Fuse box diagram (fuse layout), location, and assignment of fuses Peugeot 206 (1998, 1999, 2000, 2001).
Checking and Replacing Fuses
Your vehicle’s electrical system is protected from overloading by fuses. If any lights, accessories, or controls in the vehicle do not work, inspect the appropriate circuit protector. If a fuse has blown, the inside element will be melted.
Before changing a fuse, it is necessary to:
- Immobilise the vehicle and switch off the ignition,
- Switch off all electrical consumers,
- Identify the failed fuse using the fuse allocation tables and diagrams in the following pages,
- Identify and correct the cause of the problem.
When replacing a fuse, you must always:
- Use the special tweezer to extract the fuse from its holder and check the condition of its element,
- Replace a failed fuse by one of the same rating (same colour); the use of a different rating fuse could cause a fault (risk of fire).
If the same fuse blows again, avoid using that system and have the vehicle’s electrical system checked by PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified workshop as soon as possible.
The fuse boxes are located under the fascia and in the engine compartment.
Passenger Compartment Fuse Box
Unscrew the catch a quarter turn using a coin then remove the cover to gain access to the fuses. The spare fuses and the pliers are fitted inside of the fascia fuse box lid.
|1||15||Heated seat - Alarm|
|4||20||Multifunction display - Boot lighting - Audio equipment - Steering wheel controls - Trailer|
|5||15||Automatic gearbox diagnostics|
|6||10||Coolant level - Automatic gearbox - Audio equipment - Steering wheel angle sensor (ESP)|
|7||15||Driving school accessory - Alarm fitted as an accessory|
|9||30||Rear electric windows|
|10||40||Rear screen and mirror demisting|
|11||15||Rear windscreen wiper|
|12||30||Front electric windows - Sunroof|
|14||10||Engine fuse box - Air bags - Steering wheel controls - Rain sensor|
|15||15||Instrument panel - Multifunction display - Air conditioning - Audio equipment|
|16||30||Locking/unlocking controls for doors, bonnet and boot|
|20||10||Right-hand brake light|
|21||15||Left-hand brake light - 3rd brake light|
|22||20||Front courtesy light - Map reading light - Glove box lighting - Lighter|
Engine Compartment Fuse Box Diagram
To gain access to the box in the engine compartment (next to the battery), unclip the cover. After carrying out work, close the cover very carefully.
|4*||70||Built-in systems interface supply|
|5*||70||Built-in systems interface supply|
|7*||30||Ignition switch supply|
|8*||20||Audio equipment amplifier|
|1||10||Pre-heat unit (diesel) - Water in diesel sensor - Reversing lights switch - Speed sensor - Air flow sensor (diesel)|
|2||15||Canister solenoid valve - Fuel pump|
|3||10||ABS/ESP engine control unit - ESP stop switch|
|4||10||Automatic gearbox control unit - Engine control unit|
|6||15||Front fog lamps|
|7||20||Headlamp wash pump|
|8||20||Fan assembly relay - Engine control unit - Diesel injection pump - Diesel high pressure regulator - Engine management solenoid valve|
|9||15||Left-hand dipped beam|
|10||15||Right-hand dipped beam|
|11||10||Left-hand main beam|
|12||15||Right-hand main beam|
|14||10||Front and rear windscreen wash pumps|
|15||30||Throttle housing heater - Diesel injection pump - Oxygen sensor - Engine control unit - Air flow sensor - Ignition coil - Engine management solenoid valve - Diesel heater - Injectors|
|16||30||Air pump relay|
|17||30||High and low speed windscreen wiper|
|18||40||Air conditioning fan|
* The maxi fuses provide additional protection for the electrical systems. Any work on these must be carried out by a PEUGEOT dealer.