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Electrical features of Berlingo M59 (Mk2).
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The BERLINGO 2 possesses an electrical structure incorporating :
BSI : built-in systems interface (dual-CAN, CAN)
BSM : engine relay unit (or engine fusebox)
PCF: "Maxi" fuses box under BSM
COM 2000: Switch module at the steering wheel
multifunction screen

See picture below

[Image: elfeat.png]


BSI Built-in systems interface
BSM Engine relay unit
CV00 Switch module at the steering wheel
0004 Instrument panel
1320 Engine ECU
6570 Airbag ECU
7215 multifunction screen
7800 Stability control ECU (ESP)
8080 air conditioning ECU
8410 Radio
8415 Compact disc changer
8500 Navigation ECU
8600 Anti-theft alarm system

BSI (built-in systems interface) made by Siemens (Ja, Ja! Siemens) Smile

[Image: bsi.png]

Fuses in BSI:
F1 15A Rear wiper (hinged doors) , 12 V socket(Modutop)
F4 20A radio , Instrument panel , multifunction screen , Switch module at the steering wheel
F5 15A Alarm siren
F6 10A Diagnostic socket
F7 15A alarm
F9 30A Heated seats , blower (Modutop)
F10 40A Heated rear screen , Heated mirrors
F11 15A Rear wiper
F12 30A sunroof , Electric windows
F14 10A VAN network , Switch module at the steering wheel
F15 15A VAN network , Instrument panel , radio , multifunction screen
F16 30A Electric door locking
F20 10A Rear right brake light
F21 15A Rear left brake light
F22 20A Lighter , 12 V sockets , electric rear view mirrors , interior lamp , Map reading lamp

BSM or engine compartment fuse box. This type of BSM applies only for petrol engines. For M59s with diesel engines i'll post info a little bit later

The engine fuse box protects and distributes the supplies of various functions by means of relays, fuses and maxi-fuses.
The engine fusebox consists of two associated modules :
Module 1 or just BSM: Module incorporating the maxi fuses Module 2 or just PCF: Module incorporating an electronic card, the fuses and the relays The engine fuse box module 1 provides, from the battery positive cable :
The distribution and protection by maxi fuses of the electrical supplies +BAT to components linked by the principal harness
The battery+ electrical power supply of module 2. See picture below

[Image: bsml.png]

"a" : Module 1.
"b" : Module 2.
"c" : Product identification label.

Fuses in BSM:

F1 reversing lamps (10A)
F2 Fuel pump supply(15A)
F3 Anti-lock braking system unit supply (ABR) or ESP (10A)
F4 Engine ECU (10A)
F5 Unused -
F6 Front foglamps (15A)
F7 Headlamp wash pump (20A)
F8 Main relay of the engine ECU (20A)
F9 LH dipped beam (15A)
F10 RH dipped beam (15A)
F11 LH main beam (10A)
F12 RH main beam (10A)
F13 Horn (15A)
F14 Windscreen and rear screen washer pump (10A)
F15 Engine ECU actuator, oxygen sensor heating, supply to petrol injectors, ignition coils, canister discharge electrovalve (petrol vapour from the tank) (30A)
F16 Air pump supply (30A)
F17 Low and high speed front wipers (30A)
F18 Air conditioning blower (40A)

PCF or fuse box under BSM. Contains only "Maxi" fuses.
The engine fuse box module 1 provides, from the battery positive cable :
The distribution and protection by maxi fuses of the electrical supplies +BAT to components linked by the principal harness
The battery+ electrical power supply of module 2


MF1 Supply to the fan unit
MF2 Anti-lock braking system unit supply (ABR)
MF3 Anti-lock braking system unit supply (ABR) or ESP
MF4 BSI supply
MF5 BSI supply
MF6 Additional heating supply
MF7 Supply of ignition
MF8 Air conditioning or passenger compartment air blower supply




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#2
Thanks PK - I just hope that I don't have cause to need this info, but, knowing the standard of French electrics from bitter experience, I fear it's only a matter of time !!
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#3
May be.....
In fact, i published it just for information. A lot of questions in our forum concerning electrics. But there's no anywhere any graphical image of M59 electrics. And nobody don't understand where to find and what to do.

Soon, I'll publish such kind of info for M49 and B9 models.
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Thanks for posting this pk I look forward to seeing the diesel diagrams
Lliam

53 plate Berlingo Multispace Forte 1.9D Polar White
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#5
hi just like 2 know have a 1.9 berlingo with bad rattle and a friend said it might be the main relay could you tell me where 2 find that relay thanks
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#6
Hey, this is very interesting!
Do you have any idea on the same electrical information for the new Berlingo Van MJ11 ?
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#7
thanks that is interesting .  Would like to see the images no longer present Smile
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#8
i think they are here


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Great post pk Cool can some one from MOD God's Angel put this as a sticky    Wink
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