Seat Leon >> Overview of fitting locations - relay carriers, fuse carriers, electronics boxes

SEAT Leon Service and Repair Manual / Electrical system / Wiring / Relay carrier, fuse holder, E-boxes / Overview of fitting locations - relay carriers, fuse carriers, electronics boxes

Installation site overview - fuse box, E-boxes in the engine compartment

Wiring

  1. - Cover (front)
    • For electronics box (engine compartment)
  2. - Nut
    • 9 Nm
  3. - Nut
    • 9 Nm
  4. - Lines
    • For radiator fan(s)
    • 4.5 Nm
  5. - Lines
    • For terminal 30
    • 4.5 Nm
  6. - Lines
    • For electromechanical power steering
    • 4.5 Nm
  7. - Lines
    • For battery B+
    • 6 Nm
  8. - Lines
    • For terminal 30
    • 4.5 Nm
  9. - Lines
    • For the alternator
    • 6 Nm
  10. - Fuse holder A - SA-
    • Removal and installation
  11. - Securing bar
    • Removal and installation
  12. - Cover
    • For electronics box (engine compartment)
  13. - Relay carrier and safety bracket B - SB-
    • With connecting bar for fuse holder A
    • Removal and installation
  14. - Lines
    • 6 Nm
  15. - Bracket/bearing/support
    • For engine control unit
  16. - Electronics box in the engine compartment
    • Removal and installation

Installation site overview - fuse box, E-boxes in the engine compartment, A-column on left hand drive

Wiring

  1. - Mount for on board system control module - J519-
    • Removal and installation
  2. - Remove and install the control unit holder for the parking assist - J446-
    • Removal and installation
  3. - Fuse holder C - SC-
    • Removal and installation
  4. - Screw
    • 3 units.
    • 3 Nm
    Removing and installing electronics box (E-box)
    Removing With the ignition switched off, disconnect battery earth cable. Remove air filter housing. Diesel engine Remove the engine control unit and lay to the side with connected plugs ...

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