Opel (Vauxhall) Kadett E- fuse and relay

Opel Kadett was produced with various modifications and changes from 1962 to 1992. Also known as Vauxhall Kadett. In our material you will find a description of fuses and relays Kadett E, the latest generation of the model range, produced in 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991 and 1992. We will show where this boxes is located, its diagram and a photo example of execution. Highlight the cigarette lighter fuse.

Opel Cadet

Fuse box

The main fuse and relay box is located in the passenger compartment under the dashboard.

fuse box location

The current diagram with the designation will be printed on the back of the protective cover.


compartment cover


10A Left headlight (side light), Left tail light (side light)
10A Right headlight (side light), Right tail light (side light), License plate lamp, Hood lamp, Instrument lighting lamps, Radio
310A Left headlight (high beam)
410A Right headlight (high beam)
5 10A Left headlight (low beam)
610A Right headlight (low beam)
7 Reserve
10A Relay-interrupter of direction indicators and alarm, Rear lights (brake lights), Relay for turning on fog lights
9 30A Wiper motor
1010A Rear lights (fog light)
30A Engine cooling fan motor, Horn
1220A Interior heater fan motor
20A Taillights (reversing light lamps), Heating element for the automatic starting device of the carburetor, Cigarette lighter, Electric motor for the drive of the outside rearview mirror, Lamp for the glove box, Seat heating elements
1420A Terminal “30” constant supply voltage to the towing hitch
 20A Direction indicator lamps (in alarm mode), Interior light, Radio, Clock, On-board computer
16 20A Fuel injection system
1720A Fog lights
1820A Rear window heating element

The fuse number 13, 20A, is responsible for the cigarette lighter.

  • A – Relay-interrupter of direction indicators and alarm
  • B – Relay for turning on the heated rear window
  • C – Wiper relay
  • D – Relay turning on fog lights

Additional relays and fuses may be located on the back of the unit.

Reverse side of the fuse box

  • E – On-board computer relay
  • F – Rear wiper relay
  • G – Daytime running lamps control relay
  • H – Headlight switch
  • I – Warning buzzer
  • 19 – the Central locking fuse
  • 20 – Fuse for electric glass – lifts

If the vehicle has headlight washers, the washer relay and fuse are installed under the hood.

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