Fuse box diagram (fuse layout), location, and assignment of fuses Opel Omega B and Vauxhall Omega B (1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003).
Checking and Replacing Fuses
A fuse is an element for protecting the electrical system. A fuse will trip (i.e. it will blow) in the event of a failure or improper interventions in the electrical system.
If an electrical device is not working, check whether the respective fuse is blown. Look at the silver-colored band inside the fuse. If the band is broken or melted, replace the fuse. Check those fuses first that protect the failed component, but check all the fuses before deciding that a blown fuse is not the cause. Replace any blown fuses with another with the same amperage (same color) and check the component’s operation.
Instrument Panel Fuse Box Diagram
The fuse box is located in the passenger compartment below the steering column behind a cover. Disengage cover by pressing a button and open cover by pulling it downwards. The numbering scheme for the fuses is given on the back of the cover.
|2||Brake lamps, hazard warning lights, information display||15|
|3||Windscreen wipers, rear window wiper, windscreen wash system||30|
|5||Adjustable front seats, position memory, clamp 30: continuous trailer current||30|
|6||Radio, infotainment system||20|
|7||Check control, engine oil level, courtesy lamp||10|
|8||Daytime running lights||10|
|9||Automatic transmission, reversing lamps||10|
|10||Heated diesel fuel filter||30|
|11||Heated exterior mirrors||10|
|12||Instruments, electronic air conditioning system, Hazard warning lights, central locking system, Vauxhall alarm system information display, radio, infotainment system||20|
|13||Adjustable exterior mirrors, electric windows, sun roof, central locking system||10|
|14||Power steering, Vauxhali alarm system, cigarette lighter, rear window blind, air conditioning system, heated front seats, heated wiper jets||30|
|15||Reversing lamps, level control system, Vauxhall alarm system, seat and mirror setting, information display, heated seats, control indicators, instruments, instrument illumination, windscreen wipers, cooling fan, headlamp range adjustment||20|
|19||ABS, TC, ESP||10|
|20||Heated seats, central locking system, rear window blind||20|
|21||Main beam (left)||10|
|22||Dipped beam (left), headlamp range adjustment||15|
|23||Parking and tail lamps (left)||10|
|26||Numberplate lamp, automatic transmission, head lamp wash system||10|
|27||Level control, accessory socket||20|
|28||Fog tail lamps||10|
|29||Cooling fan, heated seats, courtesy lamp, airbags||10|
|30||Parking and tail lamps (right)||10|
|31||Dipped beam (right), head lamp range adjustment||15|
|32||Main beam (right)||10|
|33||Electronic air conditioning system||30|
|34||Rear window, cooling fan||40|
Engine Compartment Fuse Boxes
The electrical system is protected by six main fuses in the main fuse box №1 above the battery. To open, release cover catch and lift the cover to the side. If there is a fault in one of these fuses, major parts of the electrical system will fail. Consult a workshop. We recommend your Opel/Vauxhall Authorized Repairer.
The fuses for the preheating system and fuel filter heating (diesel engine), as well as other relays and fuses depending on vehicle equipment, are located in the fuse and relay box №2. Before opening the fuse and relay box, open the main fuse box 1 and remove it upwards out of the fuse and relay box 2. Disengage the fuse and relay box 2 cover by means of the catch at the front and lift the cover upwards.