2012-2017 BMW 1-Series (F20/F21) fuse box diagram

The second generation BMW 1-series (F20/F21), which was produced from 2012 to 2019. These diagrams cover models from 2012 to 2017 (including 114i, 116i, 118i, 120i, 125i, 114d, 116d, 118d, 120d, 125d). They show where the fuse panels are located inside the car and provide details about which fuse controls each fuse layout.

Fuse Box Location

Engine Compartment

It is located in the right side of the engine compartment (on the left side on the right-hand drive vehicles), under plastic cover.

Body Domain Controller (BDC)

It is located in the front pillar on the passenger side, under the glove box.

Luggage Compartment

One unit is located on the right side, behind the sound insulation. The second – in the center, under the lining.

Engine compartment


Assignment of the fuses


Body Domain Controller (BDC)


154-pin connector
2 12-pin connector
342-pin connector
454-pin connector
6Connector (1-pin, positive)
8 54-pin connector
9 54-pin connector
1054-pin connector
Switching center in the steering column (SZL)
Control panel for driver assistance systems
Lighting control panel
LED headlights
Rear electronic module (REM)
Connector OBDII, IHKA
Electronic block of external door handle
Window lifter
Central locking
Electric windows
Central locking
Headlight washers
Windshield wiper at 1/2 speed

Luggage compartment


Assignment of the fuses


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