Hyundai Elantra 5 fuse and relay

The 5th generation Hyundai Elantra was produced in 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015 mainly with gasoline engines. During this time, the model has been restyled. In this material you will find a description of the fuses and relays Hyundai Elantra 5 with box diagrams and their locations. Note the fuse responsible for the cigarette lighter.

Hyundai Elantra 5

The number of elements in the fuse and relay boxes of your Hyundai Elantra 5 and their purpose may differ from the one presented, check the description with your diagrams on the back of the protective cover.

Passenger compartment

Located under the dashboard behind a protective cover.

Passenger compartment fuse box


Block diagram in the cabin


START7.5A Without Smart Key System: ICM Relay Box (Alarm Relay), With Smart Key System: Automatic Transmission Mode Switch, ECM, E / R Fuse and Relay Box (Start Relay 1), Smart Key System Control Module
A/BAG15A SRS Control Module, Passenger Mass Classification Sensor
A/BAG IND7,5А Instrument panel
MDPS7.5A Power steering EPS control module
POWER OUTLET15A Power outlet (sockets)
BCM7.5A Smart Key System Control Module, BCM
A/CON SW7.5A Air conditioning control module
MODULE 27.5A Electro chrome mirror, ESC switch
SPARE 1Reserve
MODULE 47.5A Rear parking aid sensor Left / Right (Indoor / Outdoor), Air conditioning control module (Climate control), Automatic transmission selector position indicator
IG120A Fuse and relay box E / R (Fuse – TCU 1, ECU 3, ABS 3)
PDM37,5А Smart Key system control module
C/LIGHTER20A Cigarette lighter
MODULE 610A Outside Mirror Adjustment Switch, Audio, Audio and Navigation Head Unit Module, Digital Clock
HTD MIRR10A Outside mirror adjustment switch Driver / Passenger, Air conditioning control module
MODULE 37.5A Audio, Tire Pressure Monitoring System Module, Digital Clock, BCM, Instrument Cluster, Driver and Passenger Seat Heating Module
SUNROOF15A Roof hatch
S/HEATER RR RH15A Rear seat heating switch, Right
BLOWER10A A / C Control Module (Manual Air Conditioning), ECM / PCM, Blower Resistor
IOD 110A Trunk lamp, Left / Right individual lighting lamps, Interior lamp, Overhead console lamp, Ignition switch III. and Open Door Warning Switch (Without Smart Key System)
TRUNK10A Trunk lid relay
MODULE 17.5A Gearbox switch to Sport mode (AKP), Key solenoid (Without Smart Key system)
S/HEATER RR LH15A Rear Seat Heating Switch, Left
MODULE 77.5A Smart Key System Control Module, BCM
IOD 220A Audio systems, Head unit A / V and navigation
P/WDW RH25A Glass servo relay, Right
PDM27.5A Smart Key System Control Module, Start Stop Button Switch
WIPER FRT25A ICM Fuse / Relay Box (Rain Sensor Relay), Multifunction Switch, Wiper Motor, E / R Fuse / Relay Box (Wiper Relay)
MODULE 57,5A Ionizer (Climate control), Rain sensor, Roof hatch
AMP 125A AMP (amplifier)
PDM 125A Smart Key System Control Module
A / CON7.5A A / C Control Module, E / R Fuse and Relay Box (Fan Relay)
IOD 410A Tire Pressure Monitoring System Module, BCM, Auto Headlight Photo Sensor, Instrument Cluster, DLC, Junction Box Upgrade Connector, Electro Chrome Mirror, Air Conditioning Control Module, Digital Clock
P / WDW LH25A Left Glass Servo Relay, Glass Servo Safety System Module
DR LOCK20A Door Lock Relay, Door Unlock Relay, ICM Fuse and Relay Box (Turn Signal Relay)
P/SEAT DRV30A Switch for manual adjustment of the driver’s seat

The fuse designated as C / LIGHTER 20A is responsible for the cigarette lighter, and the POWER OUTLET for the additional sockets.

Engine compartment

Located on the left side of the engine compartment.

Block under the hood


An example of a diagram from the cover of the block under the hood


MDPS80A EPS control module
B+160A Distribution block (ARISU 1 (4CH), IPS 1, Fuse – P / WDW LH, P / WDW RH, TRUNK, AMP 1)
C/FAN40A Cooling Fan Relay (Low), Cooling Fan Relay (High)
ABS 140A ESC Module, Multifunction Diagnostic Connector
RR HTD40A Seat heating relay
BLOWER40A Cooling fan relay
B+260A Distribution block (Horn relay when the turn signal is turned on, ARISU 2 (4CH), IPS (1CH), IPS (2CH), Fuses – P / SEAT DRV, SUNROOF [SUNROOF])
B/UP LP10A Electro Chrome Mirror, Audio / Video (A / V) and Navigation Head Unit Module, Rear Lamp Combination (Interior) Left / Right, Stop Lamp Switch, BCM, Instrument Cluster
TCU 115A Vehicle speed sensor, Automatic transmission mode switch
ABS310A ESC System Module, Multi Function Diagnostic Connector
ECU310A Stop Lamp Switch, ECM, Automatic Transmission – PCM
WIPER10A Rain sensor, ECM, automatic transmission – PCM
B+350A Distribution block (Fuses – MODULE 1, PDM 1, PDM 2, DR LOCK)
EMS40A EMS Unit (Engine Control Relay, Fuses – ECU 4, A / CON, F / PUMP)
STOP LP15A Brake Light Switch, Smart Key System Control Module
S/ HEATER FRT20A Driver and passenger seat heating control module
HORN15A Horn relay
IG240A Without Smart Key System: Ignition Switch, Start 1 Relay, With Smart Key System: PDM 4 Relay (IG2), Start 1 Relay
ABS 230A ESC System Module, Multifunction Diagnostic Socket
IG 140A Without Smart Key: Ignition Switch, With Smart Key: PDM Relay 3 (IG1), PDM Relay 2 (ACC)
F/PUMP15A Fuel pump relay
A / CON10A A / C compressor relay
INJECTOR10A Fuel Injectors # 1 / # 2 / # 3 / # 4, A / C Compressor Relay, Fuel Pump Relay
ECU 210A PCM (automatic transmission), ECM (manual transmission)
IGN COIL120A Ignition Coils # 1 / # 2 / # 3 / # 4, Capacitor
SENSOR 210A Immobilizer System Module, Camshaft Position Sensor # 1 / # 2
SENSOR 110A Oxygen Excess Sensor (Upper / Lower), Additional Fuel Tank Closure Valve, Intake Manifold Length Change Solenoid Valve, Camshaft Variation Oil Pressure Control Valve # 1 / # 2, Evaporative Emission System Solenoid Valve, System Fan Relay Engine Cooling (Low), Engine Cooling Fan Relay (High)

The positive terminal of the battery may contain high power fuses.

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Comments 3

  • Where is the diagram that tells me which fuse powers the door open indicator light on the console in my 2011 hyundai elantra touring gls? My fuse list looks nothing like this, and there is no fuse labeled I.O.D. 1 on my list of fuses. This is driving me mad. It seems like a simple question yet I have been trying to find an answer for months now. HELP!

  • I want to know a place thermostat location and the diagram fuse

  • Which one is the fuse for head lam FR LH and side light lamp

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