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Volkswagen Polo Owners Manual: Fuses in the vehicle

Volkswagen Polo Owners Manual / Fuses / 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 warnings

Fuses must always be replaced by a new fuse with the same amp rating (same colour and markings) and size.

Colour coding of fuses

Colour Amp rating
Purple 3
Light brown 5
Brown 7.5
Red 10
Blue 15
Yellow 20
White or clear 25
Green 30
Orange 40

Opening the fuse box in the dash panel

Opening the fuse box in the engine compartment

NOTICE

This chapter does not refer to all the fuses located in the vehicle. These should be changed only by a qualified workshop.

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