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Skoda Superb (2019 year). Instruction - part 18

 

 

Anti-theft wheel bolts

Fig. 333 

Anti-theft wheel bolt and upper

section

The anti-theft wheel bolts protect the wheels from theft. The upper section

B

 

» Fig. 333

 must be used to loosen/tighten these.

Insert the upper section 

B

 on the anti-theft wheel bolt 

A

 until it stops.

Insert the wrench on the attachment 

B

 until it stops and loose/tighten the

wheel bolt.

Removing the upper section.

The attachment for the anti-theft wheel bolts must always be kept in the

vehicle in case of a possible wheel change!
For wheel trims supplied ex-factory or from ŠKODA Original Accessories, the

anti-theft wheel bolt should be installed in the position marked on the back of

the wheel trim.

Note

We recommend that you retain the label with the code number. A replacement

upper section can be acquired from ŠKODA original parts based on this.

Loosening/tightening wheel bolts

Fig. 334 

Loosening the wheel bolts

Push the wheel wrench onto the wheel bolt to the stop. Use the associated

upper section for the anti-theft wheel bolts 

» Fig. 333

 on page 285.

To loosen the screws, hold the wrench end and turn the screw about one

turn in the direction of arrow 

» Fig. 334

.

To tighten the screws, hold the wrench end and turn the screw against the

direction of the arrow 

» Fig. 334

, until it is tight.

WARNING

If it proves difficult to undo the bolts, carefully apply pressure to the end of

the wrench with your foot. Keep hold of the vehicle when doing so, and

make sure you keep your footing - risk of accident.

Raising the vehicle

Fig. 335 

Jacking points for the jack

Fig. 336  Attach lifting jack

Before the vehicle is raised, the safety instructions must be observed 

» 

.

Use the jack from the tool kit to raise the vehicle. Position the jack at the jack-

ing point closest to the wheel to be replaced.

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The jacking points are located on the lower sill 

» Fig. 335

.

Insert the crank 

6

 into the mount on the jack 

5

» page 282

.

Support the base plate of the jack with its full area resting on level ground

and ensure that the jack is located in a vertical position at the jacking point

» Fig. 336

 - .

Use the crank to raise the jack until its claw encloses the bar 

» Fig. 336

 - .

Continue to lift the vehicle until the wheel is just off the floor.

WARNING

Observe the following instructions, otherwise there is risk of injury.

Secure the vehicle from unexpectedly rolling away.

Always ensure the base plate of the lifting jack cannot slip.

Provide a wide and stable base under the jack on loose surfaces (e.g.

such as gravel).

Create a non-slip base (e.g. a rubber floor mat) under the jack on a

smooth surface (e.g. cobblestones).

Always raise the vehicle with the doors closed.

Never position any body parts, such as arms or legs, under the vehicle,

while the vehicle is raised with a lifting jack.

When the vehicle is raised, never start the engine.

CAUTION

It is important to ensure that the jack is correctly attached to the bar of the

lower beam – otherwise there is a risk of damage to the vehicle.

Puncture repair kit

Introduction

The following information applies to the factory-fitted puncture repair kit.
Use the puncture repair kit to seal tyre punctures with a diameter of up to

about 4 mm.
Performing a repair with the breakdown kit not at all intended to replace a

permanent repair on the tyre. Its purpose is to get you to the nearest specialist

garage.
Immediately replace the tyre that was repaired using the puncture repair kit, or

consult a specialist garage about repair options.

Do not remove foreign bodies which have penetrated into the tyre (e.g. nails

etc.).
Do not use the puncture repair kit in the following instances.

The rim is damaged.

The outdoor temperature is below the minimum temperature indicated in

the instruction instruction of the tyre filling bottle with sealant.

Tyre punctures of more than 4 mm.

There is damage to the tyre wall.

The expiration date (see inflation bottle) has passed.

WARNING

If the sealant comes into contact with skin, wash the affected area imme-

diately.

Observe the instructions provided in the puncture repair kit manufactur-

er's instructions for use.

Description of puncture repair kit

Fig. 337  Description of puncture repair kit

Read and observe   on page 286 first.

The kit is located in a box under the floor covering in the luggage compart-

ment.

