Fuses and Relays Volkswagen Polo Sedan, 2008 – 2015
Most of the power circuits of the German sedan’s electrical equipment are protected by fuses. Headlights, fan motors, fuel pump and other powerful current consumers are connected through relays. Protective elements are installed in the mounting blocks, which are located under the hood and in the trunk.
Considered schematics Volkswagen Polo (Mk5) in the sedan body 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 years of production with a gasoline engine 1.6 liters.
In the engine compartment
Where: The A and C mounting blocks are located on the battery. #7 in the photo above.
|Description of the A block fuses in the engine compartment|
|AS3||Ignition switch, light switch, steering switches, ignition switch contact relay, fuel pump relay, driver’s door fuel relay, dipped beam relay, SB4, SB20 SB56 fuse circuits, parking light relay, power relay terminal 30||110|
|AS4||Power steering control unit||50|
|AS6||Cooling fan control unit||40|
|Diagram of elements of the mounting block C in the engine compartment|
|CS2||Cooling fan motor control unit||30|
|CS5||Electric package control unit||5|
In the passenger compartment
Where: The main mounting block is under the steering wheel, behind the plastic cover. General view.
|Polo sedan interior fuse box diagram|
|BS2||Slide switches, windshield washer pump||10|
|BS3||Relay of fuel module (gasoline pump), engine control unit||5|
|BS6||Instrument cluster control unit||5|
|BS7||Headlight beam direction control, license plate lights||5|
|BS8||Nozzles or reserve||10|
|BS9||ABS control unit, ASR/ESP switch, steering column switches||5/7,5|
|BS10||Vehicle speed sensor, automatic transmission selector, electrical package control unit, ignition switch||5|
|BS11||Headlight beam direction control, gearmotors in the headlight assembly||5|
|BS12||Regulator of electric actuators of outside mirrors||5|
|BS13||Automatic transmission control unit, automatic transmission multifunction switch, automatic transmission selector||15|
|BS14||Airbag control unit||5|
|BS15||Windshield washer nozzle heater elements||5|
|BS16||Park sensor control unit||5|
|BS17||Heated oxygen sensor elements, purge valve||15/10|
|BS18||Instrument cluster control unit, fog lamp in the left rear lamp5||5|
|BS19||Parking light relay, audio head unit, electrical package control unit, ignition switch||5|
|BS20||Instrument cluster control unit, steering column switches||5|
|BS21||Control box for the electrical package, directional light, ambient light with delayed switch-off, luggage compartment light||10|
|BS22||Diagnostic connector, air conditioner control unit, climate control unit, key lock solenoid in ignition switch||5|
|BS23||Electric package control unit, engine control unit, automatic transmission control unit, automatic transmission switch (manual mode)||7,5|
|BS24||Electric package control unit, heated exterior mirrors elements||5|
|BS25||Coolant pressure sensor, air conditioner compressor relay, cooling fan control unit, air conditioner control unit, diagnostic connector, heating and ventilation control unit||5|
|BS26||Power steering control unit||7,5|
|BS27||Switch for the reversing light bulb in the right rear lamp||5|
|BS32||Gasoline pump fuse or reserve||10|
|BS33||Clutch pedal position sensor, brake signal switch||5|
|BS34||Right headlight assembly (high beam)||7,5|
|BS35||Engine control unit||10|
|BS36||Fuel module (gasoline pump) or injectors||10/15|
|BS37||Driver seat heater controller, front passenger seat heater controller, front seat heater control unit||25|
|BS38||Left headlight assembly (high beam), instrument cluster control unit||7,5|
|BS39||Right headlamp assembly (dipped beam)||10|
|BS40||Heater fan switch, heater fan control unit||30|
|BS42||Polo sedan cigarette lighter fuse||15|
|BS43||Power pack control unit, turn signal lamps, brake signal lamps||15|
|BS44||Ultrasonic sensor for burglar alarm, burglar alarm horn||15|
|BS45||Navigation system control unit, audio head unit, multimedia system control unit||15|
|BS46||Electric package control unit (high tone)||20|
|BS47||Electric package control unit (wiper motor)||20|
|BS48||Electric control unit (central locking, electric fuel filler flap actuator)||25|
|BS49||Electric control unit (reversing light bulb in the right rear lamp)||5|
|BS50||Driver’s door control unit||25|
|BS51||Front passenger door control unit||25|
|BS52||Rear left door control unit, right rear door control unit||30|
|BS53||Electric package control unit (heated rear window element)||30|
|BS56||Heated windscreen relay||40|
|BS57||Lamp headlight bulbs in left headlight assembly and left rear lamp||5|
|BS58||Extinguishing light bulbs in right side headlamp and right rear lamp||5|
|BS59||Left headlamp assembly (dipped beam)||10|
The unit with relay modules is located on the driver’s side in the end behind the plastic cover.
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What is the fuse for the heater?
Hi, could you please tell me the fuse number responsible for the daytime running lights (Polo sedan 2016), All lights work except these bulbs. I change the bulbs – do not light and sockets visually intact, not burned out.
Number 50, 51, 52 control of the windows I have no fuses there, but the front window lifters work. If you put a fuse there, the rear do not work. The question is how so?
Greetings, have you solved yours somehow? I have the driver’s window elevator stopped working now, looked at the fuses, they are not there and all the others work. 2011 sedan.
I took the trim off and the connectors weren’t plugged in. You might have a button that worked.
I don’t know what it was, probably just fans of it, took it apart, took the motor off, put it back on and everything works. It sometimes but rarely stops working, but you ride a little and it works again, I think it was I was on a bump and it wedged, and this time I drove on a good road, there was nowhere to wedge ))))
Please tell me where the relay box is. No I understand where it is. But my car is different. My car is a 2013 Polo sedan Highline. I can not find the relay to turn on the air conditioning compressor.
Good afternoon if you found the answer, can you tell me the same problem?
Thanks for your on-board log entry.
Read it and these questions came up.
In the fuse box there are several places for replacement fuses. Do these replacement fuses come from the factory with or in a new car?
Also, if I understand correctly, not all VAG cars can be equipped with fuse tweezers. Is this the case?
And the most interesting question. The smaller fuses have been able to be identified as Mini Blade Fuse (flat mini fuse or FN according to the classification of, for example, Tesla; maybe other companies label the types differently, I don’t know). But what are the big fuses called? ATO Blade Fuse (ATO flat fuse)?
Perhaps someone has a clue. Please clue me in.
In addition, sometimes the Fuse card doesn’t seem to be anywhere near the fuse box. I mean the hint called the fuse card (list, ratings and positions of the corresponding fuses). That’s how some Seats, for example, that also have the same fuse box in the passenger compartment.