Iveco Daily (1989-2000) – Fuse Box Diagrams

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Iveco Daily (1989-2000) – fuse box diagram

Year of production: 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000.

Cigarette lighter fuse (power socket) on Iveco Daily (1989-2000) is fuse 33 in the fuse box.

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Iveco Daily 1989 2000 Fuse Box Diagrams

Iveco Daily – fuse box diagram
No Amperes [A] Description
1 5 Left front parking light;

Left license plate light;

Right rear parking light;

Right front and left rear light.

2 5 Lights – dashboard;

Left front parking light;

Right license plate lighting;

Left rear parking light;

Left front and right rear light.

3 7.5 Clearance lights;

Left dipped beam;

4 7.5 Right dipped beam
5 7.5 Left main beam
6 7.5 Right traffic light
7 3 Electronic speedometer or tachograph
8 5 Brake – instrument – indicator failure
9 10 Fog lamps
10 3 Rear fog lights
11 5 Interior lighting (bus)
12 7.5 Not used
13 10 Emergency lights
И 5 Direction indicators on tractors
15 3 Engine stop
16 7.5 Reversing lamps;

Stop lights.

17 10 Homs
18 7.5 Indoor lighting;

Cigar lighter.

19 15 Heated fuel oil filter
twenty 10 Windshield wiper;

Windshield washer pump.

21 15 Electric heater;

Electromagnetic fan.

22 7.5 Push-in lighting;

Flashing light.

23 25 Electric window;

Electromagnetic fan.

24 10 Emergency control button (Bus)
25 twenty Air conditioning
26 twenty Air conditioning
27 25 Air conditioning
28 25 An electric heater
29 40 Thermostat control unit
Relays
E1 Dipped beam (switch contacts)
E2 Main beam (NO contact)
E3 Cutting off users at the initial stage

(lack of contact).

E4 Fog lights (switch contacts)
E5 Heated fuel oil filter
E6 Emergency control unit
E7 Daytime running lights + fog lamps
E8 Corners (NO contact)
E9 Intermittent windshield wiper
E10 Flashing light (NO contact)
E11 Emergency control LED

(with daytime running lights).

E12 Not used
E13 Braking system failure

(switch contact).

E14a Emergency control unit

(with daytime running lights).

E14b Emergency control unit

(with daytime running lights).

E15 Direction indicators;

Emergency one-time charging.

C. Air conditioning

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