2015-2019 MG GS Fuse Box Diagram

The MG GS is a mid-size SUV that was manufactured by MG Motor from 2015 to 2019. It was available with a variety of engines, including a 1.5-liter turbocharged gasoline engine and a 2.0-liter turbocharged gasoline engine. The GS was also available with a variety of transmissions, including a 6-speed manual transmission and a 6-speed automatic transmission.

This article provides fuse box diagrams for the MG GS from 2015 to 2019. The fuse box diagrams show the location of all of the fuses in the car, as well as the amperage rating of each fuse. This information can be helpful if you need to replace a fuse in your MG GS.

Fuses are important safety devices that protect your MG GS’s electrical system from damage. If a fuse blows, it means that there is too much current flowing through that circuit. This can happen due to a short circuit or a malfunctioning electrical component. When a fuse blows, it will need to be replaced.

To replace a fuse in your MG GS, you will need to first locate the fuse box. The fuse boxes for the MG GS are located in the engine compartment and the passenger compartment. Once you have located the fuse box, you will need to identify the blown fuse. The blown fuse will be blackened or melted.

Passenger Compartment

Fuse NumberFuse Amp. RatingProtected Components
115ARear accessories power socket
715AFront 12V power socket
825ATCM (7AT)
105ADriver door switch pack
125AParking distance control unit, rain sensor
1320AHeadlamp, dynamic headlamp leveling control module
142AIgnition switch
155AImmobiliser coil
1610ADiagnostic socket
175ASlip control system
185APower management DC convertor
1920ASeat heater switch
217.5APRND display, EPB Switch, exterior mirror adjustment, switch-stop/start system
2210ASupplemental restraint system
255AMaster light switch
285AInstrument pack
2910AATC controller / MTC controller
305AA/C and ICE interface
3115ARadio/color radio/ NAV

Engine Compartment

Fuse NumberFuse Amp. RatingProtected Components
F110AEngine control module
F215AEngine control module
F320AUpstream oxygen sensor, downstream oxygen sensor, clutch bottom sensor, variable camshaft timing exhaust, variable camshaft timing intake, electronic thermostat
F415AHeat air flow meter, ignition coil 1~4
F510ACanister purge valve, wastegate control valve, dump valve, brake lamp switch sensor, oil control valve, neutral switch
F67.5AExterior mirror heater
F820AFuel pump relay
F1030ADriver door window lift motor
F115ASupplemental restraint system
F1225ABody control module
F1320APassenger power seat adjustment switch
F1425ABody control module
F1530AFront passenger door window lift switch
F1610ATCM (TST), engine control module, shift control module (TST)
F1710AAir condition compressor relay
F185AEngine control module
F1920ADriver power seat adjustment switch
F2110AIgnition switch relay
F2225ABody control module
F245ATransmission relay coil (TST)
F2525ABody control module
F2630ARear left window lift switch
F2730ARear right window lift switch
F2820AHorn relay
F2925AFront wiper relay
F3020AFront windscreen washer relay
F3120ARear windscreen wiper relay
F3220ARear windscreen washer relay
F3410AFront left headlamp
F3510AFront right headlamp
F3630AHeadlamp washer relay
F3715AFront fog lamp relay
F3825ABody control module
F4030ARear windscreen heater relay
F4210AReverse lamp switch (6MT), body control module, instrument pack, MTC controller
SB130AMain relay
SB260ACooling fan-high speed
SB350ACooling fan-middle speed
SB440AKL.R power control relay
SB540AStarter relay
SB630ASlip control system-valve
SB740ASlip control system-pump
SB840ABlower relay
SB1025ABody control module
SB1440AElectrical park brake control module
SB1540APower management DC convertor
SB1640ACooling fan-low speed

Fuses in the Battery Fuse Box

CodeFuse Amp. RatingProtected Components
FUSE75APower management DC convertor
FL360AElectronic power assisted steering
FL4200AEngine compartment fuse box
FL550APassenger compartment fuse box
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Tom Smith is a passionate car mechanic and automotive enthusiast, specializing in the intricate world of car fuse boxes. With years of hands-on experience under the hood, he has earned a reputation as a reliable expert in his field. As the founder and content creator of the popular blog website 'carsfuse.com,' Tom has dedicated himself to sharing his extensive knowledge of car fuse boxes and electrical systems with the world.

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