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Volkswagen Polo Owners Manual: Changing a blown fuse

Volkswagen Polo Owners Manual / Fuses / Changing a blown fuse

Fig. 174 A blown fuse

Fig. 175 Removing or fitting a fuse using the plastic pliers ①

First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings

Preparation

Detecting a blown fuse

If the metal strip is melted this indicates that the fuse has blown .

Shine a torch onto the fuse. This will help you to spot the blown fuse more easily.

Changing a fuse

NOTICE

You can damage another position in the electrical system by using a fuse with a higher amp rating.
Fuses in the vehicle
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