Honda Fit Jazz 2 (2007 – 2013) fuse and relay

The 2nd generation Honda Fit was produced in 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 on the GE, GP and ZA platform. During this time, the model has been restyled. This model has been shipped all over the world. Under the name Honda Fit 2, it was sold in Japan, China, and America. And under the name Honda Jazz 2 – in Europe, some countries in Asia, Australia, the Middle East and Africa. In this material you can find a description of fuses and relays for Honda Fit 2 (Jazz 2) with fuse box diagrams, photo examples of performance and locations. Select the fuse responsible for the cigarette lighter.

Honda fit 2

The purpose of the fuses and relays may differ from those shown and depends on the year of manufacture and the level of electrical equipment of your car.

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Passenger compartment

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


Location fuse boz Honda Fit 2G

To access, remove the protective cover. The block itself will look something like this.

photo of fuse boz Jazz 2g

Check the information with your diagrams.


An example of a diagram with a designation



Diagram Honda Fit


110A Reversing lights
27.5A Tire pressure monitoring system
320A Power window regulator on the driver’s side
510A Reversing lights
610A Supplemental Restraint System (SRS)
710A Gearbox control unit
87.5A Passive Safety System (SRS)
920A Fog lights
107.5A Air conditioner
117.5A Anti-lock braking system AC (ABS)
1210A Generator
1320 Cigarette lighter, Socket for connecting additional equipment
147.5A Auxiliary equipment
157.5A Daytime lighting system
1610A Windshield wiper and rear door glass washer
1720A Power window regulator on the front passenger side
1820A Electric power window rear right door
1920A Power window lifter rear left door
2015A Gasoline pump
2115A Windshield washer
227.5A Instrument cluster
2310A Alarm
2415A Stop lights, horn
2515A Windshield wiper drive
2610A Heater
2730A Central lock
2820A Lights
2910A Side lights
3030A Cooling fan motor
3210/15A Right headlight (dipped beam)
3315A Ignition
3410A Left headlight (high beam)
10A Left headlight (dipped beam)
3515A Electric door lock
3730A Anti-lock braking system ABS (ABS), Vehicle Stability Control (VSA)
3815A Electric door lock
3915A Engine management system
4020A Heated front seats
41Daytime Running Lights
437.5A Air conditioning compressor electromagnetic clutch
447.5A STS
4520A Electric door lock
4620A Roof blind motor
4730A Cooling fan motor
4810/15A Left headlight (dipped beam), left headlight (high beam)
4915A Gearmotor 2 (Unlock) door lock
5015A Gearmotor 1 (Unlock) door lock
5110A Right headlight (high beam)
5215A DBW
5420A Heated rear window
5510A Heated side mirrors
5630A Windshield wipers
5730A Heater fan motor
5830A Anti-lock braking system (ABS), Vehicle Stability Control (VSA)
5920/30A Heated rear window
6040/50A Ignition
6130A Audio system
R1Power window relay
R2Heater fan motor relay
R3Ratio Sensor Relay
R4Lighting Relay #1
R5Ignition coil relay
R6Engine Management Relay #1
R7Relay (Drive By Wire) Control System
R8Rear defroster relay
R9Lighting Relay #2
R10Starter relay
R11Engine Management System Relay #2 (FUEL PUMP)

The number 13 fuse is responsible for the cigarette lighter.

In the upper part, some relays can also be attached.

additional relay

Engine compartment

Power fuse box

A power side made in the form of high-power fusible links is attached to the positive terminal of the battery.


Diagram 2


  1. 100A – Battery
  2. 60/70A – Electric power steering
  3. 20A – Horn, brake lights, hazard warning

Additional elements




  1. Pressure modulator and VSA control unit or pressure modulator and ABS control unit
  2. Electronic engine control unit
  3. Additional relay box №2
  4. Compressor magnetic clutch relay
  5. Cooling Fan Motor Relay
  6. Brush defroster relay
  7. Additional relay box №1
  8. Condenser fan motor relay.

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Comments 2

  • That helpful and I’m grate full.
    I specialise in honda cars and lm looking for investor so that I grow in my projects

  • Can the 20A fuse in the engine compartment for the brake and hazard lights(3) be replaced on it’s own and where is it available in South Africa?

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