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Audi Q7: Component Location Overview - Relay Panels, Fuse Panels and E-Boxes

Audi Q7 (4M) 2016-2024 Workshop Manual / Electrical System / Electrical Equipment / Wiring / Component Location Overview - Relay Panels, Fuse Panels and E-Boxes

Component Location Overview - Relay Panels, Fuse Panels and E-Boxes

1 - Relay and Fuse Panel 1 -SR1-

2 - Relay and Fuse Panel 2 -SR2-

3 - Nut

  • 3 Nm

4 - Mount

  • For relay and fuse panel

5 - Nut

  • 16 Nm

6 - Nut

  • 16 Nm

7 - Positive Cable

  • From the battery

8 - Wire

  • Allocation. Refer to → Wiring diagrams, Troubleshooting & Component locations.

9 - Wire

  • Allocation. Refer to → Wiring diagrams, Troubleshooting & Component locations.

10 - Nut

  • 9 Nm

11 - Nut

  • 9 Nm

12 - Nut

  • 9 Nm

13 - Nut

  • 9 Nm

14 - Wire

  • Allocation. Refer to → Wiring diagrams, Troubleshooting & Component locations.

15 - Wire

  • Allocation. Refer to → Wiring diagrams, Troubleshooting & Component locations.

16 - Terminal 30 Wire Junction 2 -TV22-

  • Removing and installing. Refer to → Chapter "Terminal 30 Wire Junction 2 -TV22-".

17 - Nut

  • 7.5 Nm

18 - Cover

19 - Suppressor -C24-

  • Overview. Refer to → Chapter "Suppressor -C24-, Removing and Installing".

20 - Terminal 30 Wire Junction -TV2-

  • Removing and installing. Refer to → Chapter "Terminal 30 Wire Junction -TV2-, Removing and Installing".

21 - Nut

  • 3 Nm
  • Quantity: 3

22 - Positive Cable

  • To starter, generator

Overview - Component Location Relay Panel, Fuse Panel, E-Boxes, Left Footwell

Overview - Component Location Relay Panel, Fuse Panel, E-Boxes, Left Footwell

1 - Nut

  • 3 Nm
  • Quantity: 3

2 - Fuse Panel B -SB-

  • Removing and installing. Refer to → Chapter "Fuse Panel B -SB-, Removing and Installing".

3 - Fuse Panel C -SC-

  • Removing and installing. Refer to → Chapter "Fuse Panel C -SC-, Removing and Installing".

4 - Mount

  • For the fuse panel C
  • Removing and installing. Refer to → Chapter "Fuse Panel C -SC-, Removing and Installing".

5 - Upper Fuse Panel

  • Allocation. Refer to → Wiring diagrams, Troubleshooting & Component locations.

6 - Lower Fuse Panel

  • Allocation. Refer to → Wiring diagrams, Troubleshooting & Component locations.

7 - Relay Mount

  • Allocation. Refer to → Wiring diagrams, Troubleshooting & Component locations.

8 - Auxiliary Fuse Panel

Overview - Component Location Relay Panel, Fuse Panel, E-Boxes, Right Footwell

Overview - Component Location Relay Panel, Fuse Panel, E-Boxes, Right Footwell

1 - Wire Junction

  • Vehicles without a high-voltage system: Wire Junction -TV1-
  • Vehicles with high-voltage system: Terminal 30 Wire Junction 3 -TV28-
  • Removing and installing. Refer to → Chapter "Wire Junction, Removing and Installing".

2 - Positive Cable

  • From the battery
  • Tightening specification 9 Nm.

3 - Connector

4 - Protective Diode -J201-

  • Only vehicles with high-voltage system
  • Removing and installing. Refer to → Chapter "Protective Diode -J201-, Removing and Installing".

5 - Nut

  • 9 Nm

6 - Line

  • Allocation. Refer to → Wiring diagrams, Troubleshooting & Component locations.

