Iveco Daily IV (2006-2011) – fuse box

Iveco Daily IV (2006-2011) – fuse box diagram

Year of production: 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011.

The cigarette lighter fuse (power socket) on the Iveco Daily IV (2006-2011) is fuse 33 in the fuse box on the dashboard.

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location

Iveco Daily – fuse box diagram – location

A. Instrument cluster
B. Key switch
C. Steering column switch
D. Connection central unit “CPL”
E. Body computer
F. Battery
G. Central distribution unit positive (+30) “CBA”
H. Alternator
I. (Engine) central unit for interconnection “CVM”.

Central unit with positive link (CBA)

Iveco Daily – fuse box diagram – positive connection of the central unit (CBA)
Number
Amperes [A]
Description
1 500 Positive +30 for alternator starter
2 150 Positive for the CPUthe “CVM” engine opening.
3 70 +30 positive for “CPL”
4 70 +30 positive for “CPL”
5 50 Positive +30 for the OPT box
6 +30 positive for “CPL” -preset OPT.

Instrument Panel Interconnecting Central (CPL)

Iveco Daily – fuse box diagram – switchboard connection central units (CPL)
Number
Amperes [A]
Description
12 7.5 Right dipped beam
13 7.5 Left dipped beam headlight position
31 3 Relay T08-T17 in CVM and BC
32 15 Revolving and sliding doors
33 15 Air heater;

Lighter.

34 20 Socket
35 10 ABS8 or ESP8. Telma
36 20 Central lock
37 5 Stop light switches
38 10 Power supply for relaysinternal lamps.
39 15 Car Radio;

Chronotachograph.

40 10 Heated rear right window
41 10 Heated rear left window
42 5 Reverse light switch
43 20 Wipers
44 AVAILABLE
45 AVAILABLE
46 AVAILABLE
47 25 Driver windshield elevator
48 25 Passenger window winder
49 15 Air-conditioning control room;

Car Radio;

Heated seats.

50 5 Airbag
51 5 Chronotachograph
52 AVAILABLE
53 7.5 Instrument cluster;

Rear fog lights.

Relay
T-01 Left and right dipped beam headlamps
Z-11 Heated rear window
Z-12 Lighter;

Heating;

Air conditioning system.

Z-13 Power release from the key

Central unit of the connection “CVM”

Iveco Daily – fuse box diagram – connection central unit “CVM”
Number
Amperes [A]
Description
60 Spark plugs
1 40 ABS8 or ESP8
2 30 ABS8 or ESP8
3 30 ECU ESV1(Automatic Transmission).
4 30 ECU ESV1(Automatic Transmission).
5 30 Starting switch
6 20 Heated mirrors and windshield
7 20 Side marker lamps
8 30 Heating or air conditioning fans
9 20 Car windshield wipers
10 7.5 Horn
11 10 EDC16 (secondary loads)
14 7.5 Main beam on the right
15 7.5 Left-hand main beam
16 5 EDC16, T02, T14;

Additional heater.

17 15 EDC16(base loads)
18 10 ECU ESV1(Automatic Transmission)
19 5 Baruffaldi
20 25 Fuel filter heater
21 15 Fuel pump
22 25 EDC16(base loads)
23 10 Additional heater
24 15 ECU ESV1(Automatic Transmission);

PTO.

26 10 Trailer socket
29 40 Pneumatic suspension
30 15 Front fog lights(left and right)
54 40 Pneumatic suspension
T02 20 Full lights on the right and left
T03 20 Horn
T05 20 Baruffaldi power supply
T06 20 Heated mirrors and windshield
T07 20 Side marker lamps
T08 20 Heating or air conditioning fans
T09 20 EDC16 (main relay)
T10 20 Fuel pump
T14 20 Front fog lights(left and right).
T17 20 Car windshield wipers
T19 20 Fuel filter heater
T20 20 MODUS diagnosis
T25 10/20 Windshield wipers
T26 10/20 Windshield wiper – 2 speeds.
(F26, F29, F54, T25, T26)in a container from the central unit.

Optional fuse box (engine compartment)

Iveco Daily – fuse box diagram – optional fuse box (engine compartment)
Number Description Amperes [A]
F-55 (2) Rotating lights 10
K-25 (5) Trailer connector 10
F-28 (8) APU power supply 15
F-27 (11) Work lights 10
Relays
T04 (1) Rotating lights 20
T16 (12) Work lights 10
T15 (3) Free
T22 (4) Air conditioning compressor activation 20
T18 (6) Baruffala cut 20
T24 (7) Activating the power take-off 20
T23 (9) Air conditioning compressor 20
T21 (10) Compressor ON signal from EDC 16 20

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