Chery Fulwin A13 fuse box diagram

Chery Celer A13 was produced by Chery in 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019 with an engine capacity of 1.5 liters. During this time, the model has been restyling. Also known as Chery Fulwin, Chery Storm or Chery Celer. In this publication you will find a description of the Chery A13 fuses and relays with fuse box diagrams and their locations. Select the fuse responsible for the cigarette lighter.

Chery A13

The purpose of fuses and relays and their number in the blocks may differ from those presented and depends on the year of manufacture and the level of electrical equipment of your car.

Passenger compartment

Fuse and relay box

At the bottom of the instrument panel is the main fuse and relay box.

access to fuse box

You have to remove the bottom of the panel to access it. The block itself will look something like this.

Photo

Diagram

diagram

Assignment

1low beam headlight relay (RLY10);
2main relay (RLY8);
3high beam relay (RLY3);
4fuel pump relay (RLY7);
5compressor relay (RLY9);
6reserve (RLY5);
7high beam lamp fuse, left headlight, 10 A(FB20);
8low beam fuse, left headlight, 10 A (FB22);
9fuse for the main beam lamp of the right headlight, A (FB21);
10fuse for the dipped beam lamp of the right headlight, 10 A (FB23);
11fan fuse, 15 A (FB17);
12audio system fuse, 10 A (FB02);
13oxygen sensor fuse, 10 A (FB18);
14fuse for the position of the external rear-view mirror, 10 A (FB26);
15ignition module fuse, 15 A (FB36);
16cigarette lighter fuse, 15 A (FB27);
17fuse for the engine control unit, injectors, 15 A (FB19);
18reserve, 30 A (FB29);
19fuel pump fuse, 15 A (FB12);
20compressor fuse, 15 A (FB13);
21instrument cluster fuse, 10 A (FB09);
22reserve, 30 A (FB33);
23sunroof module fuse, 20 A (FB05);
24reserve, 30 A (FB37);
25engine control unit fuse, 10 A (FB15);
26audio system fuse, 15 A (FB03);
27open door indicator fuse, 10 A (FB08);
28reserve, 20 A (FB34);
29alarm control unit fuse, 10 A (FB04);
30reserve, 15 A (FB28);
31airbag fuse, 15 A (FB24);
32reversing lamp fuse, 10 A (FB30);
33air conditioning fuse, 10 A (FB01);
34ABS fuse, 10 A (FB25);
35tire pressure monitoring system fuse, 7.5 A (FB06);
36fuse for speed sensors, 10 A (FB11);
37starter fuse, 30 A (SB02);
38air conditioning fuse, 30 A (SB04);
39brake light fuse, 15 A (FB32);
40starter relay (RLY1);
41air conditioning relay (RLY2);
42reserve (RLY4);
43reserve (RLY6);
44ignition switch fuse, 30 A (SB01);
45reserve, 30 A (SB03);
46reserve, 7.5 A (FB31);
47reserve, 7.5 A (FB16);
48tweezers;
49instrument cluster fuse, 10 A (FB07);
50diagnostic system fuse, 10A(FB10);
51engine control unit fuse, 10A(FB14);
52reserve, 15 A (FB35);
53spare fuse, 10 A;
54spare fuse, 15 A;
55spare fuse, 20 A;
56spare fuse, 30 A.

The fuse number 16 at 15A (FB27) is responsible for the operation of the cigarette lighter.

Fuse box

Behind the main box with fuses and relays, another additional fuse box is installed.

location 1

Diagram

diagram

Designation

Left side

  1. 15A Central lock
  2. 10A Rear fog lamps
  3. 25A Power windows rear side doors
  4. 7.5A Luggage compartment ceiling lamps and illumination of the right front door opening, size (right)
  5. 5A Lamp of the ceiling lamp for illumination of the opening of the left front door, size (left)
  6. 25A Power windows front doors

Right side

  1. 15A Alarm lamps
  2. 20A Rear window heater
  3. 15A Fog lamps
  4. 10A Sound signals
  5. 10A Interior lamp
  6. 25A Windscreen wiper

Engine compartment

Under the hood in the engine compartment are 2 boxes with fuses and relays.

location

Power fuse box

On the positive terminal of the battery there is a high power fuse box made in the form of fuse links.

Photo – diagram

diagram 3

Allocation

  1. fan;
  2. anti-lock braking system;
  3. anti-lock braking system;
  4. interior fuse box;
  5. body control unit;
  6. starter;
  7. generator.

Additional box

Installed on the left side, next to the shock absorber strut.

  • R1 – fan relay (high speed);
  • R2 – fan relay (low speed).

 

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