In 2005, Citroen introduced the C1 subcompact hatchback, created in collaboration with Toyota and Peugeot. Its counterparts are the Peugeot 107 and Toyota Aygo. The car was produced in three-door and five-door versions. All modifications of the hatchback are front-wheel drive. Citroen C1 belongs to the A-class, is very small in size and is designed to carry four people.
In this material, we will consider the fuse circuits of the 1st generation Citroen C1 (P body) 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015.
In the engine compartment
The fuse block is located at the top of it, next to the battery.
To access it, you need to remove the protective cover.
Assignment of the fuses in the engine compartment
Automatic transmission control system, cooling fan motor - Diesel
Daytime Running Lights
Instrument cluster illumination lamp (s), direction indicators, hazard warning lights
Front / rear lamps, headlights
Interior lighting lamps, instrument cluster, audio system
Electronic engine control unit, petrol models
Cooling fan motor
High beam, right headlight
High beam left headlight
Low beam, right headlight
Left headlight low beam
Electronic engine control unit
A / C compressor electromagnetic clutch relay
In the passenger compartment
It is located behind the steering column, on both sides of the speedometer.
1) Turn the steering wheel to the left and remove screw B.
2) Turn the steering wheel to the right and remove screw C.
3) Partially unscrew screw D located at the rear of the tachometer.
Assignment of the fuses in the passenger compartment Citroen C1
Brake lights, ABS system, automatic transmission control system
Citroen C1 cigarette lighter fuse, accessory power connector
Windshield wiper / washer, rear window wiper / washer, ABS system, power steering, air conditioning / heating system, central locking, power windows, speedometer, rear window defogger, cooling fan motor
Electronic engine control unit, anti-theft system, instrument cluster, SRS system, automatic transmission control system