The 3rd generation Volkswagen Golf compact car was produced in 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 and 2002 with gasoline and diesel engines. Delivered worldwide in various body styles: convertible, sedan, station wagon and hatchback. In this article you will find a designation of the fuse and relay boxes diagram of the 3rd generation Volkswagen Golf, its location and a photo-example of execution. Separately, we note the fuse responsible for the cigarette lighter. If the generation is not suitable, study the information for the 2nd and 4th, respectively.
Depending on the country of delivery, year of manufacture and vehicle equipment, it is possible to find other versions of the main fuse and relay box.
It is located at the bottom of the dashboard on the driver’s side, behind the protective cover. To remove it, press the buttons – latches.
The box itself looks something like this:
|1||10A Left headlight – low beam, headlight range control motors|
|2||10A Low beam – right headlight|
|3||10A License plate lamps|
|4||15A Rear door glass cleaner and washer|
|5||15A Cleaners, washers, headlight washers|
|6||20A Heater fan|
|7||10A Front and rear dimensions – right|
|8||10A Front and rear dimensions – left|
|9||20A Heated rear window|
|10||15A Fog lights|
|11||10A High beam – left headlight|
|12||10A High beam – right headlight|
|14||10A Reversing lights, washer nozzle heaters, central locking, power door mirrors, seat heater, cruise control, power windows|
|15||10A Speedometer, intake manifold heater|
|16||15A Illumination of the instrument cluster, ABS indicator, SRS indicator, sunroof, Thermotronic heater system|
|17||10A Hazard lamps, direction indicators|
|18||20A Fuel pump, heated oxygen sensor|
|19||30A Radiator fan, air conditioning relay|
|20||10A Stop lights|
|21||15A Interior lighting dumps, trunk lighting lamp, central locking, sunroof|
|22||10A Radio, fuse, radio|
The fuse number 22, 10A, is responsible for the cigarette lighter.
|1||Air conditioner relay|
|2||Rear window wiper / washer relay|
|3||Relay, electronic engine control unit|
|4||Relay for main ignition circuits|
|6||Relay – turn signal interrupter|
|7||Headlight washer control unit|
|8||Relay for intermittent operation of the windshield wiper / washer|
|9||Seat belt not fastened indicator relay 1995|
|10||Fog lamp relay|
|12||Fuel pump relay|
|13||Intake manifold heater relay|
|15||Pump relay ABS|
|16||Reversing light relay (Ecomatic)|
|17||Headlamp High Beam Relay (Ecomatic)|
|18||Low beam relay (Ecomatic)|
|19||Fuse 30A – air conditioning, Climatronic 2.0 / 2.8 (1993)|
|20||Start inhibit switch relay|
|21||Oxygen sensor relay|
|22||Seat Belt Not Fastened Indicator Relay (1995)|
|23||Vacuum pump relay (Ecomatic)|
|24||Thermal fuse (20A) – Power windows|
On vehicles with diesel engines, the glow plug power supply circuit is protected by a high power fuse in the form of a fusible link.
On some models, when the radiator cooling fan is turned on, a fusible link can also be used.