S40/V40
1. General information
2. Operation and maintenance of the car
3. Design and technical characteristics of engines
4. Repair of the engine
5. Transmission
6. Brake system
7. Forward suspension bracket and steering
8. Back suspension bracket
9. Control system of the Fenix 5.1 engine
10. Electric equipment. Conducting and components
10.1. Introduction
10.2. Relay
10.3. Safety locks
10.4. Plaits of an electrical wiring and modules of management
10.5. General checks
10.6. Technical characteristics of basic elements of electric network
10.7. Technology of replacement of elements of the electric equipment
10.8. Mechanical checks and adjustments
10.9. An arrangement of electric components on the car and schemes of their electric communications
11. Body
12. Schemes of electric equipment
 



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10.3. Safety locks

For protection of elements of electric equipment fuses of several types are used.
4 different types of safety locks are installed in the S40/V40 cars:
1) a big safety lock with screw connection (120 A);
2) big safety locks with flat conclusions;
3) normal safety locks;
4) tiny safety locks (only in salon).

Fig. 10.2. Safety locks of blocks 1 and 2: 1 — block 1 safety locks; 2 — block 2 safety locks


In the block 1 (fig. 10.2) established in a motor compartment there are following safety locks:
1) main safety lock of a starter and generator (120 A);
2) several safety locks on higher current for subsystems;
3) usual safety locks for different components.
Are in the block 2 installed under the dashboard near a rack:
1) all safety locks located after the ignition lock;
2) several safety locks are located directly in power supply chain.
Some elements of system are protected by several consistently established safety locks.

For example:
Lighter:
The main safety lock (1/1), then safety lock (1/2) power supply of the block of safety locks/relay under the dashboard, then a safety lock (2/13) in the block of the relay of illumination of salon.


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