The Opel/Vauxhall Combo E is a small electric van that was first introduced in 2019. It is powered by a 50 kWh battery that provides a range of up to 177 miles.
Like all vehicles, the Combo E has a fuse box that protects the electrical system from damage. The fuse box is located in two different places in the vehicle: Under the hood, and in the Passenger Compartment.
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A smaller fuse box is located in the passenger compartment, usually behind the glove box. It contains fuses for the accessories in the passenger compartment, such as the radio, climate control system, and power windows.
|Inductive charging, clutch switch, selective ride control, power steering, diesel exhaust system, interior mirror
|Windscreen washer (Electric vehicle)
|Power outlet rear
|Rear wiper (Electric vehicle)
|Diagnostic connector, power supply transformer
|Head-up display, climate control, Infotainment system
|Anti-theft alarm system, telematic unit (Non-electric vehicle)
Anti-theft alarm system, charging status indicator (Electric vehicle)
|Automatic transmission, instrument cluster, climate control (Non-electric vehicle)
Instrument socket, automatic gearbox selector (e-toggle) (Electric vehicle)
|Starter, power supply transformer
|Trailer socket, steering wheel controls (Non-electric vehicle)
Steering wheel controls, top column module (Electric vehicle)
|Anti-theft system, power button
|Rear view camera, rain and light sensor
|Seat belt reminder, special vehicle control module, start-stop, trailer socket
|Parking assist, Infotainment system, rear view camera, side blind spot camera
|Steering angle sensor (Non-electric vehicle)
Panoramic view system (Electric vehicle)
|Parking heater (Non-electric vehicle)
|Parking assist, interior mirror
|Diagnostic connector, headlight range adjustment, heated windscreen, climate control
|Interior lights, USB port
The main fuse box is located under the hood. It contains fuses for the major electrical components of the vehicle, such as the engine, lights, and accessories.
|Front fog lights
To use the fuse box diagram, first identify the fuse that needs to be replaced. You can usually find the fuse number on the fuse itself or in the vehicle’s owner’s manual.
Once you have identified the fuse number, locate the fuse in the fuse box diagram. The fuse box diagram will show you the location of the fuse in the fuse box, as well as the amperage rating of the fuse.
To replace the fuse, simply remove the old fuse and install the new fuse. Make sure that the new fuse has the same amperage rating as the old fuse.
When working with the fuse box, it is important to take the following safety precautions:
- Always disconnect the battery before working on the fuse box.
- Be careful not to touch the exposed terminals of the fuse.
- Use only fuses with the correct amperage rating.
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