7 - Nut

  • 9 Nm

8 - Nut

  • 9 Nm

9 - Nut

  • 9 Nm

10 - Nut

  • 9 Nm

11 - Nut

  • 9 Nm

12 - Line

  • Allocation. Refer to → Wiring diagrams, Troubleshooting & Component locations.

13 - Line

  • Allocation. Refer to → Wiring diagrams, Troubleshooting & Component locations.
  • Tightening specification 20 Nm

14 - Line

  • Allocation. Refer to → Wiring diagrams, Troubleshooting & Component locations.

15 - Line

  • Allocation. Refer to → Wiring diagrams, Troubleshooting & Component locations.

16 - Line

  • Allocation. Refer to → Wiring diagrams, Troubleshooting & Component locations.

17 - Nut

  • 3 Nm
  • Quantity: 2

18 - Main Fuse Panel

  • Tightening specifications of the wires. Refer to → Fig. "Tightening Specification for the Main Fuse Panel".
  • Removing and installing. Refer to → Chapter "Main Fuse Panel on Battery, Removing and Installing".

19 - Battery

Tightening Specification for the Main Fuse Panel

Tightening Specification for the Main Fuse Panel

1 - Nut - 9 Nm

2 - Screw - 3.5 Nm

3 - Main Fuse Panel to Battery

4 - Nut - 9 Nm

5 - Nut - 9 Nm

6 - Battery Interrupt Igniter -N253-

7 - Wire - 9 Nm

Overview - Component Location Relay Panel, Instrument Panel, E-Boxes, Luggage Compartment

Vehicles without High-Voltage System

Vehicles without High-Voltage System

1 - Mount

  • For the relay and fuse panel

2 - Relay and Fuse Panel F -SF-

  • Removing and installing. Refer to → Chapter "Fuse Panel F -SF-, Removing and Installing".

3 - Auxiliary Fuse Panel

4 - Relay Mount

  • Allocation. Refer to → Wiring diagrams, Troubleshooting & Component locations.

5 - Fuse Panel

  • Allocation. Refer to → Wiring diagrams, Troubleshooting & Component locations.

Vehicles with High-Voltage System

Vehicles with High-Voltage System

1 - Fuse Panel

  • Allocation. Refer to → Wiring diagrams, Troubleshooting & Component locations.

2 - Auxiliary Fuse Panel

3 - Relay Mount

  • Allocation. Refer to → Wiring diagrams, Troubleshooting & Component locations.

4 - Mount

  • For the High-Voltage Battery Charging Socket 1 -UX4-

5 - Relay and Fuse Panel F -SF-

  • Removing and Installing. Refer to → Chapter "Fuse Panel F -SF-, Removing and Installing".

6 - Nut

  • 3.5 Nm

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     Front Left Relay and Fuse Panel, Removing and Installing

    Fuse Panel B -SB-, Removing and Installing Special tools and workshop equipment required Fiber-Optic Repair Set - Connector Protective Caps -VAS6223/9- from Fiber-Optic Repair Set -VAS6223B- Remo

     Wire Junction, Removing and Installing

    Wire Junction -TV1-, Removing and Installing, Vehicles without High-Voltage System Removing - Disconnect the ground cable from the battery when the ignition is switched off. Refer to → 

     Protective Diode -J201-, Removing and Installing

    Removing - Disconnect the ground cable from the battery when the ignition is switched off. Refer to → Chapter "Battery, Disconnecting and Connecting". - Remove the front sill panel.

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     Fuel

    Types of gasoline The correct gasoline grade is stated on the inside of the fuel filler door. The vehicle is equipped with a catalytic converter and must only be driven with unleaded gasoline. Audi recommends using TOP TIER Detergent Gasoline. For additional information on TOP TIER Detergent Gasol

     Overview - Lower Control Arm and Ball Joint

    1 - Wheel Bearing Housing Side Bonded Rubber Bushing Replacing. Refer to → Chapter "Control Arm Ball Bearing, Replacing, Wheel Bearing Housing Side". 2 - Control Arm Removing and installing. Refer to → Chapter "Control Arm, Removing and Installing". 3 

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