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Richard Hamilton

Fuse Assignments

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Fuse Assignments


I originally did this for the PCGB forum, but I thought it might be useful for Renntech members. The main fuse board is located in the driver's footwell. Remove the cover by pulling on the hole at the top of the cover. The fuses are arranged in 5 banks of 10: Rows A to E (top to bottom) and Columns 1 to 10 (left to right). A small paper chart clipped to the back of the cover shows the fuse assignments for your car and these quite often get lost. There were some subtle changes in layouts a

 

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I originally did this for the PCGB forum, but I thought it might be useful for Renntech members.

The main fuse board is located in the driver's footwell. Remove the cover by pulling on the hole at the top of the cover. The fuses are arranged in 5 banks of 10: Rows A to E (top to bottom) and Columns 1 to 10 (left to right). A small paper chart clipped to the back of the cover shows the fuse assignments for your car and these quite often get lost. There were some subtle changes in layouts and ratings over the production period. Here is a pdf document showing the fuse assignments, for each model year (1998 to 2004) which have been taken from the wiring diagrams in the workshop manual.

tec_996_fuses.pdf

Many thanks for this, Richard.

So if I want to fully disable the PCM2 in my Aug 03 Carrera, I will need to remove fuses D8, D9, D10, E6 and E8?

thanks again,

Paul

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This is the support topic for the DIY Tutorial Fuse Assignments. Please post here if you have any questions or feedback.

Hi Richard, would you by chance know where the relais are located; i.e. the one for the starter? Tx, Oliver

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This is the support topic for the DIY Tutorial Fuse Assignments. Please post here if you have any questions or feedback.

Hi Richard, would you by chance know where the relais are located; i.e. the one for the starter? Tx, Oliver

Relays are near the fuse box (to the left of the driver feet (LHD cars) and behind the rear seats under the carpet next to the DME.

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