Mazda 2 DY fuse and relay

Mazda 2 DY (2nd generation) was produced in 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007. In this article you will find information describing the location of all electronic control units, we will describe in detail the fuses and relays Mazda 2 DY with their diagrams. Let’s highlight the fuse responsible for the cigarette lighter.

Mazda 2 DY

The number of elements in boxes may differ. Check with your diagrams on the back of the lid.

Location of control units

Box layout

General block layout


1Air conditioning control unit (in the heater control panel)
2A / C / Heater Blower Motor Relay – Behind Instrument Panel
3Heater / A / C blower motor resistor – passenger footwell
4Shock sensor (SRS), front
5Anti-theft control unit – behind the dashboard
6Anti-theft alarm sound
7Accumulator battery
8Central locking control unit
9Clutch Actuator Control Unit – Engine Compartment
10Diagnostic connector (DLC)
11Power window control unit (in the switch on the driver’s door)
12Cooling Fan Motor Resistor – Radiator Shroud
13Fog lamp relay
14Fuse / relay box, engine compartment
15Fuse / relay box dashboard 1
16Fuse / relay box dashboard 2
17Fuse / relay box dashboard 3
18Headlight range control motor, left
19Headlight range control motor, right
21Sound signal
22Immobilizer ring antenna – near the ignition switch
23Turn signal interrupter relay
24Instrument cluster control unit (in the dashboard)
25Rear fog lamp relay
26Rear window washer pump – Integrated into the windshield washer pump
27Relay Box – Includes: Windshield Wiper Motor Relay, Windshield Washer Pump Relay, Rear Window Wiper / Washer Relay, Horn Relay, Front / Rear Lamp Relays
28Side impact sensor, front left – lower part of the B-pillar
29Side impact sensor, front right-bottom of the B-pillar
30Starter relay
31SRS electronic control unit
32Electronic gearbox control unit – in the electronic clutch control unit
33Gearbox shift drive – to gearbox
34Gear shift control unit – automatic transmission selector
35Vehicle speed sensor, with ABS system – ABS electronic control unit
36Vehicle speed sensor, without ABS system – at the checkpoint
37Windshield washer fluid low sensor
38Windshield washer pump motor
39Windshield wiper intermittent relay – in switch block

Passenger compartment fuse box

Main fuse box

Located at the bottom of the dashboard behind a protective cover.

Legend from the box cover

Example of a diagram from the block cover


Block diagram in the cabin 1


F01Not used
F02Not used
F0315A Interior lighting
F0415A Cigarette lighter
F057.5A Electric drive of side rear-view mirrors
F06Not used
F0710A Instrument cluster
F0820A Windscreen wipers and washers
F0910A Active safety system
F1015A Engine management system
F1115A Gearbox control unit
F1230A Power windows
F13Not used
F14Not used
F15Not used
F167.5A Starter
F177.5A Reversing lights
F187,5А Illumination of a combination of devices
F197.5A A / C Compressor Electromagnetic Clutch
F207.5A Air conditioner
F2110A Rear door glass wiper and washer
F2210A Rear door glass heater
F23Not used
F24Not used

The fuse number 4, 15A, is responsible for the cigarette lighter.

Additional fuse box

Installed behind the glove compartment, on the passenger side.

Additional blockPhoto for example

Photo example of a block in the cabin 1


Block diagram 2


F01Not used
F0230А ABS
F03Not used
F047.5A Generator
F0520A Fuel pump
F067.5A Electronic engine and gearbox control unit
F0715A Air flow sensor, engine management system
F0820A Air flow sensor, engine management system
F0915A Stop lights
F1015A Alarm
F11Not used
F12Not used
F13Not used
F1415A TNS
F1520А ABS
F1615A Heated side mirrors
F1710A High beam (right headlight)
F1810A High beam (left headlight)
F1910A Low beam (right headlight)
F2010A Low beam (left headlight)
F21Not used
F22Not used
F23Not used
F24Not used

Relay box


Relay circuit


  1. Headlamp low beam relay
  2. Headlamp high beam relay
  3. Fuel pump relay
  4. Anti-theft alarm relay
  5. Engine control relay

Engine compartment fuse box

Located next to the battery.

Block under the hood


Block diagram under the hood


1Fully Open Throttle Position Relay (Air Conditioning)
2Cooling Fan Motor Relay (High Speed)
3Cooling fan motor relay
F150A Glow plugs (Diesel), auxiliary heater
F240A Air conditioner / heater blower motor
F350A Ignition switch
F450A Cooling fan motor
F560A Automatic clutch control
F660A Ignition switch
F730A Headlights
F860A Engine management
F9100A Battery Power Distribution
F1030A Heated rear window
F1160A Anti lock brake system (ABS)
F1220A Power windows
F1330A Central locking
F1415A Fog lights

Comments 2

  • Which fuse fault could be causing engine vibration while at parking gear, or drive gear position, then check engine light cones on? What would happen if 10A fuse instead of 7.5 is used in a particular spot.

  • Any rear-lights fuses/relays?? Only one of the rear lamp lights went out in my car and it’s not the bulb.

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