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Volkswagen Golf Owners Manual: Fuse tables for fuses in the engine compartment

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Fig. 231 Engine compartment: fuse layout

First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings

The table shows the fuse locations for the items of electrical equipment which are most relevant to the customer. The left column contains the location, the other columns contain the fuse designs, the amp rating and the consumer.

Fuse location Fuse design Amp rating Electrical consumers
F6 ATO® 5 Brake light sensor
F14 JCASE® 40 Windscreen heating
F15 ATO® 15 Horn
F19 ATO® 30 Windscreen wipers
F37 ATO® 20 Auxiliary heater

Depending on the version and specification of your vehicle, the fuse numbers and positions may differ to those given in the table. If necessary ask your Volkswagen dealership for the exact fuse layout.

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