illustrations .

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Passenger compartment fuse panel

The fuse panel is located below and to the left of the steering wheel by

the brake pedal. Remove the panel cover to access the fuses.

To remove a fuse use the fuse puller tool provided on the fuse panel
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IF HAVE AUTOLAMPS
IP FUSE/RELAY PANEL fuse 26 10A & fuse 20 RLY COIL 10A
POWER DISTRIBUTION BOX UNDER HOOD
H/LAMP 15A
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IF DAYTIME RUNNING
: i/p fuse relay panel fuse 20 RLY COIL 10A
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Check the FLASHER, also can review the Fuses, located inside the passenger compartment, under the drivers-side of the instrument panel.

Both the turn signal flasher and the hazard warning flasher are mounted on the fuse panel on the truck. To gain access to the fuse panel, remove the cover from the lower edge of the instrument panel below the steering column. First remove the two fasteners from the lower edge of the cover. Then pull the cover downward until the spring clips disengage from the instrument panel.

The turn signal flasher unit is mounted on the front of the fuse panel, and the hazard warning flasher is mounted on the rear of the fuse panel.


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Located under the hood, in the engine compartment. It houses the fuses and relays for most of the under hood components which are not controlled by a dash mounted switch (such as the alternator, fuel pump, ECM, etc.). The fuses and relays are replaced in the same manner as the fuse panel inside the vehicle. The power distribution box cover is hinged on one end and utilizes a retaining latch on the other. Simply release the latch and lift the cover up to gain access to the fuses and relays.

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Can't find the heater blower fuse


The interior fuse panel can be found below the instrument panel and the exterior fuse panel beneath the hood, near the battery.
  1. Remove the fuse panel cover.
  2. Locate the fuse to be removed.
  3. If equipped with a small fuse removal tool (usually attached to the inside of the fuse panel cover), use the tool to grasp the fuse. Otherwise, you can use your fingers to pull the fuse from the panel. Remove the fuse and inspect it to see if the filament is blown.
  4. If the fuse is blown, replace it with a fuse of the same amperage rating.
  5. Replace the fuse removal tool, if applicable, then install the fuse panel cover.
  6. If the fuse continues to blow, check the circuit or component that the fuse is protecting, and repair it as necessary.
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The interior fuse panel is located below the driver's side of the instrument panel

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#4 on panel C
fuse #16 on panel C
fuse #40 on panel C
fuse #46 on panel C
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For fans:
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50 amp fuse #3 on fuse panel A
10 amp fuse #24 on fuse panel B

Fuse Panel A and B are located engine compartment drivers side near battery. B is the top surface with low amperage fuses, A is the front surface with high amperage metal strip fuses.

Fuse panel C is on the driver's side of the dashboard - you have to open driver's door to get to it.

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Passenger compartment fuse panel
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the brake pedal. Remove the panel cover to access the fuses.
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Location
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Visual Inspection Chart Mechanical Electrical
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