Audi Q2 (GAB) (2016-2023) Fuse Box Location & Diagram

Welcome to our comprehensive guide to the Audi Q2, a subcompact luxury crossover SUV that has been captivating drivers since its introduction in 2016. This stylish and versatile vehicle offers a perfect blend of elegance, performance, and cutting-edge technology. In this article, we will focus on an essential component of the Audi Q2’s electrical system—the fuse box. Whether you own a 2016 model or are considering purchasing a more recent version, such as the 2023 edition, we’ve got you covered. We will provide you with detailed fuse box diagrams for 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022 and 2023, along with information about the fuse panel’s location and the assignment of each fuse. So, buckle up and let’s dive into the world of Audi Q2 fuse boxes to ensure that you’re equipped with the knowledge you need to maintain and troubleshoot your vehicle with confidence.

It is crucial to emphasize that under no circumstances should you attempt to repair a fuse or replace a blown fuse with one that has a higher ampere rating. Doing so can potentially cause severe damage to the vehicle’s electrical system and poses a significant risk of fire.

Cockpit Fuse Panel

Fuse Box Location

The fuse box location varies between right-hand drive (RHD) and left-hand drive (LHD) configurations of the Audi Q2. To find the precise placement of the fuse panel in your specific model, please refer to the accompanying images below. These visuals will help you identify the exact location of the fuse box, ensuring that you can access it easily when needed.

Left-hand drive (LHD)

For left-hand drive (LHD) Audi Q2 vehicles, the fuse box can be found behind a cover in the steering column area.

Right-hand drive (RHD)

In right-hand drive (RHD) Audi Q2 vehicles, you can find the fuses positioned behind a cover located in the glove box.

Fuse Box Diagram

The table presented below provides a comprehensive breakdown of the fuse allocation within the cockpit of the Audi Q2.

F1AdBlue engine components
F2Seat adjuster
F4Infotainment control console
F6Selector lever (for automatic gearbox)
F7Air conditioner/heater console, relay coil for rear window heating
F8Switch for electro-mechanical parking brake, light switch, rain/light sensor, interior lighting, anti-theft alarm system, diagnostic connector, emergency call system
F9Steering column switch module
F10Infotainment/head-up display
F11Belt tensioners (driver’s side)
F12Infotainment components
F13Control unit for suspension control
F14Blower (heating system/air conditioner)
F15Electric steering column lock
F16Infotainment components
F17Instrument cluster
F18Reversing camera
F19Control unit for convenience access, park assist
F20AdBlue engine components
F22Power-operated boot lid
F23Control unit for vehicle electrical system (right side)
F24Panorama sun roof
F25Front/rear door control unit, front/rear window switches
F26Seat heating
F27Sound amplifier
F29Interior lights
F31Control unit for vehicle electrical system (left side)
F32Control unit for camera, radar sensor, park assist
F34Button lighting for hold assist, interior sound, reversing light switch, temperature sensor, coil for electrical socket relay, button for hold assist
F35Function lighting (halogen), headlight range control, air quality sensor, automatic anti-dazzle mirrors, diagnostic connector, centre console power supply
F36Right headlight (LED)
F37Left headlight (LED)
F39Front/rear door control unit, front/rear window switches
F40Cigarette lighter, electrical sockets
F41Belt tensioners (front passenger’s side)
F42Central locking system, windscreen washer
F43Interior lights
F44Four-wheel drive
F47Rear window wiper
F49Clutch sensor (relays 1+2)
F53Rear window heating

Engine Compartment Fuse Panel

Fuse Box Location

There are additional fuses located beneath a cover in the left side of the engine compartment.

Fuse Box Diagram

Below, you will find a comprehensive table detailing the fuse assignments, enabling easy identification and troubleshooting.

F1Electronic stabilisation control (ESC)
F2Electronic stabilisation control (ESC)
F3Engine control unit
F4Engine components, engine cooling, supplementary heater relay coils (1+4+7), secondary air pump relay
F5Engine components, tank system (diesel)
F6Brake light sensor
F7Engine components, coolant pumps, tank system (petrol)
F8Lambda probe
F9Engine components, exhaust flap, control unit for automatic glow period (relay 6)
F10Fuel control unit, fuel pump
F11Supplementary heater heating rod 2
F12Supplementary heater heating rod 3
F13Automatic gearbox
F16Ignition coil (relay 8)
F17Electronic stabilisation control (ESC), engine control unit (relay 5)
F18Battery monitoring, gateway
F19Windscreen wipers
F20Anti-theft alarm system
F22Terminal 50, diagnostics, engine control unit
F24Supplementary heater heating rod 1
F31Vacuum pump
F33Automatic gearbox, gearbox oil pump

2 thoughts on “Audi Q2 (GAB) (2016-2023) Fuse Box Location & Diagram”

  1. I was looking for cigarette lighter fuse and only with help of your fuse diagram I found it, it was F40 fuse 🙂 thank you for this!! hope it will not burn again…

    1. First of all, thank you for choosing as your guide to finding the correct fuse. Secondly, I hope you will bookmark our page for future reference. Have a nice day!

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