Used Mercedes-Benz Fuse Box Panels

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About Fuse Box Panels

The function of the Mercedes-Benz fuse box panel is to house, bridge and protect the electrical and the electronic components in the vehicle with fuses. These include the main computer, the engine, the transmission, the lights, wipers and all electrical components.

The panel contains a series of different value fuses that will blow if a problem occurs in an electrical part or system which has caused a short circuit. Investigation of the cause can be traced as each fuse has a connection to a certain component, electrical part or area of the vehicle. On occasion the problem can be with the panel itself and it may need replacement.

The Mercedes-Benz fuse box panel contains an array of different value fuses designed to blow if a set amperage is exceeded. The fuse box panel is usually located below the front console above the front footwells or in the glove compartment. The values of the fuses are commonly 5 amp, 10 amp, 15 amp, 20 amp, 25 amp and 30 amp. The fuses are colour coded and you should replace blown fuses of the same value in the fuse box panel. The colour codes are green for 5 amp, red for 10 amp, blue for 15 amp, yellow for 20 amp, clear for 25 amp and green for 30 amp.

Problems with the fuse box panel are normally due to the melting of the plastic construction due to short circuit burning around a blown fuse. The replacement fuse box panel needs to be matched to the original to allow for the correct rewiring and the right amount of fuses needed for the specific vehicle make and model. The Mercedes-Benz fuse box panel ensures perfect compatibility with the make and model of your vehicle.

Mercedes-Benz trivia

  • Ever noticed that you've never heard a Mercedes rattle or make any kind of squealing sound? You never will either, because all of their vehicles are welded in up to 10,000 places! You're not going to find a loose nut or bolt rolling around.
  • Karl Benz might have patented the design of his Motorwagen in 1886, but it was his wife who jumped behind the wheel first for a quick (as quick a 0.9hp will deliver) 120-mile tour through the countryside of Germany. Poor Karl didn't even know!
  • Nepal had very few roads at the time, but the car company still gifted a shiny new Merc to the king of the country in 1940. It was the first car that had ever been in Nepal!
  • Unlike most cars, Mercedes vehicles are not spray painted. Instead, they are completely submerged in anti-corrosion coating and primer. That means the protective liquid can get into every part of the car.
  • If you thought self-driving cars were all about Tesla, then it might surprise you to know that Mercedes Benz made an autonomously driving vehicle as early as 1995. It didn't gain popularity, but it became the foundation of the modern driving technology found in every Mercedes Benz.