Volkswagen Golf/Jetta 2 manual

Fuses and relays - location and renewal
Body electrical systems / Fuses and relays - location and renewal


1 The fuses and relays are located under the facia panel on the right-hand side (see illustration).

3.1 Removing fuse/relay unit cover
3.1 Removing fuse/relay unit cover

2 The fuses are numbered consecutively for identification. Always renew a fuse with one of identical rating and never renew it more than once without finding out the source of the problem (see illustration).

3.2 Removing a fuse
3.2 Removing a fuse

3 All relays are of the plug-in type and are numbered for identification, though not consecutively (see illustration).

3.3 Removing a relay
3.3 Removing a relay

4 Relays cannot be repaired and if at all suspect, should be removed and taken to an auto-electrician for testing.

5 The fuse/relay unit holder complete can be removed by twisting the securing knob on the lower right-hand side and removing the knob.

Twist the slotted retainer on the left-hand side and withdraw the fuse/relay box. The various connectors on the rear face of the unit are then accessible for detachment as required (see illustration).

3.5 Fuse/relay unit removal, showing rear connections
3.5 Fuse/relay unit removal, showing rear connections

6 In addition to those fuses and relays located at the main fuse/relay unit, some models will have in-line fuses and relays fitted to some circuits, these being shown in the wiring diagrams at the end of this Chapter (see illustration).

3.6 Typical relay installation in engine compartment
3.6 Typical relay installation in engine compartment


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