Sticker with speed designation “max. 80 km/h”/“max. 50 mph”
Valve remover

1

2

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Inflation hose with plug
Air compressor (the layout of the controls may be different depending on

the type of air compressor delivered with the vehicle)
Tyre inflation hose
Button for the tyre pressure reduction
Tyre inflation pressure indicator
12 volt cable connector
ON and OFF switch
Tyre inflation bottle with sealing agent
Replacement valve core

Note

The declaration of conformity is included with the air compressor or the log

folder.

Preparing to use the puncture repair kit

Read and observe   on page 286 first.

For safety's sake, the following instructions must be observed before

performing a wheel repair the road.

As far as possible, park the vehicle far away from the traffic flow - find a

place with a flat and firm surface.

Switch off the engine.

For vehicles with instruction transmission, select 1st gear.

For vehicles with automatic transmission, place the selector lever in the P

position.

Switch on the parking brake.

Position the hazard warning system and the warning triangle at the prescri-

bed distance.

All the occupants should get out of the vehicle. The passengers should not

stand on the road (instead they should remain behind a crash barrier, for in-

stance) while the wheel is being repaired.

Uncouple any trailers.

3
4

5
6
7
8
9

10

11

Sealing and inflating tyres

Read and observe   on page 286 first.

Sealing

Unscrew the valve cap from the damaged tyre.

Insert the valve remover 

2

 

» Fig. 337

 on page 286 on the valve insert, so

that the valve insert fits into the slot of the valve remover.

Unscrew the valve insert and lay it on a clean surface (e.g. cloth, paper etc.).

Forcefully shake bottle

10

 several times.

Firmly screw the inflation hose 

3

 onto the tyre inflater bottle 

10

. The film

on the cap is pierced automatically.

Remove the plug from the inflation hose 

3

 and plug the open end fully onto

the tyre valve.

Hold the bottle 

10

 with the bottom facing upwards and fill all of the sealing

agent from the tyre inflator bottle into the tyre.

Remove the filler plug from the tyre valve.

Screw in the valve insert using the valve remover 

2

.

Inflating

Screw the air compressor tyre inflation hose 

5

 

» Fig. 337

 on page 286 firmly

onto the tyre valve.

For vehicles with instruction transmission, set the lever in the neutral position.

On vehicles with automatic transmission, place the selector lever in the P

position.

Start the engine.

Plug the connector 

8

 into 12 volt socket 

» page 100

.

Switch on the air compressor with the ON and OFF switch 

9

.

Once a tyre inflation pressure of 2.0-2.5 bar is reached, turn off the air com-

pressor. Observe the maximum running time of the air compressor according

to the instructions of the repair kit manufacturer 

» 

.

If you cannot reach an air pressure of 2.0 - 2.5 bar, unscrew the tyre inflation

hose 

5

 from the tyre valve.

Drive the vehicle approx. 10 metres forwards or backwards to allow the seal-

ing agent to “distribute” in the tyre.

Firmly screw the tyre inflation hose 

5

 back onto the tyre valve and repeat

the inflation process.

Stick the corresponding sticker 

1

 on the dashboard in the driver's field of

view.

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Once a tyre inflation pressure of 2.0 – 2.5 bar is achieved, continue the journey

at a maximum speed of 80 km/h (50 mph).

WARNING

If the tire does not inflate to at least 2.0 bar, the damage is too great. The

sealing agent cannot be used to seal the tyre. 

 Do not drive the vehicle!

Seek help from a specialist garage.

The tyre inflation hose and air compressor may get hot as the tyre is be-

ing inflated – risk of burning.

CAUTION

Switch off the air compressor at the latest after the running time according to

the instructions of the repair kit manufacturer has elapsed – otherwise there is

the risk of compressor damage! Allow the air compressor to cool a few mi-

nutes before switching it on again.

Information for driving with repaired tyres

Read and observe   on page 286 first.

The inflation pressure of the repaired tyre must be checked after driving for 10

minutes.

If the tyre inflation pressure is 1.3 bar or less

The tyre cannot be properly sealed with the breakdown kit. 

 Do not drive

the vehicle! Seek help from a specialist garage.

If the tyre inflation pressure is 1.3 bar or more

Set the tyre pressure back to the correct value 

» page 277

.

Continue driving carefully to the nearest specialist garage at a maximum

speed of 80 km/h (50 mph).

WARNING

A tyre filled with sealant has the same driving characteristics as a standard

tyre. The following guidelines must be observed.

Do not drive faster than 80 km/h (50 mph).

Avoid accelerating at full throttle, sharp braking and fast cornering.

