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Volkswagen Polo VI – fuse box diagram
Year of production: 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021.
Cigarette lighter fuses (power sockets) on the Volkswagen Polo VI are fuses F55 in the fuse box in the passenger compartment.
The entry was created on the basis of the available materials.
Press the lock button in the direction of the arrow to unlock the fuse box cover. Plastic tweezers may be on the inside of the fuse box cover.
The table shows the location of the fuses relevant to the driver. The first column in the table contains the location. Depending on the market and vehicle specification, fuse numbers and locations may be different from those given in the table. If necessary, ask your Volkswagen dealer for the exact assignment of the fuses.
|F9||Brake light sensor||7.5A, ATO®|
|F18||Front wipers||30A, ATO®|
Left-hand drive vehicle:
Reach for the cover and pull in the direction of the arrow → Fig. 1. To install: align the cover on the opposite side and fold it in the opposite direction of the arrow until you hear a click.
Right-hand drive vehicle: opening the fuse box in the dashboard Open the glove box and empty if necessary. Push the shock absorber up into the opening in the holder and pull it to the side → Fig. 2 1. Push the latches up in the direction of the arrow while opening the storage compartment further → Fig. 2 2. To install: slide the glove box into place. Insert the shock absorber into the hole in the holder and slide it upwards until you hear it click into place. Carefully push the glove box forward beyond the resistance of the tabs
|F1||Trailer control unit||20A|
|F4||Light switch||10A, ATO®|
|F5||E.electric glass roof||30A, ATO®|
|F6||Central lock||40A, ATO®|
|F8||Air blower adjustment||30A, ATO®|
|F10||Trailer wiring||20A, ATO®|
|F19||Infotainment system (car entertainment)||25A, ATO®|
|F20||ABOUTheated rear window||30A, ATO®|
|F28||Anti-theft alarm||7.5A, ATO®|
|F29||Anti-theft alarm||7.5A, ATO®|
|F31||Heating and air conditioning block;
|F43||InRear window wiper||15A, MINI®|
|F49||ABOUTleft front exterior lighting||15A, MINI®|
|F50||ABOUTright front exterior lighting||15A, MINI®|
|F52||ABOUTrear left exterior lighting||7.5A MINI®|
|F54||ABOUTright rear exterior lighting||7.5A MINI®|
|F60||S.trailer controller, right (cartridge fuse)||30A|
|F61||Trailer control unit, left(cartridge fuse)||30A|
Electric windows can be secured with circuit breakers. They switch on automatically a few seconds after an overload, e.g. frozen windows.