Ford EcoSport fuse and relay

Ford EcoSport has been produced to date in 2 generations since 2003. The first one was sold exclusively in Latin America. The second one is supplied all over the world and was produced in 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021. During this period of time, it was updated once. In our material you will find information designation the fuse boxes and relays for the second generation Ford Ecosport, boxes diagrams and their photos. Note the cigarette lighter fuse.

Ford EcoSport

The model was assembled at factories in Russia, Romania, China, India and other countries, so there is no one general description of fuses and relays. The general arrangement of the boxes is the same, but their design and the purpose of the circuit elements may differ. In case of difficulty, contact your dealer.

Passenger compartment

Fuse box is located behind the glove compartment. To access the fuse box, follow these steps:

  1. Open the glove box and take out the contents
  2. Remove the four screws and then remove the shelf in the glove compartment
  3. Unfasten the side trim
  4. Remove the glove box assembly

the location of the unit in the cabin

Photo for example

block in the cabin ford ecosport


block diagram in the salon Ford Ecosport


F17.5A Clutch of the air conditioning compressor. Rain sensor module. Auto dimming interior mirror.
F210A Stop lights.
F37.5A Reversing lights.
F47.5A Headlight range correction.
F520A Windshield wiper.
F615A Rear window wiper.
F715A Windshield washer pump. Rear window washer pump
F815A Heated driver’s seat.
F915A Heated passenger seat.
F1015A Ignition lock (switch) Ignition switch with a push button. Keyless entry accessory relay.
F113A Instrument panel
F1215A Data connector.
F137.5A Microclimate control system – manual air conditioner. Electronic automatic climate control. Alarm sensors. Remote keyless entry receiver. Audio unit control panel. Resetting the front controls display interface module.
F1415A Audio system. SYNC module. GPS.
F153A Power folding mirrors. Front windows with glass window regulator.
F1620A Remote keyless entry.
F1720A Remote keyless entry.
F18Not used.
F197.5A Instrument panel
F20Not used.
F213A Passenger airbag deactivation warning light
F227.5A Heated exterior mirrors.
F23Not used.
F24Not used.
F257.5A Air conditioning control module. Blower fan. Front fog lights. Cylinder block heater.
F263A Airbag control module.
F2710A Parking aid control button. Body systems control unit. Passive anti-theft system. Anti-lock braking system. Ignition lock (switch). Dashboard. Electric power steering. Windshield washer pump. Rear window washer pump
F287.5A Accelerator pedal. High pressure fuel pump. Powertrain control module. Transmission control module.
F29Not used.
F30Not used.
F3120A Cigarette lighter fuse. Front auxiliary power outlets.
F3220A Rear auxiliary power outlets.
F33Not used.
F3430A Front windows with glass lifters.
F3530A Rear windows with electric glass.
F36Not used.

The fuse number 31, 20A, is responsible for the cigarette lighter.


  • R01 – Ignition
  • R02 – Ignition switch with a push button
  • R03 – Accessory for the keyless entry system.

Engine compartment

Mounting boxes

The main box with fuses and relays in the engine compartment is located on the left side next to the neck of the washer fluid barrel and is covered with a protective cover.

location of the unit under the hood

The photo

Photo of the block under the hood Ford Ecosport


block diagram under the hood Ford Ecosport


160A Engine compartment fuse box
240A Anti-lock braking system
360A Engine compartment fuse box. Powertrain control module
440A Electric blower fan
560A Passenger compartment fuse box
630A Central locking system. Anti-theft alarm
760A Ignition relay, Passenger compartment fuse box
830A Starter
960A High speed cooling fan, Under-hood fuse box.
1030/40 / 60А Transmission control module. Glow plugs. Low speed cooling fan – 1.0L EcoBoost.
1130A Heated windshield (left side)
1230A Heated windshield (right side)
1330A Low Speed ​​Cooling Fan – 1.5L Duratec-16V Ti-VCT and 1.5L Duratorq-TDCi
1430A Transmission control module
1515A Battery discharge prevention system. Front fog lights High beam. Interior lighting. Dipped beam, right side. Passenger airbag deactivation warning light
1615A Dipped beam, left side. Parking lights. Rear fog lamp. Daytime lighting equipment.
1715A High beam
1820A Sound signal
1920A Electronic pump
207.5A Transmission control module. Powertrain control module
2120A Relay for fuel pump and fuel injectors
2215A Front fog lights High beam. Interior lighting. Direction indicators
2310 / 15A Sound signal for turning on the emergency battery power supply. Anti-theft alarm. Horn relay
2420A Heated rear window. Heated exterior mirrors
25Air conditioning relay. Air conditioning relay – 1.0L EcoBoost.
2620a Anti-lock braking system with electronic stability control
2715A Front fog lights
2810A Water pump
2915 / 20A Ignition coil
3015A High speed and low speed cooling fan relay. Powertrain control module. Purging valve of the charcoal filter for the fuel vapor control system.
3115A Cold start solenoid valve. Heated Oxygen Sensor 20A Powertrain Control Module – 1.5L Duratorq-TDCi.
32Not used.


R1High speed cooling fan
R2Glow plugs
R3Front fog lights, Rear fog lights
R4Fuel Pump – 1.5L Duratorq-TDCi
R5Reversing lights
R6High beam
R7Air conditioning control module
R8Sound signal
R9Low speed cooling fan
R11Fuel Pump – 1.0L EcoBoost and 1.5L Duratec-16V Ti-VCT. Diesel Fuel Heater – 1.5L Duratorq-TDCi.
R12Blower fan
R13Powertrain control module
R14Cylinder block heater
R15Cylinder block heater

Battery box

It is located on the positive terminal of the battery, and consists of high power fuse links.

location of the unit on the battery


Block on battery


block diagram for akb


F1450A Starter
F260A Electric power steering.
F3200A Engine compartment fuse box.
F470A Cylinder block heater.
F550A Cylinder block heater.
F630A Battery monitoring system.

In some models, in the places where the cooling fans are connected, it is possible to install separate thermal fuses.

That’s all, and if you have something to add, write in the comments.

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