Jump-starting

Introduction

WARNING

The following instructions must be followed at all times when working on

the engine compartment 

» page 269

.

When handling the vehicle battery, the following warnings must be ob-

served 

» page 274

.

A discharged vehicle battery may already freeze at temperatures just be-

low 0 °C. If the battery is frozen, do not carry out a jump start with the bat-

tery of another vehicle – risk of explosion!

Never jump-start vehicle batteries with an acid level that is too low – risk

of explosion and caustic burns!

Start using the battery from another vehicle

Fig. 338  Jump-starting:  - discharged battery,  - power-supplying

battery/ground point of the engine for the START-STOP system

Read and observe   on page 288 first.

If it is not possible to start the engine due to a discharged vehicle battery, the

battery of another vehicle can be used to start the engine. Only use jump-start

cables which have an adequately large cross-section and insulated terminal

clamps.
The rated voltage of the two batteries must be 12V. The capacity (Ah) of the

current-giving battery must not be significantly less than the capacity of the

discharged battery in your vehicle.

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The jump-start cables must be attached in the following sequence.

Attach clamp 

1

 to the positive terminal of the discharged battery.

Attach clamp 

2

 to the positive terminal of the current-giving battery.

Attach clamp 

3

 to the negative terminal of the current-giving battery.

For vehicles with the START-STOP system, secure the clamp 

4

 to the

ground point of the engine 

A

 

» Fig. 338

.

For vehicles without the START-STOP system, secure the clamp 

4

 to a solid

metal part that is firmly attached to the engine block or secure to the engine

block directly.

Starting engine

Start the engine on the vehicle providing the power and allow it to idle.

Start the engine in the vehicle with the discharged battery.

If the engine does not start within 10 s, then cancel the starting procedure

and repeat after half a minute.

Remove the jump start cables in the reverse order as attachment.

WARNING

Never clamp the jump-start cable to the negative terminal of the dis-

charged battery - danger of explosion.

The non-insulated parts of the terminal clamps must never touch each

other – risk of short circuit!

The jump-start cable connected to the positive terminal of the battery

must not come into contact with electrically conducting parts of the vehi-

cle – risk of short circuit!

Route the jumper cables so that they cannot be caught in rotating parts in

the engine compartment - danger of injuries and the risk of vehicle dam-

age.

Towing the vehicle

Information about the towing process

Fig. 339  Braided tow rope / Spiral tow rope

For towing using a tow rope, use only a braided synthetic fibre rope 

» Fig. 339

-  

» 

.

Attach the tow rope or the tow bar to thetowing eyes at the front

» page 290

,towing eyes at the rear

» page 290

or to thetowing device of the

trailer device 

» page 254

.

Conditions for towing.

Cars with automatic gearboxes must not be towed with the rear wheels

raised - there is a risk of gearbox damage!
If the gearbox has no oil, your vehicle must be towed with the front axle

raised clear of the ground or on a breakdown vehicle or trailer.
The maximum towing speed is 50 km/h.
The vehicle must be transported on a special breakdown vehicle or trailer

if it is not possible to tow in the vehicle in the way described or if the tow-

ing distance is greater than 50 km.

Driver of the tow vehicle

On vehicles with instruction transmission, engage gear slowly when starting.

On vehicles with automatic transmission, accelerate with particular care.

Only then approach correctly when the rope is taut.

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Driver of the towed vehicle

If possible, the vehicle should be towed with the engine running. Operate the

brake booster and power steering only if the engine is running, otherwise the

brake pedal must be depressed more strongly and more power has to be

directed to the steering.

If it is not possible to start the engine, switch on the ignition so that the

steering wheel is not locked and so that the turn signal lights, windscreen

wipers and windscreen washer system can be used.

Take the vehicle out of gear or move the selector lever into position N if the

vehicle is fitted with an automatic gearbox.

Always keep the tow rope taut during the towing procedure.

WARNING

Wound tow ropes must not be used for towing 

» Fig. 339

- , the towing

eye may unscrew out of the vehicle - risk of accident.

Ensure tow rope is not twisted - risk of accident.

CAUTION

Do not tow-start the engine – risk of damaging the engine! The battery from

another vehicle can be used as a jump-start aid 

» page 288

Jump-starting.

In the case of off-road towing manoeuvres, for both vehicles there is the risk

that the fastening parts could be overloaded and damaged.

