Volkswagen Baywindow Bus (1976 – 1979) – fuse box diagram
Year of production: 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979
Wiring diagrams (1976 models)
Wiring diagrams (1977 – 1978 models)
Wiring diagrams (1979 models)
Fuse box diagram
|1||8||Tail light left, Sidemarker rear left|
|2||8||Parking light left, Sidemarker front left and right, Parking light right, Sidemarker rear right, Tail light right, License plate light|
|4||8||Left high beam|
|5||8||Right headlight, High beam warning light|
|6||8||Right high beam|
|7||8||Fresh air fans|
|8||8||Interior lights front and rear, Emergency flasher and warning light, Turn signals|
|10||16||Windshield wipers, Rear defogger and warning light|
|11||8||Horn, Brake lights, Brake warning light, Parking brake control light|
|12||8||Oil warning light, Alternator light, Turn signal warning light, EGR warning light, Gas gauge|
The owner’s manuals aren’t clear which fuses are 8A and which are 16A and it varies from year to year. Bentley is even less clear and there is a mistake in the manual but the color wiring diagrams explain which fuses protection which circuits.
- There are twelve fuses in fuseboxes of 70-79 models but only 10 in the 68-69 models.
- 68-69 models only use 8A fuses.
- Accessory means radio in most cases but can also mean gas heater in addition.
- Fresh air fans were mainly available on non-US models for defogging the front windshield.
WARNING: Terminal and harness assignments for individual connectors will vary depending on vehicle equipment level, model, and market.