Fuses and relays Suzuki Vitara, 1998 - 2006

The Suzuki Vitara has been produced in four generations from 1988 to the present and is shipped worldwide. For some markets, the model received the prefix "Grand" in the name and was sold as Suzuki Grand Vitara, Grand Escudo, XL-7 . In our material you will find a description of the second generation fuse boxes and relays of the Suzuki Vitara produced in 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2006. We will show the locations of the blocks, their photographs and diagrams. Let's highlight the fuse responsible for the cigarette lighter.

The design of the blocks and the purpose of their elements may differ from that shown and depend on the year of manufacture, the country of delivery and the level of equipment.

In the engine compartment

Located on the right side next to the battery.

Type 1


A / Legend
F1 (15A / 25A) Optional equipment
F2 (15A) Gasoline: Engine management
F3 (15A) RH headlight
F4 (15A)
F5 (60A)
F6 (Z30A) Instrument panel fuse / relay box
F7 (60A) Ignition lock circuits
F8 (50A) ABS / ESP system
F9 (80A / 100A) Main
F10 (30A) Engine management
F11 (25A) Air conditioning system

Additional elements - Decoding:

  1. Fuse or relay for bodywork;
  2. Fuse or relay for bodywork;
  3. A / C compressor relay;
  4. Air conditioner fan relay;
  5. Fuses for additional equipment

Type 2

Photo - example.

1 Air conditioning relay
2 Relay No. 1 of high speed e / d condenser fan
3 Fog lamp relay
4 Horn relay
5 Condenser fan relay
6 Relay No. 2 high speed e / d condenser fan
7 Transmission control relay
8 Oxygen sensor heater relay
F1 (15A) LH headlamp
F2 (15A) Engine management
F3 (15A) Stop lights
F4 (25A) Heated rear window
F5 (60A) Heater blower motor
F6 (60A) ABS system
F7 (15A) Engine management
F8 (15A) Horn
F9 (25A) Air conditioning system
F10 (15A) Fog lights
F11 (15A) RH headlight
F12 (60A) Dashboard fuse / relay box
F13 (60A) Ignition lock circuits

Additional elements:

  • (120A) Generator (main fuse at battery terminal);
  • (40A) Additional heater;
  • (40A) Cooling fan motor;
  • (80A) Glow plugs.

In the passenger compartment

It is located on the driver's side under the panel on the side wall (closed with a black cover, on which the actual appointment should be applied). It is easier to get to it if you remove the panel that is under the steering column (attached at the corners with 4 screws).

Type 1

General view and diagram.

Name Legend
A / C air conditioning
ALT generator
ALT-S generator
AM engine switch
DEF window heater
DOME interior lighting
DOOR a door
ECU control (control) engine module
EDU injection control
EFI electronic control system for injection in a / m
ENG MAIN main engine
FAN fan
FOG fog light
Fr front
F-TAIL taillights
GAUGE dashboard, speedometer
HAZARD alarms
HAZ-TRN emergency lights
HEAD Headlights
HEAD LH headlights left
HEAD RH headlights right
HORN sound signal
HTR heater
I / UP idling
IG ignition
IGN ignition
MAIN main
P / W power windows
POWER power supply
PWR power supply
RAD radio
Rr / rear rear
CIG cigarette lighter
SPARE spare
ST starter
STOP stop signal
TAIL taillights
TURN turn signals
WASH windscreen washer
WIP wiper
WIPER wiper
The cigarette lighter fuse is designated as CIGAR 20 or 25A.

Type 2

General view.

A / Description
F1 (15 A)
F2 (15A) Rear fog lamp
F3 (20A) Central locking
F4 (15A) Engine management
F5 (20A) Fuel filter heater
F6 (15A) Alarm
F7 (15A)
F8 (15A)
F9 (30A) Heater blower motor
F10 (30A) Power windows
F11 (30A) Spare
F12 (15A) Engine management
F13 (10A)
F14 (15A) Windshield wiper / washer
F15 (20A) Cigarette lighter fuse
F16 (15A) Heated seats
F17 (15A)
F18 (25A) Moonroof
F19 (20A)
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