Note

We recommend that you use the tow rope from ŠKODA Original Accessories.

Front towing eye

Fig. 340  Remove cap / install towing eye

Remove/insert cap

To remove, press on the cap in the direction of the arrow 

1

 and remove this

in the direction of arrow 

2

 

» Fig. 340

.

To insert, insert the cap in arrow range 

1

 and then press on the opposite

edge of the cap. The cap must engage firmly.

Removing/installing the towing eye

To install, screw in the towing eye by hand in the direction of arrow 

3

» Fig. 340

 until the stop

» 

.

Tighten the towing eye using a wheel wrench or similar object. To do this, in-

sert the wheel wrench through the eye.

To remove, unscrew the towing against the direction of arrow 

3

.

WARNING

The towing eye must always be tightened, otherwise the towing eye may

break during the towing.

Towing eye rear

Fig. 341  Remove cap / install towing eye

Remove/insert cap

To remove, press on the cap in the direction of the arrow 

1

 and remove this

in the direction of arrow 

2

 

» Fig. 341

.

To insert, insert the cap in arrow range 

1

 and then press on the opposite

edge of the cap. The cap must engage firmly.

Removing/installing the towing eye

To install, screw in the towing eye by hand in the direction of arrow 

3

» Fig. 341

 until the stop

» 

.

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Tighten the towing eye using a wheel wrench or similar object. To do this, in-

sert the wheel wrench through the eye.

To remove, unscrew the towing against the direction of arrow 

3

.

Vehicles with a tow hitch

For vehicles with factory-fitted towing device, at the back there is no mount

for a screw-in towing eye. Use the detachable ball rod for towing 

» page 254

,

Hitch.

WARNING

The towing eye must always be tightened, otherwise the towing eye may

break during the towing.

Remote control and removable light - changing the battery

Introduction

CAUTION

The replacement battery/batteries must comply with the original specifica-

tion.

Pay attention to the correct polarity when changing the rechargeable batter-

ies.

Note

We recommend having the faulty battery/batteries replaced by a specialist ga-

rage.

Key with fold-out key bit

Fig. 342  Open the cover/remove the battery

Read and observe   on page 291 first.

Fold out the key bit.

Press off the battery cover 

A

 

» Fig. 342

 with your thumb or by using a flat

screwdriver in region 

B

.

Open the battery in the direction of the arrow 

1

.

Remove the discharged battery in the direction of arrow 

2.

Hold any button on the key for about 5 s.

Insert the new battery.

Insert the battery cover 

A

 and press it down until it clicks audibly into place.

The key has to be synchronised if the vehicle cannot be unlocked or locked

with the key after replacing the battery 

» page 62

.

KESSY key

Fig. 343  Remove emergency key

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Fig. 344  Open the cover/remove the battery

Read and observe   on page 291 first.

Unlock the locking lug 

A

 in the direction of arrow 

1

 and remove the emer-

gency key 

B

 in the direction of arrow 

2

» Fig. 343

.

Insert a narrow screwdriver (3 mm wide) approximately 12 mm into the

opening in the direction of arrow 

3

 

» Fig. 344

.

Turn the screwdriver in the direction of arrow 

4

 until the battery cover is

released.

Push the battery cover 

C

 in the direction of arrow 

5

.

Remove the discharged battery in the direction of arrow 

6.

Hold any button on the key for about 5 s.

Insert the new battery.

Insert the battery cover 

C

 and press it down until it clicks audibly into place.

The key has to be synchronised if the vehicle cannot be unlocked or locked

with the key after replacing the battery 

» page 62

.

Remote control of the auxiliary heating

Fig. 345  Open the cover/remove the battery

Read and observe   on page 291 first.

Use a thin screwdriver to remove the cover 

A

 in the area 

B

» Fig. 345

.

Open the cover in the direction of arrow 

1

 and push out in the direction of

arrow 

2

.

Use the screwdriver to remove and replace the battery in the area 

C

.

Insert the battery cover in the opposite direction to arrow 

2

 until it audibly

clicks into place.

Removable light

Fig. 346 

Locking clip on the battery cov-

er

Read and observe   on page 291 first.

Lever off the cover for the rechargeable batteries with a narrow and pointed

object from the area of the lock clips 

A

 

» Fig. 346

.

Replace the batteries.

Insert the cover for the rechargeable batteries and press it down until it

clicks into place.

