Kia Sportage NB (1G) – fuse and relay

The 1st generation Kia Sportage SUV was produced in 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 and 2004. During this time, this model has been updated 2 times. In this publication you will find a designation of the fuses and relays of the Kia Sportage 1 with box diagrams and photo examples of execution. Let’s highlight the fuse responsible for the cigarette lighter.

Kia Sportage 1

Check the current assignment of fuses and relays with your diagrams on the back of the protective cover.

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Passenger compartment

It is located under the dashboard, on the left pillar, behind the protective cover.

The location of the unit in the cabin

Type 1

Photo for example

Photo of the unit in salon 1

Example of a diagram on the box cover

Photo of the block diagram in the cabin 1


Block diagram in the elephant Kia Sportage 1


110A Gasoline engines: oxygen sensor
210A Electrical engine control unit
410A Interior lighting, trunk lighting
510A Sound signal
615A Hazard warning lights, direction indicators
720A Headlights, steering column switch
810A Spare fuse
920A Heater, air conditioning system
1020A Front wiper and washer, power windows, ABS relay
1110A Rear wiper and washer, sunroof, air conditioning
1210A Headlights
1215A Luke
1315A Spare fuse
1430A Spare fuse
1510A Petrol engines: Engine management system
1615A Reversing light
1715A Gauges, control lamp of the engine management system, rear window heater
1815A Petrol engines: Engine management system Diesel engines: Glow plug control unit
1920A Spare fuse
2015A Fog lights
2110A Light indicator, rear lights, license plate light, TCU , clock, audio system, parking lights
2230A Central locking
2315A Audio system, antenna, brake lights
2430A Electric windows
2520A Heated rear window
2615A Luke
2720A Audio system, electric drive of mirrors, clock, cigarette lighter

The fuse number 27, 20A, is responsible for the cigarette lighter.

Type 2

Photo of the block in salon 2


Example of a diagram from the block cover


P/ WINDOWElectro glass lifts
HEATERHeater fan
TAILPosition / parking lights, radio illumination
HAZARDDirection indicators, hazard warning lights
D/LOCKAutomatic door lock
STOPStop lights
ROOMIndoor lighting fixtures
DEFHeated rear window
ST.SIGNSide repeaters of direction indicators
F/PUMPFuel pump
RR.WIPERK / V, rear wiper
WIPERFront wipers
ECUEngine control module (ECM)
CIGARCigarette lighter
RADIOAudio system, on-board chronometer
A/BAGAirbags (SRS)
METERInstrument cluster, reversing lights
TURNLighting assemblies
O2 SEN1Before catalytic lambda probe
O2 SEN2Post catalytic lambda probe

The fuse for the cigarette lighter is designated as CIGAR, and the fuse for the auxiliary sockets is P / OUTLET.

Engine compartment

Located next to the battery.

Block under the hood

Type 1

Photo of the unit under the hood

DiagramBlock diagram under the hood Option 1


FUEL INJFuel injection system
ADDFan K / V
EGI MAIN (80 A)Main relay (ignition)
BTNLamps for stop signals, license plate illumination, interior lamp and alarm
P/WINElectric windows
MAINFuel pump, fuel pump relay, injectors, main relay
FUEL PUMP (80 А)Main relay (fuel pump, injectors)
SECTIONAnti-lock brake system
STARTStarter relay

Type 2

Photo - an example of a block under the hood of the Kia Sportage 1

Example of a legend from the box cover

Example of a circuit under the hood


Block diagram under the hood Option 2

Protected components

130A Headlights
240A Brake lights, license plate light, interior lighting, alarm
340A Ignition
415A Interior lighting, instrument cluster, audio system
530А ABS
610A Engine management system
715A Fuel pump, injector, main relay, fuel pump relay
810A oxygen sensor
910A oxygen sensor
1010A Fuel pump, diagnostic connector
1130 / 60A Injector
1240A Air conditioner
1340A Brake lights, license plate light, interior lighting, alarm
1430А ABS
1530A Ignition
1630A Electric windows
1780A Main fuse


  • R1 – Main relay
  • R2 – Fuel pump relay


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Comments 1

  • Hi I’m driving a kia sportage 4×4 2000 model,the vehicle keep on stalling when the engine gets to hot then when cooled down it starts up and drive then a few minutes later it does the same,i have changed the fuel pump,relays and fuses bit still does the same.

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