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Fuse Box
« on: December 13, 2006, 23:46:26 PM »
Don't suppose anybody here has a diagram of a fuse box, showing what the fuses are for and what voltage the fuses should be, for a Calibra, 2L, 16 valve? Tiggi

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Re: Fuse Box
« Reply #1 on: December 13, 2006, 23:48:36 PM »
Don't suppose anybody here has a diagram of a fuse box, showing what the fuses are for and what voltage the fuses should be, for a Calibra, 2L, 16 valve? Tiggi

Isn't there one on the inside of the fuse box cover?

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Re: Fuse Box
« Reply #2 on: December 13, 2006, 23:53:14 PM »


1. 10A - Parking and tail lights Left
2. 20A - Heated front seats, Cigarette lighter, Control Indicators
3. 10A - Main beam left
4. 30A - Heater fan (*1)
5. 10A - Dipped beam left, Headlamp range adjuster
6. 30A - Front/Rear Wipers
7. 15A - Turning signal lamps, brake lamps ABS
8. 15A - Courtesy lamp, Luggage compartment lamp, Hazard warning flasher, Dual info display, Radio, Trip computer
9. 10A - Instrument illumination, Number plate lamp, Traction control
10. 30A - Sunroof

11. 20A - Fuel pump
12. 10A - Electrically adjustable exterior mirror, Electrically operated door windows
13. 20A - Fog Lamps
14. 10A - ABS, Automatic transmission
15. 30A - Heated rear window, heated exterior mirrors
16. 10A - Automatic transmission
17. 20A - Central door locking system
18. 10A - (sweden Only) Daylight driving lamps
19. 10A - Four-wheel drive
20. 20A - Horn

21. 10A - Parking and tail lights Right
22. 10A - Reverse lamps, Dual info display, Trip computer, headlamp warning device
23. 10A - Main beam Right
24. 30A - Cooling fan (*1)
25. 10A - Dipped beam Right
26. - Blank
27. 10A - Fog tail lamp
28. 20A - Terminal 30: constant current for caravan/trailer
29. 30A - Healamp wash system
30. 30A - Electrically operated door windows
31 + 32. - Spare fuses

33 warning buzzer headlights left on
34 turn signal
35 wiper intermittent
36 rear foglights (Yes it is just meant to be wire loop)
37 front foglights
38 horn or heated screen (depends on year..early horn later heated screen),,could also be behind fuse box for the horn

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Re: Fuse Box
« Reply #3 on: December 13, 2006, 23:55:55 PM »
Brilliant pic & key to fuse box (I've given you an 'applaud').  Which model/year is that on?  It would be great if we could get equally good pics from each model for Ash to put into a guide...

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Re: Fuse Box
« Reply #4 on: December 14, 2006, 00:00:22 AM »
Brilliant pic & key to fuse box (I've given you an 'applaud').  Which model/year is that on?  It would be great if we could get equally good pics from each model for Ash to put into a guide...


Not sure on year but the fuses and the relays relate to all Calibra's

ie, If you have a turbo then there would be a fuse in number 19  :)

There's also this list from V6calibra.com that's very handy :

http://www.v6calibra.com/docs/calibra_v6_fuses.htm

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Re: Fuse Box
« Reply #5 on: December 14, 2006, 00:06:25 AM »
Wow RobbieV, you know everything..!!

So if I go look at a Turbo and there is no fuse in no19 slot, what will happen and should I be worried..??
Hello, my all original SE6 auto. 71,000 miles (approx) and still going strong....

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« Reply #6 on: December 14, 2006, 00:08:06 AM »
Wow RobbieV, you know everything..!!

So if I go look at a Turbo and there is no fuse in no19 slot, what will happen and should I be worried..??

 ;D

If there's no fuse in slot 19 then the 4x4 is disengaged and running in two wheel mode  :)

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Re: Fuse Box
« Reply #7 on: December 14, 2006, 00:09:08 AM »
;D

If there's no fuse in slot 19 then the 4x4 is disengaged and running in two wheel mode  :)

They may have done this because there is a problem with the transfer box...

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Re: Fuse Box
« Reply #8 on: December 14, 2006, 00:17:07 AM »
hmmmmmmmmm.............. ....will have to be aware of that.

And what's this I hear about topping up the power steering pump so the car is drivable as a 2wd car..??

anyway, back to fuses; how come some of them are empty in the slot and the text reads what ir corresponds to followed by (*1), eg; fuse 4. 30A - Heater fan (*1).

What does this mean..??
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Re: Fuse Box
« Reply #9 on: December 14, 2006, 00:21:33 AM »
> And what's this I hear about topping up the power steering pump so the car is drivable as a 2wd car..??

Bollocks. Just make sure it's not under filled or over filled.
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Re: Fuse Box
« Reply #10 on: December 14, 2006, 21:46:26 PM »
Thanks for the diagram and info Robbie. Yes you're right J@zV6, there is one on the inside of the fuse box cover, but it doesn't tell me everything I want to know! Still trying to sort out this leak, but I'll post the problem on another board.

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Re: Fuse Box
« Reply #11 on: December 15, 2006, 02:00:04 AM »
> 38 horn or heated screen (depends on year..early horn later heated screen),,could also be behind fuse box for the horn

what year did heated screens come in?
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Re: Fuse Box
« Reply #12 on: December 15, 2006, 18:52:46 PM »
> 38 horn or heated screen (depends on year..early horn later heated screen),,could also be behind fuse box for the horn

what year did heated screens come in?

I think its heated rear screens

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Re: Fuse Box
« Reply #13 on: December 16, 2006, 19:03:05 PM »
apologies for jumping the thread,

but with the fuses; how come some of them are empty in the slot and the text reads what ir corresponds to followed by (*1), eg; fuse 4. 30A - Heater fan (*1).

What does this mean..??
Hello, my all original SE6 auto. 71,000 miles (approx) and still going strong....

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Re: Fuse Box
« Reply #14 on: December 16, 2006, 20:17:38 PM »
Sorry no idea

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Re: Fuse Box
« Reply #15 on: December 07, 2012, 10:38:54 AM »
Headlight washer relay

Where is loacated this relay, what color?  :)

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Re: Fuse Box
« Reply #16 on: December 07, 2012, 11:37:42 AM »

Headlight Washer Relay... Where's it located, and what's it's colour?  :)

I'm not sure about any Relay for this option, but check Fuse No. 29 it uses a 10A Red Fuse...
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Re: Fuse Box
« Reply #17 on: December 07, 2012, 11:46:39 AM »
I saw the fuse for it, but on the following link looks like the relay exist also...
(number 15 part)

http://ecat24.com/opel/catalog/part/1/11/572/480/4920,4914/

 HEADLAMP WASHER RELAY  90452402    6238521

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Re: Fuse Box
« Reply #18 on: December 29, 2013, 18:40:43 PM »
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