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CAUTION

If an incorrect battery type is used or a non-rechargeable battery, there is a

risk of damaging the light and the vehicle's electrical system.

Emergency unlocking / unlocking of doors

Unlocking/locking the driver's door

Fig. 347  Handle on the driver's door: Open/unlock and lock cover

Fig. 348  Handle on the driver's door: Key with fold/out key bit/KESSY

key

The driver's door can be emergency unlocked / emergency locked using the

key via the lock cylinder.

Pull on the door handle and hold.

Insert the key into the recess on the lower side of the cover and fold up the

cover in the direction of arrow 

» Fig. 347

.

Release the door handle.

For vehicles with LHD, insert the key with the fold-out key bit with the but-

tons facing upwards 

» Fig. 348

 -  into the lock cylinder and unlock/lock

the vehicle.

For vehicles with RHD, insert the key with the fold-out key bit with the but-

tons facing downwards into the lock and unlock/lock the vehicle.

On vehicles with the KESSY system, insert the emergency key with the han-

dle facing downwards 

» Fig. 348

 -  into the lock cylinder and unlock/lock

the vehicle.

Pull on the door handle and hold.

Replace the cover.

CAUTION

Make sure you do not damage the paint when performing an emergency lock-

ing/unlocking.

Locking the door without locking cylinders

Fig. 349  Left door/right door:

Open the corresponding door.

In vehicles with the panel 

A

, remove this panel 

» Fig. 349

.

Insert the key into the slot and turn in the direction of the arrow (sprung po-

sition).

Replace the cover 

A

.

After closing, the door is locked.

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Unlock the boot lid

Fig. 350  Unlatch lid: Version 1/version 2

The boot lid can be unlocked manually from inside.

Insert a screwdriver or similar tool into the recess or the opening in the

trim

» Fig. 350

 as far as the stop.

Unlock the lid by moving it in the direction of the arrow.

Selector lever emergency unlocking

Fig. 351  Remove / release the selector lever

Switch on the parking brake.

Open the stowage compartment in the front centre console.

Insert a flat-head screwdriver or similar tool into the gap in the arrow area 

1

» Fig. 351

 and carefully lift the cover in the direction of arrow 

2

.

Press on the yellow plastic part in the direction of arrow 

3

, simultaneously

press the lock button in the selector lever handle and put the lever in position

N.

If the selector lever is moved again to position P, it is once again blocked.

CAUTION

Make sure when lifting not to damage cover parts by the screwdriver in the

shift lever environment.

Replacing windscreen wiper blades

Introduction

WARNING

Replace the windscreen wiper blades once or twice a year for safety rea-

sons.

Replacing the windscreen wiper blades

Fig. 352 

Setting the service position for

the wiper arms

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Fig. 353  Replace windscreen wiper blade

Read and observe   on page 294 first.

Before replacing the windscreen wiper blade, put the windscreen wiper arms

into the service position.

Setting the service position

Switch the ignition on and off again.

Within 10 seconds, push the lever in the direction of arrow 

» Fig. 352

 and

hold for approximately 2 seconds.

Removing the wiper blade

Lift the wiper arm from the window in the direction of arrow 

1

 

» Fig. 353

.

Tilt the wiper blade to the stop in the same direction.

Hold the wiper arm and press the safety catch 

A

 in the direction of arrow

2

.

Remove the wiper blade in the direction of the arrow 

3

.

Attaching the windscreen wiper blade

Push the windscreen wiper blade in the opposite direction of the arrow 

3

until it locks into place. Check that the windscreen wiper blade is correctly

attached.

Fold the windscreen wiper arm back to the windscreen.

Turn on the ignition and press the lever into the direction of the arrow

» Fig. 352

.

Move the windscreen wiper arms into the home position.

Replacing the rear window wiper blade

Fig. 354  Replace the rear window wiper blade

Read and observe   on page 294 first.

Removing the wiper blade

Lift the wiper arm from the window in the direction of arrow 

1

 

» Fig. 354

.

Tilt the wiper blade to the stop in the same direction.

Hold the wiper arm and press the safety catch 

A

 in the direction of arrow

2

.

Remove the wiper blade in the direction of the arrow 

3

.

Attaching the windscreen wiper blade

Push the windscreen wiper blade in the opposite direction of the arrow 

3

until it locks into place. Check that the windscreen wiper blade is correctly

attached.

Fold the windscreen wiper arm back to the windscreen.

