Opel (Vauxhall) Agila – fuse and relay

The compact city car Opel Agila was produced in two generations. The first generation Agila A entered the markets in 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007. Further, until 2015, the second generation of Agila B was assembled. In our material, we will show a designation of the first generation Opel (Vauxhall) Agila fuse boxes and relays, the location of the boxes, their diagrams and photographs. Let’s highlight the fuse responsible for the cigarette lighter.

Opel Agila A

The design of the boxes and the purpose of the elements may differ from the one shown and depend on the year of manufacture and the vehicle equipment level.

Passenger compartment

It is located under the dashboard on the driver’s side, behind a protective cover, on which the current description will be printed.

The location of the unit under the cabin

Photo for example of execution

block in the cabin


Block diagram in the cabin


110A Fog lights
215A Stop signal
315A Electronic immobilizer, multimedia system, interior lighting
415A Heated rear window
520A Central locking
610A Alarm
710A Air conditioner
810A Rear light
915A Interior lighting
1015A Central locking, instruments, exterior mirrors
1130A Windows
1215A Airbags
1315A Electronic anti-theft device, power steering (EPS), instrumentation, air conditioning system
1410A Central locking, turn signal lights, reversing lights, headlight range adjustment
1510A Speedometer and other devices
1615A Windshield wipers, windshield washer
1710A ABS
1815A Electronic engine management system
1915A Cigarette lighter
2015A Central locking, outside rear-view mirrors, multimedia system, instruments, control indicators, cigarette lighter
2125A Interior heating, rear window heating, air conditioning

The fuse number 19 at 15A is responsible for the cigarette lighter.

Engine compartment

Located on the left side behind the battery. The lid must also bear an up-to-date diagram with the designation of the elements.

Photo of the execution of the block under the hood


Block diagram under the hood


160A ABS
230A Cooling Fan
330A Power steering (EPS)
460A Starter
560A Lighting, engine, media system
680A Alternator (gasoline engine)
715A Low beam, high beam (right lamp)
815A Speedometer, instruments, control indicators, low and high beam (left lamp)
920 / 30A Radiator fan, fuel injection system: petrol engine
1015A Fog lights
1115A Signal


  1. Horn relay
  2. Radiator fan relay
  3. Fuel pump relay
  4. Engine control unit relay (ignition relay)
  5. Reserve
  6. Fog lamp relay

Separately, a small box can be located above the battery. It may contain fuses and preheating relays.

Block under the hood 2


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