The Audi TT is a popular sports car produced by the German automaker, Audi, since 1998. The 2nd generation, produced from 2006 to 2014, features a sleek and modern design with improved handling and performance. The car comes in both coupe and roadster body styles and is equipped with various advanced electrical components. In this article, we will take a closer look at the fuse box and relay diagrams with locations in the Audi TT 2006-2014.
The Audi TT 2006-2014 is equipped with various electrical components, including a power distribution box, fuse box, and relay. The power distribution box is located in the engine compartment and contains high-current fuses that protect various electrical systems in the car. The fuse box, on the other hand, is located in the driver’s side dashboard and contains fuses that protect various electrical components, such as the headlights, wipers, and climate control system.
Fuse Box and Relay Diagrams
The fuse box and relay diagrams in the Audi TT 2006-2014 are essential for troubleshooting and diagnosing electrical issues in the car. The diagrams are located in the owner’s manual or can be accessed online. The fuse box diagram shows the location and amperage rating of each fuse, while the relay diagram shows the location and function of each relay.
To access the fuse box in the Audi TT 2006-2014, open the driver’s side door and locate the plastic panel on the side of the dashboard. Pull the panel to remove it and reveal the fuse box. The fuse box cover has a diagram that shows the location and amperage rating of each fuse. To access the relays, remove the plastic cover on the side of the dashboard near the door hinge. The relay diagram is printed on the cover, showing the location and function of each relay.
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(2006-2014) Audi TT fuse box and relay with Diagram
- Never replace a fuse with one that has a higher amperage rating.
- A fuse with a too-high amperage could damage the electrical part and cause a fire.
- On no account should fuses be repaired (e.g. patched up with tin foil or wire) as this may cause serious damage elsewhere in the electrical circuit or cause a fire.
- If a fuse blows repeatedly, do not keep replacing it. Instead, have the cause for the repeated short circuit or overload tracked and fixed.
Audi TT 2006-2014 Fuse Location, Instrument Panel left
|1||10A||Engine relay, fuel tank control unit, Airbag Off light, light switch (switch illumination), diagnostic connector|
|2||5A||ABS, ASR, ESP, brake light switch|
|3||5A||AFS headlight (left)|
|4||5A||Oil level sensor (extended maintenance interval) (WIV), tire pressure monitoring system, switch for Electronic Stability Program (ESP), AFS headlights (control unit), A/С system (pressure sensor), backup light switch|
|5||5/10A||Automatic headlight range control, AFS headlight (right) / manual headlight range control, halogen headlights|
|6||5A||Control unit for CAN data transfer (gateway), electromechanical steering, automatic transmission shift gate|
|7||5A||Acoustic Park Assist, automatic dipping interior rear view mirror, garage door opener, heatable windshield washer nozzles, washer pump, wind deflector relay (Roadster)|
|9||5A||Control unit Audi magnetic ride|
|10||5A||Airbag control unit|
|11||5/10A||Mass airflow sensor, crankcase heating|
|12||10A||Door control unit (central locking driver/passenger)|
|14||5A||Rain sensor, automatic transmission shift gate|
|15||5A||Roof light (interior lighting)|
|16||10A||A/С system (control unit)|
|17||5A||Tire pressure monitoring system (control unit)|
|21||10A||Fuel injectors (gasoline engine)|
|22||30A||Wind deflector (Roadster)|
|24||15A||Transmission (control unit)|
|25||30/20A||Heater rear window Coupe/heated rear window Roadster|
|26||30A||Driver’s side power window|
|27||30A||Passenger’s side power window|
|32||5A||Steering column module|
|34||15A||Radio navigation system, radio|
|36||10A||Engine (control unit)|
|47||5A||SDARS tuner, cell phone package, TV tuner|
Fuse location, left side of the engine compartment
|Fuse holder (black)|
|5||5A||Anti-theft warning system (sensor), anti-theft warning system (horn)|
|6||30A||Headlamp washer system|
|7||15/10A||Electric fuel pumps (supply)/volume control valve|
|9||25A||Heated seats (driver and passenger)|
|10||10A||Lumbar support (driver and passenger)|
|Fuse holder (brown)|
|1||15A||Fuel pump (6-cylinder)|
|2||10A||O2 sensors (6-cylinder)|
|3||5A||Mass airflow sensor (6-cylinder)|
|4||10A||O2 sensors (6-cylinder)|
|5||5A||Relay coil relay volume control valve (4-cylin-der)|
|6||10A||Secondary air pump valve (6-cylinder), O2 sensors (4-cylinder)|
|7||10A||Positioning valves pre-wired engine harness|
|8||20/30A||Relay coil relay volume control valve (4-cylinder)|
|9||25A||Engine (control unit)|
|10||10A||Water pump delayed-off|
|11||5A||Feed (clutch pedal, brake pedal)|
|12||10A||Activated charcoal filter/charge pressure control valve (4-cylinder)|
In conclusion, the Audi TT 2006-2014 is a sports car equipped with various advanced electrical components. The fuse box and relay diagrams with locations are essential for troubleshooting and diagnosing electrical issues in the car. It is important to refer to the owner’s manual or online resources for accurate information on the location and function of each fuse and relay. If you are experiencing any electrical issues in your Audi TT 2006-2014, it is recommended to consult a professional mechanic or electrician.