Smart Passion - 2013 Fuse Box Diagram

Smart Passion - 2013 Fuse Box Diagram

X
Turn the battery on using the previously
installed battery switch.
X
Move the gear selector lever to park
position
P
.
X
Remove the key from the starter switch.
X
Lock the doors.
!
Do not flat tow the vehicle with the front
axle raised. Doing so may cause serious
damage to the brake system which is not
covered by the smart Limited Warranty.
!
Failure to follow the recommendations
for flat towing can cause damage to your
vehicle:
R
Not following the battery disconnect
procedure in the proper sequence may
result in data loss in the vehicle’s
control units.
R
Not disconnecting the battery and
leaving the key in starter switch
position
1
(ignition on) may result in
-
the vehicle locking. The vehicle will
lock if the wheels are turning at
vehicle speeds of approximately
8 mph (14 km/h) or more.
-
the ESP
®
being activated. Active
braking action through the ESP
®
may
seriously damage the brake system
which is not covered by the smart
Limited Warranty.
R
Not moving the gear selector lever to
neutral position
N
may result in
significant transmission damage.
R
in a discharged battery.
Fuses
The electrical fuses in your vehicle serve
to switch off malfunctioning power
circuits.
If a fuse is blown, the components and
systems secured by that fuse will stop
operating.
G
WARNING
Only use fuses approved by smart with the
specified amperage for the system in
question and do not attempt to repair or
bridge a blown fuse this may cause an
overload leading to a fire, and/or cause
damage to electrical components and/or
systems. Contact a smart center if you
encounter any electrical problems.
!
A blown fuse must be replaced by an
appropriate spare fuse (recognizable by
its color or the fuse rating given on the
fuse) of the amperage recommended in
the fuse chart. Any smart center will be
glad to advise you on this subject.
If a newly inserted fuse blows again, have
the cause determined and rectified at an
authorized smart center.
Before replacing fuses:
R
Engage the parking brake.
R
Make sure the gear selector lever is in
park position
P
.
R
Turn off all electrical accessories.
R
Turn off the engine.
R
Remove the key from the starter switch.
Replacing a fuse
The fuse box is located on the driver’s side
below the dashboard.
Fuses
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X
From the fuse chart (
Y
page 208),
determine which fuse belongs to the
malfunctioning accessory or component.
X
Remove the respective fuse.
X
Replace the defective fuse with a new one
of the same amperage.
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Fuses
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Fuse box
Front side
:
-
\
Fuse
y
-
¥
Backup fuse slots
Fuses
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Rear side
^
-
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Fuse
Fuse chart
No.
Accessory/Component
Amperage
Color
:
Engine
25 A
Neutral
;
Windshield wipers
25 A
Neutral
=
Power window (left and right)
20 A
Yellow
?
Passenger compartment blower (HVAC)
25 A
Neutral
A
Front fog lamps, LED daytime running lamps
10 A
Red
B
Right parking lamp, right tail lamp, license
plate lamps
7.5 A
Brown
C
Left parking lamp, left tail lamp
7.5 A
Brown
D
Engine, transmission, shifter
25 A
Neutral
E
Engine
7.5 A
Brown
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Fuses
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No.
Accessory/Component
Amperage
Color
F
Engine, transmission, shifter
15 A
Blue
G
ESP
®
control unit
25 A
Neutral
H
Exterior lamp switch, turn signal lamp
switch, cockpit switch module, on-board
diagnostics socket, transmission control
unit, exterior rear view mirror heating,
anti-theft warning system, rain-light
sensor, auxiliary instruments, central
locking system, instrument cluster, Tire
Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS), brake
and turn signal lamps (left and right)
10 A
Red
I
J
Air conditioning compressor
15 A
Blue
K
Audio, subwoofer, sound system, soft top
(cabriolet only), interior light
15 A
Blue
L
Fuel pump with fuel level sensor
15 A
Blue
M
Rear window wiper (coupé only)
15 A
Blue
N
ESP
®
control unit, EPS control unit, restraint
system
10 A
Red
O
Engine control unit, transmission control
unit, Tire Pressure Monitoring System
(TPMS), on-board diagnostics socket
7.5 A
Brown
P
Air conditioning system, exterior rear view
mirror adjustment, washer pump, audio, seat
heating, wiper switch, soft top switch
(cabriolet only)
10 A
Red
Q
Auxiliary power outlet
15 A
Blue
R
Left low‑beam headlamp
7.5 A
Brown
S
Right low‑beam headlamp
7.5 A
Brown
T
Backup lamp
15 A
Blue
U
Right high‑beam headlamp
7.5 A
Brown
V
Left high‑beam headlamp
7.5 A
Brown
W
Engine
7.5 A
Brown
X
Rear window defroster, radiator cooling fan
40 A
Orange
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No.
