Dodge Sprinter - 2008 Fuse Box Diagram

Dodge Sprinter - 2008 Fuse Box Diagram

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Practical hints
What to do if ...
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Problem
Possible cause/result
Suggested solutions
The battery check lamp on the remote control
for the auxiliary heating does not light up
briefly when a button is pressed.
The remote control batteries are discharged.
±
Change the remote control batteries
(
²
page 541).
The auxiliary heating does not switch on or the
engine does not start.
Lack of fuel.
The fuel tank is less than a quarter full. The aux-
iliary heating switches off automatically.
±
Refuel at the nearest refueling station.
±
Then start the auxiliary heating repeat-
edly until the fuel lines are full.
The undervoltage protection circuit integrated
in the control unit switches off the auxiliary
heating because the on-board voltage is less
than 10 V.
±
If necessary, have the alternator and
the battery checked.
The fuse has blown.
±
Replace the fuse (
²
page 589).
±
Have the cause of the blown fuse
checked at an authorized Sprinter Deal-
er.
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Fuses
5
³
Fuses
The fuses and relays for the standard
equipment are in the main fuse box in
the footwell on the left-hand side of the
vehicle.
±
Switch off the ignition and electrical
consumers before replacing fuses.
The fuse box is in the footwell on the left-
hand side of the vehicle.
Warning
G
Only use fuses of the amperage recom-
mended by the manufacturer. Any autho-
rized Sprinter Dealer will be happy to
advise you.
Do not attempt to repair or bridge blown
fuses.
Have the cause determined and rectified
at a qualified specialist workshop, e.g. an
authorized Sprinter Dealer.
i
Additional fuses and relays for the
optional equipment are in the fuse
box in the driver’s seat.
Main fuse box
i
The fuse allocation chart for the fuse
boxes is in the vehicle document wal-
let in the glove box and names all the
numbered fuses.
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Fuses
5
1
Unlocked
2
Locked
±
To open:
release
1
the quick-re-
lease lock and remove the cover.
±
To close:
attach the cover at the bot-
tom and fold it closed.
The cover must engage.
±
Lock
2
the quick-release lock.
591
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Fuses
5
592
Practical hints
Fuses
5
No.
Consumer
Amp.
1
Horn
15 A
2
Electric steering lock ESTL
(electronic ignition switch
EIS)
25 A
3
Terminal 30 Z, vehicles
with gasoline engine/
electronic ignition switch
EIS
10 A
4
Light switch/center con-
sole switch unit
5 A
5
Windshield wipers
30 A
6
Fuel pump
15 A
7
MRM (jacket tube mod-
ule)
5 A
8
Terminal 87 (2)
20 A
No.
Consumer
Amp.
9
Terminal 87 (3)
20 A
10
Terminal 87 (4)
10 A
11
Terminal 15 R vehicle
15 A
12
Airbag control unit
10 A
13
Cigarette lighter/glove
box lighting/radio*
15 A
14
Diagnostic socket/light
switch/instrument cluster
5 A
15
Front heating system*
5 A
16
Terminal 87 (1)
10 A
17
Airbag control unit
10 A
18
Terminal 15 vehicle, brake
lamp switch
7,5 A
No.
Consumer
Amp.
19
Interior lights
7,5 A
20
Power window co-driver’s
side/terminal 30/2 signal
acquisition and actuation
module
25 A
21
Engine control unit
5 A
22
Antilock Brake System
(ABS), brake lamp switch
5 A
23
Starter motor
25 A
24
Diesel engine
components
10 A
25
12V socket on the bottom
of the center console
25 A
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Fuses
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Fuse block F55/1
Fuse block F55/2
No.
Consumer
Amp.
1
Control panel, left door
25 A
2
Diagnostic socket
10 A
3
Brake system (valves)
25 A
4
Brake system (delivery
pump)
40 A
5
Terminal 87 (5), vehicles
with gasoline engine
7,5 A
6
Terminal 87 (6), vehicles
with gasoline engine
7,5 A
7
Headlamp cleaning system*
30 A
8
Anti-theft alarm system
(ATA)*
15 A
9
Auxiliary indication module*
10 A
No.
Consumer
Amp.
10
Radio*
15 A
11
Telephone*
7,5 A
12
Front blowers/auxiliary
heating* (blower speed 1)
30 A
13
Auxiliary heating* (receiv-
er)/pre-wiring mounting
slot (center console)*
7,5 A
14
Seat heating*/center con-
sole switch unit
30 A
15
Non MB-body electrics
10 A
16
Heater (rear heating*)/air-
conditioning system,
front/CD-player*
10 A
17
Motion detector*/conve-
nience interior lighting*/
satellite radio*
10 A
18
Air conditioning in the
rear*
7,5 A
No.
