Fuse Box Location & List Audi A4 S4 B6 2004-2008

In this artilce, you will find fuse information for Audi A4. Applicable to model years: 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008. Chassis: B7

Fuse Location

Cabin fuses in Audi A4 B6 / B7 are located on the side of the dashboard. To access them you need to open drivers door, locate dashboard side cover and pry it.

  1. Open drivers door
  2. Pry dashboard side cover.

The fuse box will be visible as shown below. audi a4 fuses chart list

Fuse Box Diagram

  This diagram shows the fuses, their layout, ampere rating, and designation. audi a4 fuse box location diagram

Interior Fuse  Designation

List of fuses by location, ampere rating, and designation.

No. Ampere Designation
1 10A Air Conditioner
2 5A Footwell Lamps
3 5A Heated Washer Jets
4 5A  Radiator Fan
5 10A Telephone, Multi-Function Switch, Maintenance Monitor
6 5A Air Conditioner, Pressure Sensor
7 10A Electronic Stability Program
8 5A Telephone
9 15A Brake Servo, vacuum pump
10 5A Automatic Headlight Range Control
11 5A Airbag
12 10A Diagnostic Connector
13 10A Steering Column Unit
14 10A Brake Lights
15 10A Instrument Cluster Navigation
16 5A Garage Door Opener
17 10A Level Tire Pressure Control
18 5A Autom Headlight Range Control, Left
19 15A Front Fog Lights
22 15A Door Driver and Passenger
23 15A Door Rear Left / Rear Right
24 20A Central Comfort Electronics
25 30A Heater Blower
26 30A Heated Rear Window
27 30A Towing Assembly
28 20A Fuel Pump
30 20A Sliding Sunroof
31 15A Reversing Lights, gear lever gate, el. mirror
32 15A Towing Assembly MJ 06
33 20A Cigarette Lighter
34 20A Electrical Socket Front
35 20A Trunk Socket
36 30A Wiper System
37 30A Washer pump
38 15A Central Comfort Electronics
39 20A Radio, Stereo, CD Player
40 25A Horn
41 30A Auxiliary Heating
42 25A Electronic Stability Program ESP
43 15A Engine Management
44 35 Seat Heating



Ray, 2019-06-28

Where is the fuse located for the electric seat on the passenger side electric seat on a Audi S4 Quattro 2006

Andres, 2019-10-05

Is there supposed to be a wire coming out the fuse box stuck to a fuse

By YOUCANIC on Apr 26, 2019


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