The left glovebox has the BSI which holds a number of fuses and a link.
fuse 1: 15A: diagnostic socket supply - motorised strikers - sliding door switches - steering wheel controls
fuse 4: 20A: clock - mutifunction display - audio equipment - audio-telephone - alarm unit
fuse 5: 15A: alarm siren
fuse 6: 10A: diagnostic socket - steering wheel angle sensor - seat belt buckles control unit
fuse 7: 15A: alarm unit - rain/brightness sensor
fuse 9: 30A: towbar socket
fuse 10: 40A: rear screen and external mirrors demisting
fuse 11: 15A: rear wiper
fuse 12: 30A: electric windows - sunroof
fuse 14: 10A: engine fuse box - steering wheel controls - air-bags and pre-tensioners control unit
fuse 15: 15A: instrument panel - multifunction display - audio equipment - audio/telephone - CD changer - air conditioning - parking assistance - sliding doors
fuse 16: 30A: central locking - deadlocking
fuse 20: 10A: right brake light
fuse 21: 15A: left brake light - third brake light
fuse 22: 20A: courtesy & map reading lights - glove box light - cigar lighter socket - external mirrors - number-plate lights
the two 40amp fuses here are for the sliding door main motors, one for each door. They should be in the two left-most sockets.
A few cars will have an additional fuse (4th from left) - this is for the JBL 240-watt Hi-Fi system when fitted.
Access to the fuse panel in the glove box is not obvious: - first release the white lever (mine was already broken and the panel is well enough secured without it) which locks the panel in position with a quarter-turn.
Then reach underneath and feel for a springy piece of plastic; on my RHD cars this is on the left near the back of the fuse panel (closest to the lid and the outside of the car). Push this sideways at the same time as pulling the fuse box assembly forward and down.
The whole box can be lowered by pulling forward and the bulkhead end downwards so the pegs disengage along the grooves - it is a tight fit but simple once you know!
The cigar lighter socket is fed from F22 (this is on the second row back; yellow 20amp fuse just to the right of the link SH)
The engine compartment fusebox is under the bonnet, to the right of the battery when standing in front of the car. Access is by pushing the clip holding the right-hand edge to the right; this should release the cover which simply lifts off.
If this lid is not replaced properly, WATER CAN GET INTO THE FUSEBOX and can drain down into the vital BSI FUSEBOX IN THE GLOVE LOCKER that can give rise to unconnected results affecting various circuits. Locate the lid in position and press down hard until the clip at the right hand edge clicks into place.
fuse 1: 10A: diesel pre-heat & water sensor - reversing light - 2-tronic control unit
fuse 2: 15A: fuel pump
fuse 3: 10A: ABS/ESP control unit
fuse 4: 10A: injector and power steering control units - brake & clutch switches - 2-tronic gearbox relay - diesel additional heater & coolant level detector
fuse 5: -----: not used
fuse 6: 15A: front fog lamps
fuse 7: -----: not used
fuse 8: 20A: fan assembly relay - injection control unit
fuse 9: 15A: left dipped headlamp
fuse 10: 15A: right dipped headlamp
fuse 11: 10A: left main beam headlamp
fuse 12: 10A: right main beam headlamp
fuse 13: 15A: horn
fuse 14: 10A: front and rear wash-wipe pumps
fuse 15: 30A: ignition coil - solenoid valves - purge canister - oxygen sensors - injectors - diesel airflow sensor, injection pump & high pressure regulation
fuse 16: 30A: air pump relay - diesel heater
fuse 17: 30A: windscreen wipers
fuse 18: 40A: air blowers
fuse MF1: 30A: Fan assembly
fuse MF2: 30A: ABS/ESP control unit
fuse MF3: 30A: ABS/ESP control unit
fuse MF4: 60A: Built-in Systems Interface supply
fuse MF5: 70A: Built-in Systems Interface supply
fuse MF6: 80A: Both sliding doors and audio amplifier
fuse MF7: 30A: Ignition switch, power
fuse MF8: 80A: Electric power steering