Accessory/Component
Amperage
Color
Y
Soft top (cabriolet only)
30 A
Green
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Transmission control unit
40 A
Orange
\
Horn, central locking system
20 A
Yellow
^
_
Starter switch (ignition)
50 A
Red
a
ESP
®
control unit
40 A
Orange
©
EPS control unit
30 A
Green
y
Exterior rear view mirror heating
7.5 A
Brown
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Brake lamps
7.5 A
Brown
|
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¡
Windshield unit car2go
10 A
Red
¢
£
Interior lighting
5 A
Light brown
¤
Surround sound system
20 A
Yellow
¥
Seat heating control unit
25 A
Neutral
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Fuses
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When doing so, observe that the display
and buttons on control element
?
both
point upwards.
Control element on the charging cable
(Level 1)
G
WARNING
When connected to a power supply socket, a
high electrical load during the charging
process can lead to overheating of the
external power supply. There is a risk of
fire.
Find out about the maximum permissible
current load of the external power supply
socket for the respective country at an
authorized electric drive smart center.
Check the maximum permissible charge
current on site before you begin the
charging process. Contact an authorized
electric drive smart center should you
require assistance. If necessary, adjust
the settings of your vehicle.
!
An excessive charge current can blow a
fuse or lead to overheating of the
external power supply. Check whether the
external power supply is compatible
with the set charge current. If necessary,
lower the set charge current or use
another power socket.
:
AC status display
;
Monitoring and safety system display
=
Charge current display
?
Set charge current button
If the lights on indicator lamps
:
and
;
light up, it means the following:
Indicator lamp
:
lights up
green
The connection to the
external power supply is
OK. The high‑voltage
battery can be charged.
flashes red
A malfunction is detected
in the external power
supply. The high‑voltage
battery will be charged
when the current signal
reaches a normal value.
lights up
red
There is a malfunction.
The charging cable must
be unplugged from the
power socket and plugged
in again.
Indicator lamp
;
lights up
green
There is no malfunction.
The high‑voltage battery
can be charged.
lights up
red
The power supply on the
control element is not
permissible. The
high‑voltage battery
cannot be charged.
i
Information on problems during the
charging process can be found on
(
Y
page 117).
X
To set the charge current:
press
button
?
repeatedly until the desired
setting is selected in display
=
.
R
An LED lights up: minimum setting
R
All LEDs light up: maximum setting
i
Depending on the country, the value of
the maximum setting may vary.
High-voltage battery
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Installing towing eye bolt
The towing eye bolt can be screwed into
threaded holes which are located behind
covers on the front and rear bumper.
Front cover
Rear covers
X
Remove respective cover
:
or
;
using
a suitable object to reveal the threaded
hole for the towing eye bolt.
X
Screw towing eye bolt in clockwise to its
stop and tighten with a suitable object.
G
WARNING
For safety reasons, recovery or lashing
down of the vehicle by means of the towing
eye is not allowed. Failure to observe this
could result in the towing eye being ripped
out of its mounting and people being
injured.
Towing the vehicle
X
Engage the parking brake.
X
Connect the strap or tow bar to the towing
eye.
X
Switch on the ignition.
X
Depress the brake pedal and keep it
pressed.
X
Move the gear selector lever to neutral
position
N
.
X
Release the brake pedal.
X
Switch on the hazard warning flasher.
X
Release the parking brake.
Wait for at least 2 minutes after the vehicle
has been towed until start working on the
vehicle.
Fuses
The electrical fuses in your vehicle serve
to switch off malfunctioning power
circuits.
If a fuse is blown, the components and
systems secured by that fuse will stop
operating.
