Audi A6-S6 (C7-4G) (2010-2018) Fuse Box Location & Diagram

The fourth-generation Audi A6/S6 (C7/4G), which was manufactured from 2010 to 2018, offers a comprehensive range of fuse box diagrams for owners seeking detailed information. These diagrams cover the years 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, and 2018, providing valuable insights into the location of the fuse panels within the vehicle. Additionally, these diagrams facilitate an understanding of the specific assignments for each fuse, offering a clear and concise fuse layout. Whether you are troubleshooting an electrical issue or simply want to familiarize yourself with the fuse configuration in your Audi A6 or S6, these diagrams prove to be an invaluable resource.

Left Side of Dashboard

Fuse Box Location

The fuse box in the Audi A6 is conveniently positioned on the left side of the dashboard, hidden behind a protective cover

Fuse Box Diagram

The table below displays the assignment of fuses on the left side of the dashboard (driver side).

A1Electromechanical power steering, trailer hitch, ionizer, switch strip, seat heating (rear), electromechanical parking brake
A2Horn, climate control system, Gateway, automatic dimming interior rearview mirror
A4Parking aid, headlight range adjustment
A5Dynamic steering, Electronic Stabilization Control (ESC)
A7Adaptive cruise control
A8Front passenger’s seat sensors, airbag
A10Engine sound, night vision assist, garage door opener (HomeLink), parking aid
A11Video camera image processing
A13Steering column switch module
A14Terminal 15 (luggage compartment)
A15Terminal 15 (engine compartment)
B3Front passenger’s seat
B5Airbag, Electronic Stabilization Control (ESC)
B6Anti-theft alarm system
B7Electromechanical parking brake
B8Interior lights
B9Windshield video camera heating, light/rain sensor
B10Lumbar support (driver’s seat)
B11Driver’s seat
B12Electronic stabilization control
B15Front seat heating
B16Dynamic steering
C1Clutch pedal
C2Fuel pump
C3Brake light sensor
C4AdBlue (diesel engine)/engine acoustics
C5Rear door
C6Front door
C7Electronic stabilization control
C8Windshield wiper motor
C9Headlight washer system
C10Interior lighting, climate control system

Right Side of Dashboard

Fuse Box Location

The fuse box is conveniently positioned on the right side of the dashboard, concealed behind a protective cover.

Fuse Box Diagram

The table below displays the assignment of fuses on the right side of the dashboard (passenger side).

A1Infotainment, CD changer
A2Infotainment (display)
B1Climate control system
B2Climate control system (blower)
B3Diagnostic interface
B4Electrical ignition lock
B5Electronic steering column lock
B6Steering column switch module
B7Power steering column adjustment
B8Light switch
B9Head-up display
B10Instrument cluster
B11Infotainment, DVD changer

In a Trunk

Fuse Box Location

The fuse box is situated on the right side of the trunk, concealed beneath a panel. To access it, simply unscrew the two screws at the bottom and remove the panel.

Fuse Box Diagram

The table below displays the assignment of fuses on the right side of the trunk (luggage compartment).

A1Trailer hitch/220 volt socket
A2Trailer hitch/climatized cup holder
A3Trailer hitch/adjusting front passenger’s seat from the rear
A4Electromechanical parking brake
A5Electromechanical parking brake
A6Front door (front passenger’s side)
A7Rear exterior lighting
A8Central locking, closing aid
A9Seat heating (front)
A11Seat heating (rear), climate control system
A12Trailer hitch
B1Left safety belt tensioner
B2Right safety belt tensioner
B3AdBlue tank (diesel engine)/fuel pump
B4AdBlue tank (diesel engine)/engine mount (gasoline engine)
B5Sensor-controlled luggage compartment lid
B6Air suspension, adaptive dampers
B7Rear door (front passenger’s side)
B8Tail lights
B9Luggage compartment lid
B10Rear seat entertainment
B12Rear spoiler (Sportback), tilt/open sunroof, Panorama glass roof
C3Infotainment, automatic dimming interior rearview mirror
C5TV tuner
C6Tank leak detection system
C8Parking heater
C10Lumbar support (front passenger’s seat)
D1Air suspension, adaptive dampers, sport differential, electromechanical parking brake
D2Clutch pedal position sensor/automatic transmission
D4Rear wiper(Avant)
D5Side assist
D6Engine sound
D7Infotainment/sound amplifier
D9Sport differential
D10Climate control system
D11Tire pressure monitoring system/parking heater
E1Special purpose vehicles/rear seats
F1Rear window defogger

2 thoughts on “Audi A6-S6 (C7-4G) (2010-2018) Fuse Box Location & Diagram”

  1. I removed start-stop fuse and it not annoying me anymore, but on the dashboard I see yellow start-stop error 😀 can I drive with it?

    1. I think there should be no problem with that 🙂 anyway, I believe there is a better way to turn off start-stop function, without removing the fuse 😉

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