Dodge Sprinter - 2006 Fuse Box Diagram

Dodge Sprinter - 2006 Fuse Box Diagram

UNDERSTANDING THE FEATURES OF YOUR VEHICLE
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Electric Sun Roof (Optional)
See Section 4, Understanding Your Instrument Panel,
for switch locations.
Place the key in position 2 in the
ignition lock.
To open the electric sun roof:
Keep switch pressed upward until
the sun roof has reached the desired
position or the end position.
To close the electric sun roof:
Keep switch pressed downward until the sun roof has
reached the desired position or is completely closed.
Mechanical Operation of Electric Sun Roof
The sun roof does not open or close:
Check electrical fuse. Electrical fuses refer to “Electrical
Fuses“.
If the fuse works correctly, the sun roof can also be
closed or opened manually.
WARNING!
Never allow fingers or other body parts, or any ob-
ject to project through the sun roof opening. Inju-
ry may result.
Make sure that nobody can be trapped when
closing the sun roof.
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UNDERSTANDING YOUR INSTRUMENT PANEL
Legend For Instruments And Controls
1.
Left-hand air vent.
2.
Multifunction switch.
3.
Speed control
.
4.
Hood release lever
.
5.
Instrument cluster, refer to "Instrument Cluster
and Indicator Lamps".
6.
Hazard warning flasher switch
.
7.
Steering wheel with horn, front driver airbag
.
8.
Fuse box
.
9.
Windshield wiper switch, refer to "Windshield
Wiper Switch".
10. Ignition lock/starter switch
.
11. Center air vents
.
12. Upper air vents
.
13. Radio, see individual manual.
14. Temperature control switch
.
15. Airflow control switch
.
16. Air distribution switch
.
17. Temperature sensor, automatic heating
control/air conditioning, regulated
.
18. Air conditioning switch
.
19. Heater booster switch
.
20. Residual engine heat utilization switch
.
21. Gear selector lever (automatic transmission)
22. Timer for auxiliary heater
.
23. Electrical outlet
.
24. Ashtray
.
25. Cup holder
.
26. Front passenger airbag
.
27. Right-hand air vent
.
28. Glove compartment
.
NOTE: For layout of switches, see previous page.
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UNDERSTANDING YOUR INSTRUMENT PANEL
AUXILIARY HEATER – TIPS FOR COPING WITH
PROBLEMS
NOTE:
After three successive attempts to start the
heater, a malfunction will be recorded in the integrated
diagnostic system and no further operation on
auxiliary heater will be available (lock-out). The work
to annul the lock-out must be carried out at an
authorized Sprinter Dealer.
The heater either does not switch on or automatically
switches off:
Insufficient fuel, fill up the fuel tank. Start up heater
two times, until the fuel lines are filled.
The auxiliary heater will automatically switch off if
the fuel level is under about 4 US gal (15 l).
• The fuses in the fuse box are damaged. Electric
fuses.
• The battery voltage is too low, an undervoltage
protector switches off the heater if the battery
voltage falls below about 10 volts.
The heater motor does not run
The battery voltage is too low, check the battery.
Batteries.
The fuses in the fuse box are damaged.
Electric fuses.
The heater motor is damaged.
Overheating
The air channels are clogged.
The heater can be restarted once the fault has been
repaired. When this is done, the heater should be
switched on and off.
The heater will remain switched off after it has been
overheated a number of times (about 10 times in
succession).
Have
the
fault
repaired
by
an
authorized Sprinter Dealer.
NOTE:
Repairs should only be made by an authorized
Sprinter Dealer.
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Legend For Engine Compartment
1.
Washer system fluid reservoir.
2.
Maintenance indicator for air cleaner element
(Optional).
3.
Oil dipstick.
4.
Oil filler neck.
5.
Ribbed V-belt.
Auxiliary drive (Optional) refer to “Auxiliary
drive“.
6.
Fuel filter with water separator.
7.
Hydraulic brake fluid reservoir.
8.
Coolant reservoir.
9.
Battery
The auxiliary battery is located underneath the
front passenger seat (optional equipment).
10. Fuse box
(These special fuses should only be replaced at by
an authorized Sprinter Dealer).
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Upholstery
Using aftermarket seat covers or wearing clothing that
have the tendency to give off coloring (e.g. when wet
etc.) may cause the upholstery to become permanently
discolored. By lining the
seats
with
a proper
intermediate cover, contact discoloration will be
prevented.
Leather Upholstery
Wipe leather upholstery with a damp cloth and dry
thoroughly or clean with a leather care product.
Exercise particular care when cleaning perforated
leather as its underside should not become wet.
Cloth Upholstery
Clean with soft bristle brush, or use a dry-shampoo
cleaner in case of excessive dirt.
Tex Upholstery
Pour an interior care product onto soft lint-free cloth
and apply with light pressure.
Hard Plastic Trim Items
Pour an interior care product onto soft lint-free cloth
and apply with light pressure.
Plastic and Rubber Parts
Do not use oil or wax on these parts.
Do not use any caustic or alcohol-based or solvent-
based substances to clean plastic surfaces.
Avoid the use of stain removers, iodine tincture, nail
varnish and nail varnish remover, acetone, methylated
spirits, chlorine or ammonium-based cleaning agents,
cleaning agents containing abrasive substances.
ELECTRICAL FUSES
Damaged fuses are recognizable from their burnt-out
filament.
Prior to exchanging a fuse, turn the key in the ignition-
column lock to the 0 position and switch off the
consumer involved.
NOTE:
Fuses must not be bridged. Replace fuses with
specified rated current. Only replace fuses when the
cause of the malfunction has been rectified.
NOTE:
Fuses and relays (standard equipment) are on
the underside of the ignition column, refer to "Fuses
and Relays Standard Equipment".
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Fuses, relays and diodes (optional equipment) are
below the driver’s seat, refer to "Optional Fuse and
Relay Equipment".
Standard Fuse and Relay Equipment
Locked (1)
Unlocked (2)
Detent spring – engage when the cover is fitted (3)
CAUTION!
When replacing a blown fuse, it is important to
use only a fuse having the correct amperage
rating. The use of a fuse with a rating other than
indicated may result in a dangerous electrical
system overload. If a properly rated fuse
continues to blow, it indicates a problem in the
circuit that must be corrected.
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Position of fuses and relays
Fuses (4)
Relays (5)
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Fuse Assignment, Standard Equipment
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Relay Assignment, Standard Equipment
Windshield wiper motor (W) (1)
Diesel engine control unit (M) (2)
Turn signals (B) (3)
Fuse and Relay Optional Equipment
The cover is located below the driver’s seat.
Remove cover:
1.
Press both detent springs down and remove cover.
Install cover:
2.
Position cover at bottom and engage both detent
springs.
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Fuse, Relay, and Diode Assignments – Optional Equipment
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NOTE:
The arrangement of the fuses (1) depends on
the optional equipment installed on the vehicle. The
assignments are shown on the inside of the cover of the
fuse box.
Diodes:
No.
Circuit
1.
Not in use
2.
Not in use
3.
Not in use
4.
Not in use
Fuses:
No.
Rated
Circuit
5.
10A
Immobilizer
6.
7.5A
Anti-lock brake system (ABS) Electronic
Stability program (ESP
®
)
*
7.
25A
Anti-lock brake system (ABS) Electronic
Stability program (ESP
®
)
*
8.
40A
Not in use Electronic Stability program
(ESP
®
)
*
9.
40A
Anti-lock brake system (ABS)
10.
Not in use
Relays:
No.
Circuit
11.
Not in use
12.
Starter relay
13.
Not in use
*
2500 Type Vehicles only