Mercedes-Benz Atego 1 (Vario) fuse and relay

The 1st generation Mercedes-Benz Atego was produced in 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 and 2004. The most popular Mercedes Atego 815 and Mercedes Atego 1223. In this publication you will find a description of the fuses and relays Mercedes Atego 1 with box diagram and its location. Select the cigarette lighter fuse. This material will also be useful to owners of Mercedes Vario, because. they have similar patterns.

MB Atego 1

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Fuse and relay box

The main fuse and relay box is located at the bottom of the instrument panel on the passenger side behind a protective cover.

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Check the actual purpose of the elements in the box with your diagram on the back of the block cover, it may differ from that presented in this publication.

Diagram

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Main section

Assignment

Fuses

  • F1 – 10A Cabin lighting, diagnostic system, radio terminal 30 or 15A + tail lift KI.30
  • F2 – 10A Fog lights
  • F3 – 10A terminal 15, other
  • F4 – 10A Tachograph, LSVA (heavy duty charges)/Hazards, Instrument cluster terminal 30
  • F5 – 10A Right turn signal
  • F6 – 10A ABS/BS Terminal 15
  • F7 – 25A ABS/BS Terminal 30
  • F8 – 10A Dipped beam terminal 30
  • F9 – 10A Tachograph, LSVA (Heavy Duty Charges), ZV, Electric Heated Windshield, Distributor Terminal 15
  • F10 – 10A Cigarette lighter
  • F11 – 10A Low beam headlights
  • F12 – 10A Diagnostic socket, mirror heating/adjustment, horn, air conditioning terminal 15
  • F13 – 10A Left turn signal
  • F14 – 15A Heater fan
  • F15 – 10A Illumination of buttons and instruments terminal 58
  • F16 – 10A Contour lighting left
  • F17 – 10A Main beam right
  • F18 – 10A Radio terminal 15R
  • F19 – 10A Contour lighting right
  • F20 – 10A Main beam left
  • F21 – 10A Reversing lights, instrument panel terminal 15

The number 10 fuse is responsible for the cigarette lighter.

Relay

  • K1 – Ignition
  • K2 – Stop signals
  • K3 – Heater

Additional sections

A1

  • F1 – 15A Differential lock, NR system, distributor – terminal 30
  • F2 – 20A Seat heating
  • F3 – 20A Driver window regulator
  • F4 – 10A Seats with air suspension terminal 15
  • F5 – 10A power take-off, sunroof, EDW (general alarm), tail lift
  • F6 – 10A Programmable special module, maintenance system terminal 15
  • F7 – 10A ADR (ADR), automatic transmission, tail lift terminal 15
  • F8 – 10A Airbag
  • F9 – 10A Additional lights

A2

  • F1 – 10A Radio, telephone, diagnostic block terminal 30, 12 volts or 15A + navigator terminal 30
  • F2 – 10A 12 volt voltage transformer
  • F3 – 10A Body lighting, retarder
  • F4 – 10A Compressed air dryer, portable lamp, handbrake
  • F5 – 15A Voltage transformer input
  • F6 – 20A Trailer socket, 15-pin 24V
  • F7 – 15A Programmable special module, terminal 30
  • F8 – 15A Passenger window regulator
  • F9 – 10A Trailer ABS, terminal 15

A3

  • F1 – 25A Trailer ABS, terminal 30
  • F2 – 25A Heated windshield, oil level sensor
  • F3 – 10A automatic transmission, auxiliary heater, NR system
  • F4 – 20A Autonomous heater
  • F5 – 15A Distributor terminal +D
  • F6 – 15A Rotating beacon, headlamp cleaner, working headlight
  • F7 – 15A Additional turn signal module
  • F8 – 25A Preheating, sunroof, central locking
  • F9 – 10A Air suspension seat terminal 30

Relay

  • K1 – Additional ignition relay
  • K2 – Dehumidifier
  • K3 – Trailer ABS relay
  • K4 – Headlight cleaning system
  • K5 – Automatic transmission oil cooling system
  • K6 – Oil cooler pump
  • K7 – Seat belt pretensioner
  • K8 – Heated windshield

 

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