Consumer
Amp.
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Fuses
5
Preliminary fuse box in the battery re-
cess in the driver’s footwell F59
The fuse box is located in the base of the
driver’s seat on the outboard side.
1
Latching springs
±
To open:
adjust the seat to its high-
est position (
²
page 69).
±
Press both latching springs
1
down
and remove the cover.
±
To close:
attach the cover at the bot-
tom and fold it closed.
The cover must engage.
No.
Consumer
Amp.
1
Pre-glow relay/second-
ary air pump
80/40 A
2
Engine fan (air-condi-
tioning system) –
cab chassis/crewcab
60/40 A
3
Signal acquisition and
actuation module SAM/
fuse and relay block SRB
80 A
4
Auxiliary battery* in the
engine compartment/
retarder*
150 A
5
Terminal 30 fuse boxes,
signal acquisition and
actuation module SAM/
fuse and relay block SRB
150 A
6
Connecting point in driv-
er’s seat base
Bridge
7
Heater booster (PTC)
150 A
Fuse box in the driver’s seat
No.
Consumer
Amp.
595
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Fuses
5
596
Practical hints
Fuse Box in the Driver’s Seat
5
Fuse Box in the Driver’s Seat
Fuses
No.
Consumer
Amp.
1
Mirror adjustment*/rear
window heating*
5 A
2
Rear window wiper*
30 A
3
Rear view camera*/tele-
phone*/pre-wiring mount-
ing slot (roof)*
5 A
4
Operating speed governor
(ADR)*/PTO*/trailer con-
nection unit AAG*
7,5 A
5
Terminal 87 electronic
transmission control ETC,
control unit/automatic
transmission, control and
switch unit
10 A
6
Unassigned
7
Electronic selector level
module ESM
10 A
8
Terminal 15 body builder, drop
side/3-way tipper
10 A
9
Roof ventilator*/audio sig-
nal equipment*
15 A
10
Terminal 30, tapping wire
body builder
25 A
11
Terminal 15, tapping wire
body builder
15 A
12
D+, tapping wire body
builder
10 A
13
Air conditioning in the rear*
30 A
No.
Consumer
Amp.
14
Trailer socket*
20 A
15
Trailer recognition device*
25 A
16
Tire pressure monitoring
system (TPMS)*/Parktron-
ic system (PTS)*
7,5 A
17
PSM control unit*
25 A
18
PSM control unit*
25 A
19
Overhead control panel*/
sliding sunroof*
5/
25 A
20
Identification lamps*
7,5 A
21
Rear window
heating* 1
30 A
22
Rear window
heating* 2
15 A
No.
Consumer
Amp.
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Fuse Box in the Driver’s Seat
5
23
12V socket* rear left, load/
passenger compartment
15 A
24
12V socket, driver’s seat
base
15 A
25
12V socket rear right, load/
passenger compartment
15 A
26
Auxiliary heating*
25 A
No.
Consumer
Amp.
27
Heater booster*
25 A
28
Unassigned
29
Unassigned
30
Brake booster*
30 A
31
Blower unit (rear heating*)/
electric sliding door*, left/
electric closing aid* (sliding
door, left*)
30/
15 A
No.
Consumer
Amp.
32
Unassigned
33
Electric sliding door*, right/
electric closing aid* (sliding
door, right)
30/
15 A
34
Unassigned
35
Unassigned
36
Unassigned
No.
Consumer
Amp.
INSTALLATION OF RADIO TRANSMITTING
EQUIPMENT
Special design considerations are incorporated into this
vehicle’s electronic system to provide immunity to radio
frequency signals. Mobile two-way radios and telephone
equipment must be installed properly by trained person-
nel. The following must be observed during installation.
The positive power connection should be made directly
to the battery and fused as close to the battery as possible.
The negative power connection should be made to body
sheet metal adjacent to the negative battery connection.
This connection should not be fused.
Antennas for two-way radios should be mounted on the
roof or the rear area of the vehicle. Care should be used
in mounting antennas with magnet bases. Magnets may
affect the accuracy or operation of the compass on
vehicles so equipped.
The antenna cable should be as short as practical and
routed away from the vehicle wiring when possible. Use
only fully shielded coaxial cable.
Carefully match the antenna and cable to the radio to
ensure a low Standing Wave Ratio (SWR).
Mobile radio equipment with output power greater than
normal may require special precautions.
All installations should be checked for possible interfer-
ence between the communications equipment and the
vehicle’s electronic systems.