Suzuki Vitara has been produced in four generations from 1988 to the present and is shipped worldwide. For some markets, the model received the “Grand” prefix in the name and was sold as Suzuki Grand Vitara, Grand Escudo, XL-7. In our material you will find an assignment of the second generation fuse boxes and relays of the Suzuki Vitara produced in 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2006. We will show the locations of the boxes, their photographs and diagrams. Let’s highlight the fuse responsible for the cigarette lighter.
The design of the boxes and the purpose of their elements may differ from that shown and depend on the year of manufacture, country of delivery and equipment level. And if the year of manufacture is not suitable, study the description for the Grand Vitara .
Located on the right side next to the battery.
|F1||(15A / 25A) Optional equipment|
|F2||(15A) Gasoline: Engine management|
|F3||(15A) RH headlight|
|F6||(Z30A) Instrument panel fuse / relay box|
|F7||(60A) Ignition lock circuits|
|F8||(50A) ABS / ESP system|
|F9||(80A / 100A)|
|F10||(30A) Engine management|
|F11||(25A) Air conditioning system|
- Fuse or relay for bodywork
- Fuse or relay for bodywork
- A / C compressor relay
- Air conditioner fan relay
- Fuses for additional equipment
Photo for example
|1||Air conditioning relay|
|2||Relay No. 1 of high speed electric / double condenser fan|
|3||Fog lamp relay|
|5||Condenser fan relay|
|6||Relay No. 2 high speed e / d condenser fan|
|7||Transmission control relay|
|8||Oxygen sensor heater relay|
|F1||(15A) LH headlamp|
|F2||(15A) Engine management|
|F3||(15A) Stop lights|
|F4||(25A) Heated rear window|
|F5||(60A) Heater blower motor|
|F6||(60A) ABS system|
|F7||(15A) Engine management|
|F9||(25A) Air conditioning system|
|F10||(15A) Fog lights|
|F11||(15A) RH headlight|
|F12||(60A) Dashboard fuse / relay box|
|F13||(60A) Ignition lock circuits|
- (120A) Alternator (main fuse at battery terminal)
- (40A) Additional heater
- (40A) Cooling fan motor
- (80A) Glow plugs
It is located on the driver’s side under the panel on the side wall (closed by a black cover, on which the actual appointment should be applied). It is easier to get to it if you remove the panel that is under the steering column (attached at the corners with 4 self-tapping screws).
|ECU||control (control) engine module|
|EFI||system of electronic control of injection in a / m|
|ENG MAIN||main engine|
|HEAD LH||headlights left|
|HEAD RH||headlights right|
|Rr / rear||rear|
The cigarette lighter fuse is designated as CIGAR 20 or 25A.
Separate relays can be located nearby.
|F2||(15A) Rear fog lamp|
|F3||(20A) Central locking|
|F4||(15A) Engine management|
|F5||(20A) Fuel filter heater|
|F9||(30A) Heater blower motor|
|F10||(30A) Power windows|
|F12||(15A) Engine management|
|F14||(15A) Windshield wiper / washer|
|F15||(20A) Cigarette lighter|
|F16||(15A) Heated seats|
The fuse number 15, 20A, is responsible for the cigarette lighter.
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