The 2nd generation Mercedes-Benz Atego was produced in 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012. In 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018 – Mercedes Atego 3 generations. In this material you will find a description of the fuses and relays Mercedes Atego with box diagram and a photo example of the location. Select the cigarette lighter fuse.
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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.
Please note that there is no one general description for the entire generation. Check the purpose with your diagrams on the back of the protective cover.
Location of block elements
- Spare fuses
- Fuses F1 – F41
|F1||10A Rear fog lamps including trailer|
|F2||10A Instrument panel/ switch lighting, headlamp cleaning system, headlamp range adjustment, distribution (terminal 58)|
|F3||10A Additional turn signals|
|F4||10A Pop-up roof, 24 V radio, frequent-stop brake (terminal 30)|
|F5||10A Working-area lamp, LSVA (Swiss heavy goods vehicle fee), (terminal 30)|
|F7||15A Distribution (terminal D+)|
|F8||10A Exterior mirror heating|
|F9||15A 24 V power sockets|
|F10||10A Digital tachograph, instrument cluster, diagnostics connection (terminal 30)|
|F11||20A Trailer power socket (terminal 30)|
|F12||20A Trailer power socket for ABS (terminal 30)|
|F13||10A Interior lighting, Toll Collect (terminal 30)|
|F14||10A Headlamp cleaning system|
|F15||10A Alternator, transmission, LSVA (Swiss heavy goods vehicle fee) (terminal 15)|
|F16||10A Power take-offs|
|F17||20A Blower, air-conditioning system|
|F18||5A Instrument cluster, radio, telephone, hands-free system, fax (terminal 15R)|
|F19||10A Cigarette lighter|
|F20||15A Co-driver switch unit|
|F21||15A Switch unit on the driver’s door|
|F22||10A Windscreen washer system, turn signals (terminal 30)|
|F23||10A Dipped-beam headlight, right|
|F24||10A pped-beam headlight, left|
|F25||10A Main-beam headlamp, right|
|F26||10A Left main-beam headlamp, main-beam indicator lamp|
|F27||10A Rear lamp, side lamp, left-hand side marker lamps, trailer power socket, Toll Collect|
|F28||10A Rear lamp, side lamp, right-hand side marker lamps, trailer power socket|
|F29||15A Transmission control|
|F30||10A Engine management (terminal 15), GGVSE: EMERGENCY OFF|
|F31||10A Driver’s door switch unit, exterior mirror setting, exhaust gas aftertreatment unit (terminal 15)|
|F32||10A All-wheel drive, ESP®, auxiliary heating water-heater unit|
|F33||10A Windscreen washer system, turn signals, trailer power socket (terminal 15)|
|F34||10A Brake lamps, reversing lamp, trailer power socket|
|F35||10A Condensation sensor, trailer power socket for ABS (terminal 15)|
|F36||15A Auxiliary heating water-heater unit|
|F37||10A Windscreen washer system|
|F38||10A Digital tachograph, instrument cluster, airbag (terminal 15)|
|F39||10A Horn, Toll Collect, diagnostics connection, FleetBoard®, distribution (terminal 15)|
|F40||10A Differential lock|
|F41||10A Seat heating|
- K3 ABS/BS/EPB shut off
- K4 Starter/ battery heater relay
- K5 D+
- K6 Stop lamp
- K7 Reversing lamp
- Fuses F1 – F14 (A1)
- Fuses F1 – F14 (A2)
- Relays (A31/A32)
|F1||10A Auxiliary heating clock, FleetBoard®, Toll Collect (terminal 30)|
|F2||20A Auxiliary heating|
|F3||15A Central locking/ enhanced central locking system|
|F4||15A Enhanced central locking system|
|F5||10A Electronic brake system, torch socket (terminal 15)|
|F6||15A 12 V power socket|
|F7||10A Voltage transformer 24 V/12 V/8 A|
|15A Voltage transformer 24 V/12 V/15 A|
|F8||10A Central locking/enhanced central locking system, remote control, retarder|
|F9||10A Compressed-air dryer|
|F10||15A Distribution (terminal 30)|
|F11||15A Exhaust gas aftertreatment unit (terminal 30)|
|F12||10A Loading tailgate|
|F13||10A Transmission control|
|F14||10A Working area lamp, retarder|
|F1||20A Windscreen heating|
|F2||10A Daytime driving lights|
|F3||10A Windscreen heating|
|F4||10A Transmission oil cooling, coolbox|
|25A Allison transmission oil cooling|
|F5||15A Electrohydraulic auxiliary steering (terminal 30)|
|F6||10A Electrohydraulic auxiliary steering (terminal 15)|
|F7||10A Auxiliary headlamps|
|F8||10A Rotating beacon|
|F9||15A Electronic brake system (terminal 30)|
|F10||10A Telephone/ navigation control panel, mobile phone (terminal 30)|
|F12||10A Telephone/ navigation control panel, mobile phone (terminal 15)|
|F13||20A Windscreen heating|
|F14||15A Electronic brake system (terminal 30)|
Separate elements of fuses and relays can be installed outside of this unit.
Some fuses don’t have the usual look you’re used to seeing in cars, but their functionality is the same. Conventionally, all of them can be divided into fusible and automatic.
Checking the fuse
- Remove the fuse from the module using pliers and visually inspect it.
- If the fuse wire is blown, replace the defective fuse with a backup fuse.
- Turn on the consumers of electricity and check their performance. If the fuse blows repeatedly, have the electrical equipment checked by a qualified specialist workshop.
Checking the automatic fuse
When the automatic fuse is activated, the pin (4) moves to the off position (2).
- Remove the automatic fuse from the module.
- Press the pin (4) to the on position (1).
- Click on the release (3).
– If the pin (4) moves to the off position (2), the circuit breaker is OK.
– If the pin (4) does not move to the off position (2), the automatic fuse needs to be replaced.
- Press the pin (4) to the on position (1) and reinsert the automatic fuse.
- Turn on the consumers of electricity and check their performance. If the automatic fuse blows again, have the electrical equipment checked by a qualified specialist workshop.
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