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Fuses and light bulbs

Fuses

Introduction

Fig. 355 

Blown fuse

Individual electrical circuits are protected by fuses. A blown fuse is recognisa-

ble by the molten metal strip 

» Fig. 355

 /.

WARNING

Always read and observe the warnings before completing any work in the

engine compartment 

» page 269

.

CAUTION

Replace the faulty fuse with a new one of the same amperage.

If a newly inserted fuse blows after a short time, then seek the assistance of

a specialist garage.

Do “not repair” the fuses and do not replace them with stronger ones - it can

cause a fire and could damage parts of the electrical system.

Note

We recommend always carrying replacement fuses in the vehicle.

There can be several power consuming devices for one fuse. Multiple fuses

may exist for a single power consuming device.

Fuses in the dashboard- LHD

Fig. 356 

Storage compartment on the

driver's side

Read and observe   and   on page 296 first.

The fuse box is located behind the storage compartment on the driver's side.

Replacing fuses

Remove the ignition key, turn off the lights and all electrical consumers.

Open the storage box on the driver side.

Hold the stacker laterally in the region 

A

 and open by pulling in the direction

of arrow 

1

 (A greater force is required to open) 

» Fig. 356

.

Remove the plastic clip under the cover of the fuse box in the engine com-

partment 

» Fig. 360

 on page 299.

Use the clip to pull the fuse out, then insert a new fuse.

Stow the clamp back in the original position.

Close the compartment by pressing in arrow direction 

2

 until you hear it

click.

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Fuses in the dashboard- RHD

Fig. 357  Storage compartment on the front passenger side

Read and observe   and   on page 296 first.

The fuse box is located behind the storage compartment on the front passen-

ger side.

Fold down the storage compartment and replace the fuse

Remove the ignition key, turn off the lights and all electrical consumers.

Open the storage compartment on the front passenger side.

Unlock the brake rod in the direction of arrow 

1

 and remove in the direction

of arrow 

2

 

» Fig. 357

.

Press the detents 

A

 in the direction of arrow 

3

 and the compartment folds

down in the direction of arrow 

4

.

Remove the plastic clip under the cover of the fuse box in the engine com-

partment 

» Fig. 360

 on page 299.

Use the clip to pull out the faulty fuse and then insert a new fuse.

Stow the clip back in the original position.

Fold back the storage compartment

Raise the tray in the opposite direction of arrow 

4

.

Overcome the resistance of the detents 

A

.

Insert the brake rod against the direction of arrow 

2

 and lock against the

direction of arrow 

1

.

Close the storage compartment.

Fuse assignment in the dashboard

Fig. 358 

Fuses

Fig. 359  Fuses for the USB charging function and front seat ventilation:

RHD

Read and observe   and   on page 296 first.

No.

Consumer

1

SCR (AdBlue

®

)

2

Heated steering wheel

3

Not assigned

4

Anti-theft alarm

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No.

Consumer

5

Databus

6

Automatic gearbox

7

Air conditioning, heating, receiver for the remote control for the

auxiliary heating, heated rear window, heated windscreen, clock

8

Light switch, rain sensor, diagnostic connection, parking brake, am-

bient lighting, sensor of the alarm system, headlight

9

USB sockets

10

Infotainment screen

11

Light - left

12

Infotainment

13

Left side belt tensioner

14

Air blower for air conditioning,heating

15

Electric steering lock

16

Phonebox

17

Instrument cluster, emergency call

18

Reversing camera

19

KESSY system

20

SCR (AdBlue

®

), braking system

21

Four-wheel drive, air conditioning compressor

22

Tow hitch

23

Panoramic tilting / sliding sunroof

24

Light - right

25

Central locking - driver's door and rear left door, exterior mirror

driver's side - heating, fold-in function, setting the mirror surface

26

Heated front seats

27

Xenon headlights, interior lights

28

Tow hitch

29

Operating lever underneath the steering wheel

30

Not assigned

31

Opening the boot lid

32

Parking aid (Park Assist)

33

Airbag switch for hazard warning lights

No.

