The fifth generation of the BMW 7 series is designated by the body index – F01 / F02 (extended version), a separate series was designated as Alpina B7. This car was produced in 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015. This material will consider the power supply diagram and fuses Bmw f01 / 02 .
Power system overview
The general scheme looks like this.
- Battery positive output;
- Power distribution box in the engine compartment;
- Control electronics compartment in the engine compartment;
- Front fuse holder behind the glove compartment;
- Rear fuse holder on the right side of the luggage compartment;
- Accumulator battery;
The BMW F01 / F02 has two separate fuse boxes. There are no fuses in the power distributors in the engine compartment. The front fuse holder is located near the glove compartment, the rear fuse holder is on the right side of the luggage compartment.
Passenger compartment fuse box
It’s in the glove compartment (or I call it the glove box).
It should also contain up-to-date information on the location of the fuses for your model in the form of a sheet of paper. Depending on the configuration and year of manufacture, your location may differ from the information presented.
- Front fuse holder;
- Junction box electronics.
It looks like this.
The relays are marked with squares: signal relay, windshield wiper relay, and others.
Table with decoding of elements
Separately, we note: fuses 54, 65, 147, 176 are responsible for the cigarette lighter . Half of them are in the luggage compartment.
Luggage compartment fuse box
Due to the large number of consumers and control units, an additional fuse holder is installed in the luggage compartment F01 / F02. It is located on the right side under the skin.
Along with the fuses, some more relays are inserted into it or soldered onto the board.
- Relay terminal 30B (inserted);
- Contact 30F relay (soldered);
- Contact 15N relay (soldered);
- Relay for heating the rear window (soldered).