Wow, no fuse diagram in the owner's manual of my 2013 CC Sport. Uncool. Power outlets not working. Found the blown fuse, but only by plucking out each one at a time. Anyone have a diagram?
I've got a 2011 CC - same thing, no fuse diagram in the manual. I don't even think there is one on the covers for the fuse box! The manual has a great disclaimer, "Due to ongoing development of the vehicle, equipment-dependent allocation of fuses and the combined fuse protection of multiple loads using one fuse, an up-to-date overview of the fuse location per load is not possible at time of printing. Detailed information regarding fuse box layout is available from authorized Volkswagen dealers and authorized Volkswagen Service Facilities." Lots of help that is! Guess I'll ask at the dealer the next time I go in for service.
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At VW Vortex there was a guy who started pulling fuses out to check for the same thing, then couldn't remember which fuses went where!! Had to have the car towed to the dealer cuz it wouldn't start! That must have sucked! All he was trying to do was replace the blown fuse for his power outlet! Anyway, yeah, I saw the disclaimer on my manual. Boooo. Love the car though!
I've attached a drawing I made for my 2012 CC. I do not know what each of the fuses(s) are for, just amperes & location. I know its not enough, but hey, it's a start.
I rented a car that had a busted cigarette lighter aka cell phone/electronics charger. I tracked the problem to the fuse box and this thread, then registered to post the below image. The highlighted block is the cigarette lighter fuse location (20 AMP), 1 fuse for both front and rear. Vehicle information below.
2012 Volkswagen CC Sport
Engine: 2.0L I4 FSI
Style / Body: Coupe 4D
Country of Assembly: Germany