Aston Martin Free PDF Manual

Modern models

  • Aston Martin V8 Vantage
  • Aston Martin V8 Vantage Roadster
  • Aston Martin DB9
  • Aston Martin DB9 Volante
  • Aston Martin Vanquish
  • Aston Martin Rapide S
  • Aston Martin Cygnet
  • Aston Martin DB11

Aston Martin Lagonda (1987) – fuse box diagram

Under-bonnet fuse box LHD

Numer, Ampere rating [A], Function

1 10 LH Main beam

2 10 LH Inner main beam

3 10 RH Main beam

4 10 RH Inner main beam

5 15 Spot lamps

6 15 Front fog lamp

7 20 Engine fans high

8 15 Engine fans low

9 25 Front A/C Unit

10 15 Rear A/C Unit

11 3 Alternator, Ignition

12 25 Lamp wash motor

13 15 Door locks

14 20 Horns

15 10 Inhibit relay, interior lamps


Numer, Ampere rating [A], Function

16 20 HR Screen

17 15 Cigar Lighter

18 10 Spare

19 15 Spare

20 25 Spare

R1 Air/Cond

R2 Inner H Lamps

R3 Fog lamps

R4 Front W Lift

R5 Starter motor

R6 H/R Screen

R7 Rear W Lift

R8 Spare

R9 Spot lamps

R10 Speed lock

Console-mounted fusebox

Number, Ampere rating [A], Function

1 10 LH DIP Beam

2 10 RH DIP Beam

3 10 LH Side tail lamps

4 10 RH Side tail lamps

5 20 LHF W/Lift SW/S

6 20 RHF W/Lift SW/S

7 20 LHF W/Lift SW

8 20 RHF Seat  motor

9 15 LH Seat motor

10 15 RH Seat motor


Number, Ampere rating [A], Function

11 15 Wiper motor

12 10 Stop/reverse lamps

13 10 Indicators hazard

14 5 Instrumentation

15 5 Memory

16 20 Fuel injection

17 20 Fuel injection

18 15 Alarm

19 15 Spare


20 20 Spare

Initially the name of the company consisted of the names osnovateley- Bamford & Martin, but in 1914 the company Martin won the race to the Aston Clinton hill, driving a car of its own design - Singer-10 on the basis of the Italian Isotta. This landmark event owners decided to perpetuate in the new brand name - so it turned out Aston Martin. During its history, the brand has repeatedly passed from hand to hand. Under the leadership of David Brown, who bought the company in 1947, some of the most famous Aston Martinov came out: the first model of the DB series and its racing version - DBR1 (1957). During his reign Aston Martin teamed up with Lagonda and won the victory in the 24 Hours of Le Mans.



A new round of Aston Martin history occurred in 1972, when the company was sold to a Birmingham-based consortium of Campaign Development Limited, and then resold to two American entrepreneurs - Peter Sprague and George Minden. In this period came the famous Aston Martin V8, which in the UK revolutionized the sports car market, where the Italians used to dominate.


In 1987, the next owner of Aston Martin was the American concern Ford, who bought a 75% stake in the company. In 1993, Americans received full control over the brand. Under the wing of Ford was developed and debuted Aston Martin DB7, from which the development of modern design of the brand began. The "seven" was conceived as an entry-level model, but eventually (with the release of V12 in 1999) took the place of the flagship. Such cars were produced 7000pieces, this is one of the most popular cars of the company.

It's interesting to know


Cars of the British brand are still assembled by hand, so they are produced by today's standards in very limited series. Today, the assembly capacity of Aston Martin is within 300 cars per year. The master who assembled the machine leaves its own brand on it.


Almost nothing has changed since the company was founded. The assembly of machines is carried out in small hangars without the use of modern technologies. Ford decided not to change the tradition and not to install automated assembly lines.