Consumer

34

TCS, ESC, tyre pressure monitoring, air conditioning, reversing light

switch, mirror with automatic dimming, START-STOP, heated rear

seats, parking brake, light switch

35

Diagnostic connector, camera, radar sensor

36

Headlight right

37

Headlight left

38

Tow hitch

39

Central locking - front passenger door and right rear door, front

passenger side mirrors - heating, fold-in function, setting the mirror

surface

40

12-volt power outlets

41

Right side belt tensioner

42

Boot lid, headlight washers, windscreen washer system

43

Music amplifier

44

Tow hitch

45

Electrically adjustable seats

46

230-Volt power socket

47

Rear window wiper

48

Blind spot detection

49

Engine starting, clutch pedal switch

50

Not assigned

51

Heated rear seats, rear display, rear air conditioning

52

Shock absorber adjustment (adaptive suspension)

53

Heated rear window

A

» Fig. 35

8

Front seat ventilation - left-hand drive

B

» Fig. 35

8

USB charging - LHD

298

Do-it-yourself

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No.

Consumer

C

» Fig. 35

9

USB charging - RHD

D

» Fig. 35

9

Front seat ventilation - right-hand drive

Fuses in the engine compartment

Fig. 360  Fuse box cover: Removing the cover / Plastic clip for fuses

Read and observe   and   on page 296 first.

Replacing fuses

Remove the ignition key, turn off the lights and all electrical consumers.

Simultaneously press the lock buttons of the cover together in the direction

of arrow 

1

 and remove the cover in the direction of arrow 

2

 

» Fig. 360

.

Remove the plastic clip under the cover of the fuse box 

» Fig. 360

.

Use the clip to pull the fuse out, then insert a new fuse.

Stow the clamp back in the original position.

Replace the cover, push the lock buttons of the cover together and lock.

CAUTION

The cover of the fuse box in the engine compartment must always be used

correctly, otherwise water may penetrate into the fuse box – there is a danger

of damage to the vehicle!

Fuse assignment in engine compartment

Fig. 361 

Fuses

Read and observe   and   on page 296 first.

No.

Consumer

1

ESC, parking brake

2

ESC

3

Engine control system

4

Radiator fan, control valve for fuel pressure, electric auxiliary heat-

ing, glow plug system, air mass meter, engine components

5

Ignition, engine components

6

Brake sensor

7

Radiator shutters, coolant pump, crankcase ventilation, engine

components

8

Lambda sensor, NOx sensor

9

Coolant pump, ignition, engine components

10

Fuel pump

11

Electrical auxiliary heating

12

Electrical auxiliary heating

13

Oil pump for automatic gearbox

14

Heated windscreen

15

Horn

16

Ignition

299

Fuses and light bulbs

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No.

Consumer

17

ESC, engine control unit, main relay coil

18

Databus, battery data module

19

Windscreen wipers

20

Not assigned

21

Automatic gearbox

22

Engine control system

23

Starter

24

Electrical auxiliary heating

31

Not assigned

32

Not assigned

33

Not assigned

34

Not assigned

35

Not assigned

36

Not assigned

37

Aux. heating

38

Not assigned

Bulbs

Introduction

This Owner's Manual only describes the replacement of bulbs where it is possi-

ble to replace the bulbs on your own without any complications arising. Other

bulbs, Xenon gas-discharge lamps or LED lights must be replaced by a special-

ist garage.
For this reason, we recommend having bulbs replaced by a specialist garage or

seeking other expert help in the event of any uncertainties.

Switch off the ignition and all of the lights before replacing a bulb.

Faulty bulbs must only be replaced with the same type of bulbs. The designa-

tion is located on the light socket or the glass bulb.

We recommend having the headlight settings checked by a specialist garage

after replacing a bulb in the low, high or fog beam.

WARNING

Always read and observe the warnings before completing any work in the

engine compartment 

» page 269

.

Accidents can be caused if the road in front of the vehicle is not suffi-

ciently illuminated and the vehicle cannot or can only be seen with difficulty

by other road users.

H7 and H8 bulbs are pressurised and may burst when changing the bulb -

risk of injury! We therefore recommended wearing gloves and safety

glasses when changing a bulb.

Do not carry out any work on the xenon gas discharge lamps - risk of

death!

CAUTION

Do not take hold of the glass bulb with naked fingers (even the smallest

amount of dirt reduces the working life of the light bulb). Use a clean cloth,

napkin, or similar.

The cap of the filament bulb must always be seated correctly in the head-

light, otherwise this may allow water and debris to enter the headlight - risk of

damage to the headlights.

Note

We recommend that a box of replacement bulbs always be carried in the vehi-

cle.

300

Do-it-yourself

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