The European-assembled Ford Fusion subcompact van was produced at a plant in Germany in 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011 with gasoline and diesel engines of 1.2 1.4 1.6 liters. During this period, the car was restyled once. In our material you will find a designation of Ford Fusion fuse boxes and relays, as well as their diagrams and photographs. Separately, we note the fuse responsible for the cigarette lighter. In conclusion, we offer for review a complete guide to repair and maintenance.
The purpose of boxes diagram elements may differ from that shown. Check the description with your technical documentation. And if you have a different generation of Ford Fusion (models from 2012), then study this publication .
It is attached from the side to the battery, on its positive wire and consists of high-power fuse-links. To access it, you need to lift the battery itself.
|FА||80A Auxiliary heater (heater RTS)|
|FC||60A Auxiliary heater (RTS heater) / glow plugs (diesel engine)|
|FD||40A Cooling fan and air conditioning|
|FE||60A Lighting equipment and general electronic module (GEM)|
|FG||60A Engine and lighting equipment|
|FH||60A Heated windshield, ABS, ESP, glass lifters|
This unit is located next to the battery, it looks like a square.
- R1 – Shutdown A / C at wide open throttle
- R2 – High-speed engine cooling fan
- R3 – Auxiliary heater (RTS heater)
- R4 – Auxiliary heater (RTS heater)
The main box with fuses and relays is located in the passenger compartment, behind the glove compartment. To access it, you need to slightly squeeze the sides of the walls.
The actual assignment will be shown as a diagram on the back cover.
|F4||10A Heating (air conditioning) and ventilation system|
|F5||20A Anti-lock braking system (ABS)|
|F6||30A Anti-lock braking system (ABS)|
|F7||15А Durashift EST gearbox|
|F8||7.5A Electric drive of outside rear-view mirrors|
|F9||10A Left low beam headlamp|
|F10||10A Right low beam headlamp|
|F11||15A Lighting when driving during daylight hours|
|F12||15A Power supply circuit of the injection system, ECU|
|F13||20A Engine management system (diesel)|
|F15||20A Fuel pump|
|F16||3A Power supply circuit of the injection system relay, injection computer|
|F17||15A Switch for outdoor lighting|
|F18||15A Car radio|
|F19||15A Lighting when driving during daylight hours|
|F20||7.5A Instrument panel, shutdown timer, license plate light|
|F22||7.5A Side light left side|
|F23||7.5A Side light right side|
|F24||20A Central locking and burglar alarm horn|
|F25||15A Hazard warning lights|
|F26||20A Heated rear window, tailgate|
|F27||15A Sound signal|
|F28||3A Battery, starter|
|F29||15A Cigarette lighter|
|F30||15A Ignition system|
|F31||10A Switch of outdoor lighting devices|
|F32||7.5A Heated exterior mirrors|
|F33||7.5A Instrument Switch|
|F35||7.5A Heated front seats|
|F37||3A Anti-lock braking system (ABS)|
|F38||7,5А General purpose electronic unit|
|F40||7,5А automatic transmission|
|F42||30A Heated windshield|
|F43||30A Heated windshield|
|F44||3A Car radio|
|F45||15A Stop lights|
|F46||20A Windshield wiper and washer|
|F47||10A Rear door glass wiper|
|F48||7,5A Reversing light|
|F49||30A Heater motor|
|F50||20A Fog lights|
|F51||15A auxiliary cigarette lighter fuse|
|F52||10A Left high beam headlamp|
|F53||10A Right high beam headlamp|
Fuse numbers 29 and 51 at 15A are responsible for the cigarette lighter.
Please note that Gem is also responsible for the operation of the central locking, alarm, turn signals, wipers, interior lighting and the diagnostic system – the unit located under the dashboard on the driver’s side, behind the glove box.
If you have any questions, ask them in the comments.