Honda CR-V 4G (2012 – 2016) fuse and relay

Honda CR-V 4 th generation was produced in 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 with different body designations: Rm1, Rm2, Rm3, Rm4. During this time, the model has been restyled. In this article, we will present a description of the Honda CRV 4 fuses and relays with fuse box diagrams, photographs and locations. Note the fuse responsible for the cigarette lighter.

Honda CRV4

The purpose of the fuses and relays may differ from the one shown and depends on the year of manufacture, the level of electrical equipment and the region where your car was delivered.

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Passenger compartment

In the passenger compartment, the main fuse and relay box is located under the instrument panel on the driver’s side.

Location in salon


Check the purpose of the elements with your diagrams on the cover of the blocks.

Circuit example





210A Camshaft Position Sensor (CMP) A, Purge Valve (EVAP), Secondary Oxygen Sensor (HO2S), Electrical Load Sensor (ELD), Brake Pedal Position Sensor, Mass Air Flow Sensor/Intake Manifold Air Temperature Sensor (MAF/IAT )
310A Airbag control unit (SRS)
415A Fuel pump, engine control module main relay (PGM-FI Main), immobilizer, powertrain control module (PCM)
510A Instrument Cluster, Driver’s Side Body Electronics Unit (MICU), Reverse Relay, Compass, Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS), Shift Lock, Shift Indicator
67.5A Sunroof, 4WD relay (Real Time), 4WD control unit (Real Time)
77.5A Powertrain Control Module (PCM)
815A Central locking (unlocking)
910A Central locking (unlocking)
107.5A Trailer
10A Daytime running lights
1120A Hatch
1220A Center console socket (relay)
1315A ’15-’16: Washer
1420A Driver’s seat heating relay (“weak” mode), Driver’s seat heating relay (“strong” mode), Passenger’s seat heating relay (“weak” mode), Passenger seat heating relay (“strong” mode)
1510A Central locking (driver’s door unlock)
1620A Power driver’s seat (longitudinal movement)
1720A Power driver’s seat (back)
1820A ’15-’16: Power passenger seat (fore/aft)
197.5A Audio, Navigation, DVD Player (Rear Entertainment System), Front Outlet Relay, Outlet Relay (Console)
207.5A Ignition key interlock, driver’s side body electronics unit (MICU)
217.5A Daytime running lights, ignition switch, fuse: “22”
227.5A Heater relay, fan relay, cooling fan relay, heating-ventilation-air conditioning (HVAC) control unit, climate control unit, power mirrors, heated passenger seat, heated driver’s seat
2310A Rear Wiper, Circuit Board Relay
247.5A Vehicle Stability Control (VSA), Electric Power Steering (EPS), Steering Angle Sensor
2510A Audio system, navigation
2620A Power trunk
2720A Front socket (relay)
2815A Washer relay, rear washer relay
297.5A Front seat occupied detection system (ODS), front passenger airbag deactivated indicator, airbag control unit (SRS)
3010A Central locking (driver’s door lock)
3110A ’15-’16: Smart
3215A Central locking (door lock)
3315A Central locking (door lock)
3410A Parking light, license plate light, direction indicators
357.5A Dashboard illumination
3610A ’15-’16: Rear wiper
3720A ’15-’16: Front fog light
15A Adaptive lighting system
3810A Left headlight (high beam)
3910A Right headlight (high beam)
407.5A Tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS), rear fog light
4120A Central locking (door lock relay, drivers door unlock relay, door unlock relay, trunk lock relay)
4220A Power window, driver’s side, power window control unit
4320A Rear right power window
4420A Passenger side power window
4520A Rear left power window
4630A Wiper
R1Engine control unit (No. 2)
R2Front outlet
R4Throttle body (ETCS)
R5Engine control unit (No. 1)
R6Power windows

Fuses numbered 12 and 27 are responsible for the operation of the cigarette lighters.

Engine compartment

Under the hood, in the engine compartment, on the left side, next to the battery, is the main fuse and relay box.

Photo – example

Photo honda crv 4




87.5A A/C fan relay, fan relay, powertrain control module (PCM), cooling fan relay
97.5A ’15-’16: Vehicle Stability Control (VSA)
107.5A Heated mirrors
117.5A Starter
1220A ’12-’14: Front fog light relay
20A ’15-’16: Injectors
1320A Audio amplifier
1410A Horn relay, battery sensor
1510A Alarm
1610A Brake pedal position sensor
1715A Ignition coil relay
1815A Additional relay of the engine control unit
1910A ’15-’16: Daytime running lights
2020A ’15-’16: Power passenger seat (backrest)
2115A ’15-’16: Heated wiper parking area
2215A Throttle relay (ETCS)
2315A Main relay of the engine control unit (PGM-FI Main) (No. 1)
2410A Left headlight relay (low beam)
2510A Right headlight relay (low beam)
2620A Side light relay
277.5A A/C compressor clutch relay
287.5A Interior lighting relay, power driver’s seat (pumping)
2910A Audio system, navigation, reversing lamps, diagnostic connector (DLC), instrument cluster, immobilizer, rear entertainment system, automatic headlight switch, multi-information display, driver’s side body electronics unit (MICU), rear camera
3170A Electric Power Steering (EPS)
3240A Power trunk
3340A ’12-’14: Vehicle Stability Control (VSA)
20A ’15-’16: Vehicle Stability Control (VSA)
3420A ’12-’14: Vehicle Stability Control (VSA)
40A ’15-’16: Vehicle Stability Control (VSA)
3530A Four-wheel drive connection system (E-DPS), four-wheel drive relay (Real Time), four-wheel drive control unit (Real Time)
36100A Generator, fuses: “29”, “41”, “42”, “43”
4150A Ignition switch, electrical load sensor (ELD), fuses (interior box) “16”, “17”
4260A Fuses (cabin box) “25”, “27”, “41”
4360A Fuses (cabin box) “12”, “14”
4430A Fuses (cabin box) “37”, “38”, “39”, “40”
4530A ’15-’16: Starter
4630A Heated rear window relay
4840A Heater relay
4930A Wiper relay
5020A A/C fan relay
5120A Cooling fan relay
R3Air conditioner fan
R4Ignition coils
R5Front fog light
R6Engine control unit (PGM-FI)
R7Rear window heating
R8Electrical Load Sensor (ELD)
R10Sound signal
R11Fan control
R12Cooling fan
R14A/C Compressor Clutch

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Comments 1

  • I have a 2015 Honda CRV. Which relay is associated with the center console power socket? I’ve tested the fuse and it’s good.

    Thanks, Rich

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