This 6 series BMW, in the back of the E63, belongs to the business class coupe series. This car was produced in 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011. There are two main fuse boxes in this series. We suggest that you familiarize yourself with a detailed description of the bmw e63 relay and fuse box diagrams .
Fuse box is located in the glove box (glove compartment). For access, the protective cover must be removed. To do this, on the back of it you need to find a button, press and pull up (Press the lock and open the lid).
Real photo of the fuse box
Table with the arrangement of elements
Fuse description table
- Dynamic stability control
- SMG Steering DSC
- Chassis gateway module
- Light module
- Main body module
- Instrument cluster
- Gear Shift Indicator, EDC, Transmission Control
- DME, IVM
- Door module, OBD2 socket
- Door module, body sluice
- Seat adjustment
- Heat, air conditioning
- OBD, Ind Aux, Heater
- Wiper system
- Main body module
- Fan power output
- Electric fan
- Active steering, EDC
- Fuel Heater Secondary Air Pump Relay
- Navigation system
- CCC / M-ASK
- CD changer, phone gateway module
- Car access system
- Fuel pump relay
For the latest information on the exact location of the fuses, see the documentation on the unit in the luggage compartment under the trim.
Fuse box is located on the right-hand side under the sheathing (protective carpet).
Table with designation
- KB Relay for headlight washer system
- K9 Unloading relay terminal 15
- K11 Wiper relay
- K8 Rear window lowering relay (convertible)
- K91 Rear window wiper relay
- K93 EOS relay
- K96 Fuel pump relay
- K126 Air suspension compressor relay
- K20 Automatic closer relay
- K213 Electric vacuum pump relay
- K2003a Main relay of the OOE system (diesel engine)
- K6304a Secondary air blower relay
Fuse numbers 87 and 88 or 61 – (20A) are responsible for the cigarette lighter. It all depends on the equipment and the year of manufacture of the car.
If the problem persists after replacing the fuse, there may be a problem with the vehicle’s electrical system. In this video you can see how to access the electric fan control unit.