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Volkswagen Tiguan Owners Manual: Replacing blown fuses

Fig. 199 Illustration of a blown fuse.

Fig. 200 Removing or inserting a fuse using the plastic tweezers.

Read and follow the introductory information and safety information firstIntroduction to the subject 

Preparations

  • Switch off the headlights, the ignition, and all electrical consumers.
  • Open the appropriate fuse box ⇒ Fuses in the vehicle .

Identifying blown fuses

A blown fuse can be recognized by the burned metal strip ⇒ Fig. 199 .

Shine a flashlight on the fuse. This makes it easier to tell if the fuse has blown.

Replacing the fuse

  • If needed, remove the plastic tweezers from the fuse box cover.
  • For small fuses, slide the tweezers ⇒ Fig. 200  ① onto the fuse from the top A.
  • For larger fuses, slide the tweezers ⇒ Fig. 200  ① onto the fuse from the side B.
  • Pull out the blown fuse.
  • If the fuse is blown, replace the fuse with a new fuse of the same amperage (same color and same imprint) and same overall size ⇒ .
  • Replace the cover.

Note

If a fuse is replaced with a fuse with higher amperage, then damage can occur at various places in the electrical system.
    Fuses in the vehicle
    Fig. 197 On the driver side in the instrument panel: Fuse box cover. Fig. 198 In the engine compartment: Fuse box cover. Read and follow the introductory information and safety information fir ...

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