G
WARNING
Only use fuses approved by smart with the
specified amperage for the system in
question and do not attempt to repair or
bridge a blown fuse this may cause an
overload leading to a fire, and/or cause
damage to electrical components and/or
systems. Contact an authorized electric
drive smart center if you encounter any
electrical problems.
!
A blown fuse must be replaced by an
appropriate spare fuse (recognizable by
its color or the fuse rating given on the
fuse) of the amperage recommended in
the fuse chart. Any smart center will be
glad to advise you on this subject.
198
Fuses
>> Practical hints.
If a newly inserted fuse blows again, have
the cause determined and rectified at an
authorized electric drive smart center.
Before replacing fuses:
R
Engage the parking brake.
R
Make sure the gear selector lever is in
park position
P
.
R
Turn off all electrical accessories.
R
Switch off the drive system.
R
Remove the key from the starter switch.
Replacing a fuse
The fuse box is located on the driver’s side
below the dashboard.
X
From the fuse chart (
Y
page 201),
determine which fuse belongs to the
malfunctioning accessory or component.
X
Remove the respective fuse.
X
Replace the defective fuse with a new one
of the same amperage.
Fuses
199
>> Practical hints.
Z
Fuse box
Front side
:
-
\
Fuse
y
-
¥
Backup fuse slots
200
Fuses
>> Practical hints.
Rear side
^
-
©
Fuse
Fuse chart
No.
Accessory/Component
Amperage
Color
:
Passenger compartment blower
25 A
Neutral
;
Windshield wipers
25 A
Neutral
=
Power window (left and right)
20 A
Yellow
?
A
Front fog lamps, LED daytime running lamps
10 A
Red
B
Right parking lamp, right tail lamp, license
plate lamps
7.5 A
Brown
C
Left parking lamp, left tail lamp
7.5 A
Brown
D
Vehicle interior pre-heating and cooling
25 A
Neutral
Fuses
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No.
Accessory/Component
Amperage
Color
E
CPC, shifter, brake force booster vacuum
pump
7.5 A
Brown
F
Coolant pumps 1 and 2, high-voltage battery
15 A
Blue
G
ESP
®
control unit
25 A
Neutral
H
Exterior lamp switch, turn signal lamp
switch, cockpit switch module, on-board
diagnostics socket, exterior rear view
mirror heating, anti-theft warning system,
rain-light sensor, charge level and power
gauges, central locking system, instrument
cluster, Tire Pressure Monitoring System
(TPMS), brake and turn signal lamps (left and
right)
10 A
Red
I
J
K
Safety circuit high-voltage battery
15 A
Blue
L
M
Rear window wiper (coupé only)
15 A
Blue
N
ESP
®
control unit, EPS control unit, restraint
systems
10 A
Red
O
Electric drive components
7.5 A
Brown
P
Air conditioning system, exterior rear view
mirror adjustment, washer pump, audio, seat
heating, wiper switch, cruise control, soft
top switch (cabriolet only)
10 A
Red
Q
Auxiliary power outlet
15 A
Blue
R
Left low‑beam headlamp
7.5 A
Brown
S
Right low‑beam headlamp
7.5 A
Brown
T
Backup lamp
15 A
Blue
U
Right high‑beam headlamp
7.5 A
Brown
V
Left high‑beam headlamp
7.5 A
Brown
W
Electric drive components
7.5 A
Brown
X
Rear window defroster
40 A
Orange
Y
Soft top (cabriolet only)
30 A
Green
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Fuses
>> Practical hints.
No.
Accessory/Component
Amperage
Color
Z
Radiator cooling fan
40 A
Orange
\
Horn, central locking system
20 A
Yellow
^
_
Starter switch (ignition)
50 A
Red
a
ESP
®
control unit
40 A
Orange
©
EPS control unit
30 A
Green
y
Exterior rear view mirror heating
7.5 A
Brown
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Brake lamps
7.5 A
Brown
|
~
On-board diagnostics socket, tire pressure
monitor control unit
7.5 A
Brown
¡
Coolant pump, electric drive components, HV
PTC, HV interior PTC heater passenger
compartment, windshield unit car2go
10 A
Red
¢
Audio, subwoofer, sound system, soft top
(cabriolet only)
15 A
Blue
£
Interior lighting
5 A
Light brown
¤
Surround sound system
20 A
Yellow
¥
Seat heating control unit
25 A
Neutral
Fuses
203
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