Renault Twingo – Fuses Box Diagram (2012)

The diagrams of relay, and fuse blocks of the Renault Twingo (2012), the location, purpose, and description of all blocks in the car are presented.

Diagrams shown for cars 2012

Fuse Renault Twingo (2012)

Fuses Allocation
1 Windscreen wipers/ Rev counter
2 Windscreen wipers/Rev counter
3 Power-assisted steering
4 Sequential gearbox
5 Brake light/Speed limiter
6 Reversing light/Rear view mirror control/Alarm siren/Parking distance control
7 Air bag
8 Passenger compartment electrical unit/Instrument panel
9 Injection
11 Direction indicator lights/Diagnostic socket
12 Power supply/Instrument panel
13 Dipped beam headlights/Rear fog light
14 Electric door locking
15 Side lights/Front fog lights
16 Sequential gearbox
17 Heated rear screen/Heated door mirrors
18 Interior lighting/Courtesy light/Heating and air conditioning system/Rev counter
19 Side lights
20 Front and rear fog light
21 Main beam headlights/Horn
22 Main beam headlights
23 Electric windows
24 Passenger compartment ventilation
25 Dipped beam headlights/Front and rear fog lights
26 Sunroof
27 Sequential gearbox
28 Passenger compartment ventilation
29 Radio/Passenger compartment electrical unit/Air conditioning/Instrument panel/Heated seat
30 Cigar lighter
31 Electric windows
32 Right-hand main beam headlight
33 Left-hand main beam headlight and instrument panel indicator light
34 Right-hand dipped beam headlight
35 Left-hand dipped beam headlight and instrument panel indicator light
36 Rear screen wiper
37 Heated door mirrors
38 Horn
39 Rear fog lights
40 Location reserved for additional equipment
41 Heated seats
42 Right-hand side light/Passenger compartment instrument lighting
43 Left-hand side light
44 Location reserved for additional equipment
45 Driver’s door switch
48 Radio/Alarm/Display

May Be Useful:

The purpose, and pinout elements in Renault Twingo (2012) may vary depending on the configuration, model, and year of manufacture, and if some electrical device in your car has stopped working, then the cause may be a blown fuse that must be replaced to solve the problem.

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