Volkswagen Touran Owners Manual: Fuses in the vehicle

Fig. 212 Dash panel on the driver side: fuse box cover

Fig. 213 In the engine compartment: fuse box cover

First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings

Fuses must always be replaced with a new fuse which has the same amp rating (same colour and imprint) and size.

Colour coding of fuses

Colour Amp rating
purple 3
light brown 5
brown 7.5
red 10
blue 15
yellow 20
white or clear 25
green 30
orange 40

Opening the fuse box in the dash panel

  • Use the handle to open the cover in the direction of the arrow  .
  • Push the plastic flap on the frame in the direction of travel   (close-up).
  • Pull the cover back.

Opening the fuse box in the engine compartment

  • Open the bonnet   .
  • Press the release buttons to the front in the direction of the arrow to release the fuse box cover  .
  • Lift off the cover.
  • To fit place the cover over the fuse box. Press the release buttons in the opposite direction to the arrow until they click into place.

NOTICE

  • Remove the covers for the fuse boxes carefully and fit them again properly so as to avoid damage to the vehicle.
  • Fuse boxes must be protected from dirt and moisture when opened. Dirt and moisture in the fuse boxes could cause damage to the electrical system.

This chapter does not refer to all the fuses located in the vehicle. These should be changed only by a qualified workshop.

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