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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
Fig. 172 Dash panel on the driver side: fuse box cover Fig. 173 In the front left of the engine compartment: fuse box cover First read and observe the introductory information and safety war ...

Changing a bulb
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Other materials:

Spare wheel or temporary spare wheel
Fig. 148 In luggage compartment: variant A: handwheel for securing spare wheel and variant B: handwheel for securing temporary spare wheel First read and observe the introductory information and safety warningsRemoving the spare wheel Open the tailgate then lift up and secure the variab ...

Changing bulbs in the front headlights (halogen H7)
Fig. 180 Rear view of the right-hand H7 front headlight: dipped beam ①, turn signal ②, and main beam and side light ③ First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings The actions should only be carried out in the speci ...

Refrigerant Circuit with Expansion Valve
A-Low pressure side of refrigerant circuit. B-High pressure side of refrigerant circuit.         Component Aggregate State of Refrigerant Pressure bar (psi) Positive Pressure Temperature ...

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