Volvo 850 (1994) – fuse box diagram

Volvo 850 (1994) – fuse box diagram

Year of production: 1994

Fuse box

Volvo 850 - fuse box - engine compartment
Volvo 850 – fuse box –
engine compartment
Position Function Ampere rating [A]
1 Fuel injection, distributor ignition system, automatic gearbox 15
2 Fuel pump, alarm 15
3 Interior courtesy lights, oil level sensor 10
4
5 ECC blower (speed 4) 30
6 Central locking system 25
7 Audio system 15
8 Power antenna, electrical connector for trailer 25
9 ABS, TRaction Control System 30
10 Electrically heated rear seat 15
11 Electrically heated rear window and side-view mirrors 30
12 Brake lights 10
13 Hazard warning flashers, headlight flashers 15
14 ABS, TRaction Control System 30
15 OBD socket, courtesy lights, open door warning lights, glove compartment light, trunk light, cargo space light (wagons), doorstep courtesy light, remote operated central locking system, oil level sensor 10
16 Power antenna, electrical connector for trailer, accessories 30
17 Key reminder 10
18
19 Left high beam 15
20 Right high beam, high beam indicator light 15
21 Left low beam 15
22 Right low beam 15
23 Left parking lights, license plate lights 10
24 Right parking lights 10
25 Rear fog light, rear fog light indicator light 10
26 Heated front/rear seats, power side-view mirrors 25
27 Backup lights, direction indicators, TRACS 15
28 Cruise control, heated rear window, seat belt reminder light, bulb failure warning sensor, shiftlock 10
29 ABS, TRaction Control System 15
30 Cigarette lighter 10
31 ECC blower (speeds 1-3), ECC, AC-compressor 25
32 Audio system, remote controlled central locking 10
33 Power seat, OBD socket, rear window wiper/washer (wagons) 15
34 Windshield/headlight wipers/washers, horn 25
35 Instrument panel lights, power sun roof 10
36
37 Power windows, power sun roof AUT/CB **
38
39 Power seat (driver’s side) AUT/CB **
40
* Some of the equipment/systems listed may be available on certain models only and/or as optional items only.
** This is an automatic circuit breaker located in the fuse box and does not normally need to be replaced.

WARNING: Terminal and harness assignments for individual connectors will vary depending on vehicle equipment level, model, and market.