Most electrical circuits are protected by fuses.
Powerful consumers are connected via relays
All relays (except for the tailgate window defrost relay), power fuses and engine management system fuses are installed in the relay and fuse box located in the engine compartment on the left, behind the battery.
The rest of the fuses are located in the fuse mounting block installed in the passenger compartment at the left end of the instrument panel.
The switch for heating the back door glass is installed on the transverse beam under the instrument panel.
Fuses of the mounting block in the engine compartment
No. Current Circuit Description
- F1 30A BP7 Fuse: relay board supply (784)
- F2 25A BP17 Fuse: injection relay supply circuits (1047)
- F3 5A BP37 Fuse: injection relay supply circuit (1047) injection computer (120)
- F4 15A BP33 Fuse: gas supply system solenoid valve supply circuits (1259)
Fuse (A) Protected elements
- F1(15) Not used
- F2(5) Circuits: DC power supply to engine control ECU; windings of the main relay K5 of the engine management system
- F3(25) Power circuits: fuel pump relay K4 and ignition coils; main relay K5 of the engine management system
- F4(30) Cooling fan relay K3 power circuit (on a vehicle without air conditioning)
- F5(40) Power circuits: air conditioning relay K2; relay K3 low speed cooling fan (on a car with air conditioning); relay K1 high speed cooling fan (on a car with air conditioning)
- F6(25) and F7(50) ABS control unit circuits
- F8(60) Circuits: power supply of the ignition switch and all consumers recorded from the lock; left stalk
- F9(60) Passenger compartment fuse box power supply circuit
Mounting block relay in the engine compartment
Designation - Name - Consumers
- K1 Cooling fan high speed relay (for vehicle with air conditioning) - Cooling fan motor
- K2 A/C relay - A/C compressor electromagnetic clutch
- K3 Cooling fan low speed relay (for a car with air conditioning) or cooling fan relay (for a car without air conditioning) - Cooling fan motor (for a car with air conditioning - through a resistor)
- K4 Fuel pump and ignition coil relay - Fuel pump and ignition coil
- K5 Main relay of the engine management system - Oxygen concentration sensors (heating circuit); speed sensor; fuel injectors; adsorber purge solenoid valve; relay windings K1, K3, K2; Engine control ECU
- K6 Not used
- K7 Fog lamp relay - Fog lamps
- K8 Heater Fan Relay - Heater Fan Motor
In order to replace fuses or relays, you need to disconnect the negative terminal from the battery.
To access the fuses and relays in the engine compartment, press the three latches
Remove the cover of the mounting block
A faulty fuse is determined by a blown jumper visually or using a tester.
You can use tweezers to remove fuses m, which is located on the cover of the cabin block (Fig. 3).
A new fuse or relay should only be installed after the reason for its operation has been found.
We need to determine why the overload occurred in this circuit.
Fuses of the mounting block in the passenger compartment (Fig. 4)
Designation (A) Protected circuit elements
- F01(20) windshield wiper; windings of the relay for heating the glass of the tailgate; switching unit
- F02(5) instrument cluster power supply; windings of relay K4 of the fuel pump and ignition coils; power supply of the engine management computer from the ignition switch
- F03(20) brake lights
- F04(10) direction indicator lamps; diagnostic connector of the engine management system; immobilizer coils; switching unit
- F09(10) Headlight bulbs, left headlight (low beam); dipped beam indicator in instrument cluster
- F10(10) Right headlight bulbs (low beam)
- F11(10) Headlight lamps of the left headlight (high beam); high beam signaling device in the instrument cluster
- F12(10) Right Headlight Bulb Circuit (High Beam)
- F13 (30) and F14 (30) Rear and front power window circuits respectively
- F15 (10) ABS control unit circuit
- F16 (15) Driver and front passenger seat heating circuits
- F17(15) Beep chain
- F18 (10) Side light bulbs for left headlight; lamps of dimensional light of the left back lantern; license plate lights
- F19 (10) Side light bulbs for right side headlight; side light lamps of the right rear lamp; glove box lamps; illumination of the instrument cluster and controls on the instrument panel, console and lining of the floor tunnel; switch box buzzer
- F20 (7,5) Rear fog lamp and indicator
- F21 (5) Heated door mirror circuit
- F26 (5) Airbag control module circuit
- F27 (20) Tailgate glass cleaner, windshield washer, reversing lamp
- F28 (15) Interior and trunk lamps; constant power supply of the head sound reproduction device; instrument clusters
- F29 (15) Alarm switch; direction indicator switch; intermittent operation of the windshield wiper; central lock control; diagnostic connector of the engine management system; switching unit
- F30 (20) Central locking chains; switching unit
- F31 (15) Fog lamp relay K7 power circuit
- F32 (30) Heated tailgate glass relay power circuit
- F36 (30) Heater fan relay K8 power circuit
- F37 (5) Electric door mirror circuits
- F38 (10) Cigarette lighter, head unit power supply from ignition switch
- F39 (10) Heater fan relay K8 coils
To access and replace the fuses in the passenger compartment, remove the fuse cover, which is located on the left side of the instrument panel.
On the inside of the cover of the mounting block there are spare fuses (rated for rated current 5, 10, 15 and 30 A), a tweezer-puller for removing the fuses from the block, and a diagram of the location of the fuses.
Overcoming the resistance of the cover latches, remove it
The cover contains spare fuses and tweezers for removing the fuses.