Abarth 500: History And Fuse Box Diagram

Hello everyone, how are you guys? The discussion this time is about the Abarth 500. Produced in 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016. If you want to know more about the Abarth 500 then please read the review below for more details!

Abarth 500 History

In 1949, after the unfortunate financial downfall of Cisitalia, Carlo Abarth founded Abarth & C. in Bologna along with his friend and fellow racer Guido Scagliarini.

Carlo’s zodiac sign, Scorpio, is represented by the scorpion, which Abarth selected as their logo. The 595, 695, and 124 Spider are all small vehicles that deliver a punch, in keeping with Carlo’s idea of “small and mean,” which was exemplified by the Scorpion.

In the 1950 Palermo-Montepellegrino hill climb, when Tazio Nuvolari competed and won the final race of his illustrious career in the Cisitalia-Abarth 204a, Abarth fully burst onto the racing scene.

Abarth’s revival was announced in 2007. In the past decade and a half, Abarth has had increasing sales and a successful growth into foreign markets since being relaunched as an independent brand. The 2011 Trofeo Abarth 500 Italia and Trofeo Abarth 500 Europa competitions featured the Abarth 500.

The Abarth 500 made its debut in 2008 and quickly established itself as the company’s signature design. The 124 Spider joined the lineup in 2016 and quickly established itself as an iconic vehicle.

Abarth 500 – Fuse Box in Engine Compartment

Abarth 500: History And Fuse Box Diagram

Abarth 500 – Fuse Box – Engine Compartment

OdbiornikiBezpiecznikPrąd [A]
Climate control system fanF0830
+15 Engine control unit, relay coil T20F167,5
Engine control unitF1710
Engine control system (secondary loads)F1110
Main headlightsF1415
Sunroof motorF1520
Fuel pumpF2115
Ignition coilF2215
Engine control unitF2220
Engine control unit, relay T09 coilF187,5
Conditioner compressorF197,5
Heated rear window, mirror demistersF2030
Front socket (with or without cigar lighter plug)F8515
Braking system (control unit, valves)F2320
+15 Braking system, electrical driving, yaw sensorF247,5
Fog headlightsF3015
+15 for backing lights, T02, T05, T14 and T19 relay coilsF877,5


DescriptionRelayAmpere rating [A]
High-speed engine cooling fanT0750
Climate control system fanT0830
Engine control system (main relay)T0930
Main headlightsT0220
Conditioner compressorT0520
One-speed engine cooling fan – Low speed engine cooling fanT0630
Fuel pumpT1730
Fog headlightsT1420
Front socket (with or without cigar lighter plug)T5130

Abarth 500 – Fuse Box in Dashboard

Abarth 500: History And Fuse Box Diagram

Abarth 500 – Fuse Box – Dashboard

FuseFuseAmpere rating [A]
Supply of right low beamF127,5
Supply of left low beam and headlamp direction adjustment control unitF137,5
Engine compartment shunt control unit switchF315
Stop lights switch, instrument panel nodeF375
Door central lockingF3820
Windshield/Rear windshield washer pumpF4315
Lights of front and rear ceiling lights, trunk and door courtesy lightsF327,5
Diagnostic socket, car radio, climate control system, EOBDF3610
Air bag nodeF507,5
Car radio switch, convergence, climate control system, stop lights, clutchF517,5
Instrument panel nodeF535
Driver side power windowF4720
Passenger side power windowF4820
Backlighting switches, electric mirrorsF495


On the Abarth you can now choose between a hatchback or cabriolet version of the Abarth 595, the more powerful Abarth 695 with a 1.4 turbo T-Jet petrol engine, or the 124 Spider. Like the beast, the legacy of the Scorpion remains, and thanks to its different victories, it has earned a place among the greats, where it will most likely remain and thrive. May be useful!

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