Volvo V60 2018 – 2024 fuse and relay

The 2nd generation Volvo V60 station wagon was produced in 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023, 2024. During this time, the model received an update. In this publication you will find a description of the fuses and relays for the Volvo V60 with fuse box diagrams, their locations and photographs. Select the fuse responsible for the cigarette lighter.

Volvo V60 2G

The purpose of the fuses and relays may differ from those shown and depends on the year of manufacture, the level of electrical equipment and the region where your car was delivered.

Passenger compartment

In the cabin, the fuse box is located under the dashboard on the passenger side.


To access it is necessary to remove the interior trim and the protective cover of the unit.





1Not used
230A Electrical socket in the tunnel console between the rear seats
3Not used
45A Motion sensor
55A Media player
65A Dashboard
75A Center console buttons
85A Sun sensor
920A Sensus control module
10Not used
115A Steering wheel module
125A Module for start handle and parking brake control
1315A Steering wheel heating module
14Not used
15Not used
16Not used
17Not used
1810A Climate control module
19Not used
2010A OBD-II Data Connector
215A Center display
2240A Climate fan module (front)
247.5A Instrument lighting; Interior lighting; Function of automatic dimming of a rear-view mirror; Rain and light sensors; Rear tunnel console keyboard, rear seat; Power front seats; Rear door control panels; Climate system fan module left / right
255A Driver assistance functions control module
2620A Panoramic sunroof
275A Head display
285A Interior lighting
29Not used
305A Headlining console display (seat belt reminder / front passenger side airbag indicator)
31Not used
325A Humidity sensor
3320A Door module in right rear door
3410A Fuses in trunk/cargo area
355A Control module for internet-connected vehicle; Control module for Volvo On Call
36Door module in left rear door
3740A Sound control module (amplifier) (select models only)
38Not used
395A Multiband Antenna Module
405A Front seat massage function
41Not used
4215A Rear window wiper
4315A Fuel pump control module
445A Twin Engine: relay coils for the junction box in the engine compartment; Relay coils for transmission oil pump
45Not used
4615A Heated driver’s seats
4715A Heating, front passenger
487.5A Coolant pump
49Not used
5020A Door module in left front door
5120A Active Chassis Control Module
52Not used
5310A Sensus control module
54Not used
55Not used
5620A Door module in right front door
57Not used
585A TV (certain markets only)
5915A Primary fuse for fuses 52, 53, 57 and 58

Engine compartment

Under hte hood, the fuse and relay box is located next to the headlight on the left side.

location under the hood

The fuse box itself will look something like this.

Photo 2

Check the assignment with your diagrams on the back of the box cover.



Diagram 2


1Not used
2Not used
3Not used
415A Ignition coils (gasoline); spark plugs (gasoline)
515A Oil pump solenoid; Air conditioning magnetic clutch; heated oxygen sensor, center (petrol); heated oxygen sensor, rear (diesel)
67.5A Vacuum regulators; valve; valve for power impulses (diesel)
720A Engine control module; drive unit; throttle valve; EGR valve (diesel); turbocharger position sensor (diesel); turbocharger valve (gasoline)
85A Engine control module
9Not used
1010A Solenoids (gasoline); valve; Thermostat of the engine cooling system (gasoline); EGR cooling pump (diesel); Glow control module (diesel)
115A Spoiler damper control module; Radiator damper control module; Relay windings for switching power supply (diesel)
12Not used
1320A Engine control module
1440A Starter Motor
15starting motor
1630A Fuel filter heater (diesel)
17Not used
18Not used
19Not used
20Not used
21Not used
22Not used
23Not used
2415A 12V socket in tunnel console, front
2515A 12V socket in tunnel console between rear seats
2615A 12 V socket in trunk/cargo area
27Not used
2815A Left headlight, some models with LED
2915A Headlight right, some models with LED
30Not used
31Heated windshield, left side
3240A Heated windshield, left side
3325A Headlight washers
3425A Windshield washer
3515A Transmission control module
3620A Horn
375A Alarm siren
3840A Brake control module (valves, parking brake)
3930A Wiper
4025A Rear window washer
4140A Heated windshield, right side
4220A Parking heater
43Not used
44Not used
45Heated windshield, right side
465A Supplied with ignition on: engine control module, transmission components, electric power steering, central electrical module, brake control module
47Not used
487.5A Right headlight
4815A Headlight right, some models with LED
49Not used
50Not used
515A Battery connection control module
525A Airbag
537.5A Left headlight
5315A Left headlight, some models with LED
545A Accelerator pedal sensor

The fuse number 24 at 15A is responsible for the operation of the front cigarette lighter.

Luggage compartment

In the cargo area on the right side, another box with fuses and relays is installed.

Photo 3

The scheme is reversed in comparison with the image.


Diagram 3


615A Rear seat back motor lock, left side
720A Twin Engine: power front passenger seat; Rear right door module
830A Nitrous Oxide Recovery Control Module (Diesel)
925A Rear door reinforcement
1020A Power front passenger seat
1140A Towbar control module
1240A Belt pretensioner module (right side)
135A Internal relay coils
1415A Power passenger seat
155A Foot motion detection module for tailgate opening
16USB hub / aux port
17Not used
1825A Towbar control module
1840A Auxiliary module
1920A Power driver’s seat
2040A Belt pretensioner module (left side)
215A Park Assist Camera
22Not used
23Not used
24Not used
25Not used
265A Airbag and pretensioner control module
27Not used
2815A Heated rear seat (left side)
29Not used
305A Blind Spot Information (BUS); External feedback control module
31Not used
325A Modules for pretensioners
335A Emission system actuator (petrol, some engine options)
34Not used
3515A All Wheel Drive (AWD) Module
3615A Heated rear seat (right side)
37Not used


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