Honda Stream 2G (2007 – 2014) fuse and relay

Honda Stream 2 nd generation was produced in 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014 with body designations Rn6, Rn7, Rn8, Rn9. During this time, the model has been restyled. In our article you will find a description of the Honda Stream 2 fuses and relays with fuse box diagrams, photographs and their locations. Select the fuse responsible for the cigarette lighter.

Honda stream rn6

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

Passenger compartment

Inside, the main fuse and relay box is located at the bottom of the instrument panel, behind a protective cover.


Photo diagram

Diagram 1


17.5A Illumination of the control panel for mirrors with electric drive, glass lift relay
215A, Fuel Pump, CMP Sensor A, Engine Control Module (ECM/PCM), Immobilizer Control Module
310A Alternator, engine control module (ECM/PCM), EVAP (mass air flow (MAF) sensor)
47.5A ABS or VSA control unit and pressure modulator, multi-axis acceleration sensor (VSA), electric power steering (ESP) control unit
515A Heating, seat heating relay
620A Front fog lamp
77.5A Tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS)
87.5A Rear wiper
97.5A Front passenger seat occupied detection system (ODS), front passenger airbag deactivation indicator, airbag control unit
107.5A Instrument Cluster (Tachometer), Power Window Control Unit (Coupe), Reversing Light Switch (M/T), Selector Lever Lock Solenoid (A/T), Body Electronics Unit (MICU), Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) ) , Battery Monitoring Module (BCM) (Hybrid), Interface Box
1110A Airbag control unit
1210A Right headlight (high beam)
1310A Left headlight (high beam)
147.5A Dashboard lighting, interior lighting, front passenger airbag deactivation indicator
157.5A Parking lights, license plate lighting
1615A Right headlight (dipped beam)
1715A Left headlight (low beam)
1820A High beam, body electronics unit (MICU)
1915A Parking lights, body electronics unit (MICU)
207.5A Rear fog lamp
2120A Low beam, body electronics unit (MICU)
237.5A Starter signal, engine and transmission control module (PCM)
2420A Sunroof
2520A Central locking, body electronics unit (MICU)
2620A Power window driver (power window control unit)
2720A Heating and air conditioning system
2815A Socket in center console
2915A Front socket (cigarette lighter)
3020A Front passenger glass, sunroof control unit (coupe)
3120AF Headlight washer
3220A Rear right power window, sunroof control unit
3320A Rear left electric window regulator
357.5A Audio system, front socket, center console socket, audio amplifier (coupe), handsfree control unit (HandsFreeLink), ignition switch, body electronics unit (MICU), interface unit
3610A HEAT/A/C Control Panel, Power Mirrors, Air Recirculation System, A/C Compressor Clutch Relay, Heater Relay, Heated Mirror Relay, Heated Rear Window Relay, Cooling Fan Control Relay, Cooling Fan Relay (A/C Diode)
377.5A Daytime running lights, body electronics unit (MIKU)
3830A Wiper, body electronics unit (MICU)

Cigar lighter (power outlet) fuses are the fuses #28 (Rear Accessory Socket) and #29 (Accessory Socket)

Relays are installed in the upper part of the unit.

Relay diagram


  • R1 – Power Window
  • R2 – Fuel Pump (PGM-FI Main 2)
  • R3 – Starter

Check the purpose with your diagrams located on the back of the box cover.


Engine compartment

Under the hood, next to the battery, is the main fuse and relay box.


Diagram fuse box


1100A Battery, alternator, starter, fuse and relay box
70A Electric power steering control unit (ESP)
250A Ignition switch
60A Fuses (cabin box): 5, 6, 7, 27, 28, 29, 31
330/40A Control unit and ABS or VSA pressure modulator
4Fuses 50A (block in the cabin): 18, 19, 20, 21
Fuses 40A (block in the cabin): 24, 25, 26, 30, 32, 33
610A A/C fan relay, A/C fan
720A M/T: Cooling fan relay, cooling fan
30A A/T: Cooling fan relay, cooling fan
830A Heated rear window relay, heated rear window
940A Heater relay, heater
1010A Hazard warning system, body electronics unit (MICU), instrument cluster (speedometer), instrument cluster (tachometer)
1115A Air/Fuel Ratio (A/F) Sensor #1, Engine Control Module (ECM)/PCM)
1215A Stop lights, engine and automatic transmission control module (ECM/PCM), horn, body electronics unit (MICU)
157.5A A/C fan relay, oil level sensor
1715A Audio amplifier
1815A Ignition coils, engine control module (ECM/PCM)
1915A Crankshaft Position Sensor (CKP), Camshaft Position Sensor B (CMP), Automatic Transmission Control Module (ECM/PCM), Throttle Body Relay (ETCS), Injectors, Engine Control Module Relay (PGM-FI#1/PGM -FI #2 (fuel pump))
207.5A A/C compressor clutch relay, A/C compressor clutch
2115A Throttle relay (ETCS), engine and automatic transmission control module (ECM/PCM)
227.5 A Interior lighting, luggage compartment lighting, auxiliary electric coolant pump (hybrid)
2310A Audio, Diagnostic Connector (DLC), Instrument Cluster (Speedometer), Instrument Cluster (Tach), Alarm, Immobilizer Control Unit, Body Electronics Unit (MICU), Handsfree Control Unit (HandsFreeLink)
24Heated rear window relay
25Heater motor relay
26A/C condenser fan relay
27Engine cooling fan control relay
28Rear Wiper Relay
29Injection lock relay PGM-FI
30Ignition coil relay
31Diode fan motor
32AC Condenser Fan Motor Diode
33Relay air conditioner clutch
34Engine cooling fan relay
35Throttle Actuator Relay
36PGM-FI MAIN Injection system main relay


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Comments 2

  • Hello. Can any list what fuse is ACC & VCC+ ?

  • Thanks for such a good write up. This actually save me when I was in trouble. My AC suddenly was not working while on highway. Suspected it could be then AC magnetic clutch. Tested it by the roadside and found the clutch not moving. So I changed the Relay no 33 and it was working again. Great diagram. Thanks

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