Mercedes-Benz A Class II (W169) Fuse box

Years of production: 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Mercedes provides a model that has decent interior space with inexpensive pricing. Those who were concerned about the easy drive and fuel economy had opted for this without any second thoughts. However, this A-class second-generation car has some disadvantages, but all of them get covered with the immense benefits.

A-class is one of the compact cars that come under affordable pricing. In the Mercedes Benz line up, it is an inexpensive model that is good for customers. However, the backdrop of this car is the unusual upright styling that makes it look like a passenger carrier. In the three- door models, it is one of the most practical ones in which rear space is limited.

Mercedes-Benz A-Class: Second Generation (W169)

The model W169 is also available in a five-door variant which is specifically for those families who are equipped with kids. However, at the front of comfort and handling, it makes a downward turn. There are some advancements in this second generation A class specifically in 2008 with new bumpers and headlights. It was equipped with an up gradation in the interior as well. The availability of efficient engines makes it a good choice for a small family. 

The new model specifically the second generation was comparatively safer than the original A-class. It achieved full stars in the Euro NCAP crash test. Apart from this, it has some of the specific features that make it quite significant such as the double-layer floor that prevents the engine from the passenger's compartment in the case of a frontal collision. Apart from all of these, it also contains the airbags as same as the standard version.

The year-wise upgrades made it the right choice at that time as it has decent load carrying capabilities. People were quite satisfied with the overall performance of this Merc model.

Fuse box location

Mercedes-Benz A Class II (W169) Fuse box fuse box location

There are 2 fuse boxes. One fusebox is located in the footwell in the front of the right-hand seat. The second is located below the footrest on the front passenger seat.

FunctionNumber
A/C system / heater5, 70, 71
Airbag system20, 37, 51, 69, 70
Anti-theft alarm system48
Automatic transmission control26, 27, 30
Blower motor (heater/AC)10, 70
Brake lights1, 25
Cigar lighter / socket, front38, 69
Compass28
Dealeropion Japan42
Diagnosis16
Driving school42, 69
Electric power steering24, 65, 70
Electronic ignition loc3, 4
Engine ventilator68
ESP9, 15, 19, 25,30, 70
Fanfare horn6
Fuel pump67
Glove box light42, 69
Heated rear window2
Instrument cluster3, 22, 70
Lamps, front left / cornering lamp55, 62
Lamps, front right / cornering lamp56, 62
Make-up mirror lights42, 69
Motor electronics11, 23, 32, 43, 44, 45, 64
Multi-function steering wheel12
Oberhead control panel8, 40, 69
Parktronic system16
Power window, front13, 14
Power window, rear34, 35
Radio system (SE)33, 41, 46, 50, 63
Reversing light18, 70
Rotaty light switch17, 28, 31, 70
RR Wiper41, 69
SAM29, 66
Seat front left60, 67
Seat front right61, 67
Seat heater49
Socket, load compartment53, 67
Socket, rear53, 67
Starter21, 70
TAXI72, X1, X2
Telephone systems (SE)47, 70
Tilting/sliding roof40
Trailer hitch36, 57, 58, 59, 62, 70
Wipers, front39, 69

Footwell fuse box diagram

Mercedes-Benz A Class II (W169) Fuse box footwell fuse box diagram

Footwell fuse box diagram

Footrest fuse box diagram

Mercedes-Benz A Class II (W169) Fuse box footrest fuse box diagram

Footrest fuse box diagram

All Mercedes-Benz A Class II (W169) info & diagrams provided on this site are provided for general information purpose only. Actual Mercedes-Benz A Class II (W169) (2004-2012) diagrams & schemes (fuse box diagrams & layouts, location diagrams, wiring diagrams etc.) may vary depend on the model version.
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