2015-2018 Vauxhall/Opel Vivaro B fuse box diagram

The Opel Vivaro B, also known as the Vauxhall Vivaro, had its second generation made from 2015 to 2018. If you’re looking for fuse box diagrams for these years, you’ve come to the right place. Here, you’ll discover where the fuse panels are located inside the vehicle and understand what each fuse is responsible for.

Cigar lighter (power outlet) fuses #33, #40, and #42 (2015), or #34, #41, and #43 (2016-2017), or #31, #38, and #40 (2018) in the Instrument panel fuse box.


Fuses in the instrument panel

Fuse NumberCircuit
1Vehicle battery (with electronic key system)
2APC battery backup (with electronic key system)
3Heating and ventilation system
6Heating and ventilation system
7Additional heating and ventilation, air conditioning system
8Supplementary heating and ventilation system
9Electric exterior mirrors, additional adaptations
10Heated exterior mirrors
11Radio, multimedia, electric exterior mirrors, diagnostic socket
12Multimedia, trailer hitch
13Courtesy lights, battery discharge protection
14Fuel injection system, tyre pressure monitoring system, electronic key system
15Hazard warning flashers, turn and lane-change signals
16Central locking
17Left-hand high beam, right-hand low beam, tail lights, left-hand daytime running light
18Front fog lights, rear fog lights, number plate lighting
19Alarm, horn, lighting, wiper
20Instrument cluster
21Light switch
22Rear window wiper, windscreen washer pump, horn
23APC general battery
24Reversing lights
25Brake switch
26Fuel injection, starter
27Airbag, steering column lock
28Passenger power window
29Power steering
30Brake lights
31APC battery backup (with electronic key system)
32Service display
33Cigarette lighter, power outlet
34Right-hand high beam, lefthand low beam, sidelights, right-hand daytime running light
35Brake lights, ABS, immobiliser
36Interior lighting, air conditioning
37Starting with electronic key system
38Rear window wiper
39Warning chimes
40Load compartment power outlet
41Driver power window
42Rear power outlet
43Starting, body control module
44Heated seats
45Heating, air conditioning
46Windscreen wiper


Fuses in the instrument panel

Fuse NumberCircuit
1Adblue injection battery
2Vehicle battery (with electronic key system)
3APC battery backup (with electronic key system)
4Heating and ventilation system
7Heating and ventilation system
8Additional heating and ventilation / air conditioning system
9Supplementary heating and ventilation system
10Electric exterior mirrors / additional adaptations
11Heated exterior mirrors
12Radio / multimedia / electric exterior mirrors / diagnostic socket
13Multimedia / trailer hitch
14Courtesy lights / battery discharge protection
15Fuel injection system / tyre pres‐ sure monitoring system / electronic key system
16Hazard warning flashers / turn and lane-change signals
17Central locking
18Left-hand high beam / righthand low beam / tail lights / lefthand daytime running light
19Front fog lights / rear fog lights / number plate lighting
20Alarm / horn / lighting / wiper
21Instrument cluster
22Light switch
23Rear window wiper / wind‐ screen washer pump / horn
24APC general battery
25Reversing lights
26Brake switch
27Fuel injection / starter
28Airbag / steering column lock
29Passenger power window
30Power steering
31Brake lights
32APC battery backup (with elec‐ tronic key system)
33Service display
34Cigarette lighter / power outlet
35Right-hand high beam / lefthand low beam / sidelights / right-hand daytime running light
36Brake lights / ABS / immobiliser
37Interior lighting / air conditioning
38Starting with electronic key system
39Rear window wiper
40Warning chimes
41Load compartment power outlet
42Driver power window
43Rear power outlet
44Starting / body control module
45Heated seats
46Heating / air conditioning
47Windscreen wiper


Fuses in the instrument panel

Fuse NumberCircuit
1Battery backup (with electronic key system)
4Vehicle battery (with electronic key system)
5Additional heating and ventilation / Air conditioning system
6Supplementary heating and ventilation system
7Electric exterior mirrors / Addi‐ tional adaptations
8Heated exterior mirrors
9Radio / Multimedia / Electric exterior mirrors / Diagnostic socket
10Multimedia / Trailer hitch
11Courtesy lights / Battery discharge protection
12Right-hand high beam / Lefthand low beam / Sidelights / Right-hand daytime running light
13Hazard warning flashers / Turn and lane-change signals
14Central locking
15Left-hand high beam / Righthand low beam / Tail lights / Left-hand daytime running light
16Front fog lights / Rear fog lights / Number plate lighting
17Alarm / Horn / Lighting / Wiper
18Instrument cluster
19Heating and ventilation system
20Rear window wiper / Windscreen washer pump / Horn
21General battery
22Reversing lights
23Brake switch
24Fuel injection / Starter
25Airbag / Steering column lock
26Passenger power window
27Power steering
28Brake lights
29Battery backup (with electronic key system)
30Service display
31Cigarette lighter / Power outlet
32Heating and ventilation system
33Brake lights / ABS / Immobiliser
34Interior lighting / Air conditioning
35Starting with electronic key system
36Rear window wiper
37Warning chimes
38Load compartment power outlet
39Driver power window
40Rear power outlet
41Starting / Body control module
42Heated seats
44Windscreen wiper
45Heating / Air conditioning
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