Fuse box diagram (fuse layout), location, and assignment of fuses Peugeot Boxer (1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006).
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:
- Immobilize 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 color); 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 in the lower part of the fascia (left and right-hand side) and in the engine compartment. The spare fuses and special pliers are fixed to the inside of the lids of the fascia panel fuse boxes.
Passenger Compartment Fuse Boxes
Unscrew the bolts, and then tilt the cover to access the fuses.
Left-hand fuse box
|12||5||Front and rear right side lights|
|13||5||Front and rear left side lights|
|24||5||Number plate and trailer lights - Side lights warning light - Lights stalk|
|27||7.5||Electric mirrors - Cruise control - Telephone - Chronotachograph - Remote control - Alarm|
|31||10||Reversing lights - Front fog lamps relay - Air conditioning relay - Heated mirrors relay - Heated rear screen relay - 12 volt socket|
|33||7.5||Rear fog lamp|
|35||7.5||ABI - Electric window controls|
|39||10||Interior lighting - EOBD diagnostic socket|
|49||20||Headlamp wash pump|
|52||20||Front power socket|
|53||10||Direction indicators- Hazard lights - Instrument panel|
|55||30||Passenger compartment electric ventilator - Webasto unit - Heating/air conditioning ventilation - Webasto heating ventilation - Webasto supply|
Right-hand fuse box
|34||10||Chronotachograph - Telephone - Alarm - Remote control - Air conditioning control|
|40||15||Right heated rear screen|
|41||10||Heated exterior mirrors|
|45||15||Driver's heated seat|
|47||20||Front left door electric window (ABI)|
|48||20||Front right door electric window (ABI)|
|54||15||Left heated rear screen|
|56||30||Additional air conditioning|
|57||15||Additional heating ventilation|
|59||15||Air conditioning supply|
|64||20||Rear power socket - Intake ventilation (Minibus version)|
|65||10||Socket for special equipment|
Engine Compartment Fuse Box Diagram
Unclip the cover to gain access to the fuses.
|1||60||Passenger compartment 27-fuse box|
|2||50||Pre-heat box - Heating resistor (2.8 litreengines)|
|4||50||Anti-lock braking system (ABS)|
|5||40||Cooled air system|
|6||40||Fan assembly (low speed)|
|7||40/60||Fan assembly (high speed) / Fan assemblyrelay (high speed with air conditioning)|
|9||15||Headlamps and fog lamps|
|10||15||Horn - Steering wheel lever control|
|11||10||Engine management control unit (secondary)|
|14||10||Right-hand dipped headlamp|
|15||10||Left-hand dipped headlamp|
|16||7.5||Engine management control unit supply - Transponder|
|17||10||Engine management control unit (primary)|
|18||7.5||Engine management control unit - Transponder|
|19||7.5||Air conditioning compressor|
|22||20||Engine management control unit (primary)|
|30||15||Left and right-hand main beam headlamps|