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Volkswagen Golf Owners Manual: Introduction

This chapter contains information on the following subjects:

 → Fuses in the vehicle

 → Fuse table

 → Fuse tables for fuses in the engine compartment

 → Changing a blown fuse

At the time of print we are unable to provide an complete overview of the locations of the fuses for the electrical consumers. This is because the vehicle is under constant development, because fuses are assigned differently depending on the vehicle equipment level and because several consumers may use a single fuse. You can get more information about the fuse layout from a Volkswagen dealership.

Several electrical consumers could share a single fuse. Conversely, a single consumer could have more than one fuse.

Therefore fuses should only be replaced when the cause of the fault has been rectified. If a new fuse blows shortly after insertion, have the electrical system checked by a qualified workshop as soon as possible.

Additional information and warnings:

WARNING

High voltages in the electrical system can cause electric shocks, serious burns and death.

WARNING

Using unsuitable or repaired fuses and bridging an electrical circuit without fuses can cause a fire and serious injuries.

NOTICE

Fuses
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Fuses in the vehicle
Fig. 228 Fuse box cover in the dash panel: A: left-hand drive vehicle, to the left-hand side of the steering wheel B: right-hand drive vehicle, on the driver side Fig. 229 In the engine compartm ...

Other materials:

12 V socket
Removing and installing 12 V socket   Caution If excessive force is exerted on sockets without illumination, the retaining sleeve may be damaged. Only illuminated sockets (cigarette lighter) ...

Stowage compartment in the front centre armrest
Fig. 112 Stowage compartment in the front centre armrest First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings To open, pull the centre armrest all the way up in the direction of the arrow  . To close, guide the armrest down. WARNING The centre armrest can obstruct ...

Operating the area monitoring system (Front Assist)
First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings The area monitoring system (Front Assist) is automatically active once the ignition is switched on   . The prior warning and distance warning are automatically deactivated when Front Assist is deactivated. Volkswag ...

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