Ford Sierra – fuse and relay

Ford Sierra was produced in 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993 and 1994. During this time, the Ford Sierra model range has been modernized twice, respectively, and there may be several box diagrams. In our material, we will show a designation of the Ford Sierra fuse boxes and relays with boxes diagrams and photographs. Let’s highlight the fuse responsible for the cigarette lighter.

Ford sierra

The design of the boxes may differ from the one shown and depends on the year of manufacture of the Ford Sierra and the country of delivery. The current assignment of the fuse and relay boxes will be printed on the back of the protective cover.

Engine compartment

The main box with fuses and relays is located at the rear of the engine compartment near the side post and is covered by a protective cover.

Type 1

Photo for example

Block under the hood ford sierra option 1

Diagram

Scheme option 1

Assignment

130A Window Regulator
230A Heated rear eraser and outside mirror
310A Glass cleaner motor
430A Heater, rear window wiper, glass washer
530A Headlight washers
615A Sound signal (on the steering wheel)
715A Additional headlight
810A Clock wiper “pause” switch, warning lights for economy driving mode, indicators of door closing and lamp burnout
915A Direction indicators, brake lights and from reverse
1015A Fog lamp
1130A Electrically controlled lid lock, trunk central door lock
1225A Sill lighting, seat heating, delayed interior lighting, trunk lighting. Digital clock, cigarette lighter, trip computer lighting makeup mirrors
1310A Emergency signaling, sound signal
1410A Left headlight
1510A Right Headlight
1610A Left turn signal
1710A Right turn signal
1810A Left side light, instrument panel lighting, switch lighting engine compartment lighting
1910A Switch lighting (headlights and fog lamps) right side light, glove compartment lighting, instrument lighting
2025A Additional cooling fan – engine compartment
21Turn signal relay
22Horn relay
23Relay, start lock with automatic transmission
24Trunk release relay
25Fog light relay
26Relay dimensions
27Seat belt warning lamp relay
28Headlight washer relay
29Wiper Relay
30Relay for heated rear window and outside mirror with automatic shutdown
31Interior lighting relay
32Rear wiper speed control relay
33Ignition switch relay

Type 2

Ford Sierra Option 2

Diagram

Scheme 1

Assignment 1

115A Left main headlamp left additional headlamp
215A Right headlight, right additional headlight
37.5A Left turn signal
47.5A Right turn signal, headlight range control
55A Left side light
65A Right side light
715A Instrument panel lighting
815A Fuel pump
915A Headlight washers
107.5A Interior lighting, clock, central locking, electric adjustment of the external mirror
1115A Fuel pump
1210A Emergency lights, anti-theft alarm, central locking
1320A Heated front seat, cigarette lighter
1410A Sound signal
1515A Wiper motor, glass washer pump
1620A Heated rear window and outside mirror
1715A Fog lamp
1825A Glow plug relay (diesel)
1910A Rear fog lamp
2010A Direction indicators, reverse lights
217.5A Stop lights
224A Control circuit, control device (with injection system)
2320A Fuel pump
2430A Electric glass lifter
AIgnition lock unloading relay
BDaytime running light auxiliary fuse or rear fog light
CSound signal
DEngine control
ERear fog lights
FDirection indicators
GSeat heating
HFog lights
ISteering and ignition lock
IIDaylight
IIIHeadlight cleaner
IVRear window heater
VChanging the speed of the windshield wiper
VIDelayed interior lighting
VIIABS system
VIIIKick-dowr Timing Relay (Automatic Transmission)
IXChanging the speed of the rear screen wiper
XMain headlights
XIEngine management (with injection system)
XIIStart lock (with automatic transmission)

The fuse is responsible for the cigarette lighter 13 to 20A.

Appointment 2

120A Left main headlight, left additional headlight
220A Right headlight, right additional headlight
310A Left turn signal
410A Right turn signal, headlight range control
510A Left side light
610A Right side light
715A Instrument panel lighting
8Reserve
930A Headlight cleaners
1020A Interior lighting clock, central locking, electric adjustment of the external mirror
1120A Pump (air conditioning)
1210A Emergency lights
1330A Heated front seat, cigarette lighter
1430A Sound signal
1530A Electric motors of wipers, glass washer pump
1630A Heated rear window and outside mirror
1720A Fog lamp
1830A Heater
2015A Direction indicators, reverse lights
2115A Table-signals
2210A Control circuit, control device
2320A Electric front glass lift
2430A Fuel pump
AFree
BAuxiliary daytime running light relay or rear fog lights
CSound signal
DEngine management (with injection system)
IElectric adjustment and heating of the external mirror
FDirection indicators
GSeat heating
HFog lights
ISteering and ignition lock
IIDaylight
IIIHeadlight cleaner
IVFree
VChanging the speed of the windshield wiper
VIIDelayed interior lighting
VIIABS system
VIIITiming relay kick-down (automatic transmission)
IXClimate device pump
XMain headlights
XIEngine management (with injection system)
XIIStart lock (with automatic transmission)

The fuse number 13, 30A, is responsible for the cigarette lighter.

Additional elements

The following relays may be located in the engine compartment in the additional relay box (between the upper right-hand suspension pillar and the battery):

  • heating the intake manifold;
  • turning off the ESC II ignition control module and the idle speed regulator stepper motor;
  • air conditioner with 15 A fuse;
  • engine speed sensor relay.

Passenger compartment

The following relays can be located in the unit under the front panel on the right side (between the middle part of the front panel and the glove box):

  • starting a warm engine (injection engines);
  • control of the glow of light bulbs;
  • central lock;
  • warning indicator pointer.

The following fuses may be located near the steering column bracket:

  • direction indicators and hazard lights;
  • heated front seats;
  • additional radiator fan;
  • an antenna driven electrically;
  • electric glass lifters.

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