Mazda Tribute (Mercury Mariner) fuse and relay

Mazda Tribute SUV has been produced since 2000 in two generations. 1st generation was produced in 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006. The 2nd generation was assembled in 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011. During this time, the model has been restyled. In this publication you will find a designation of the Mazda Tribute fuses and relays with box diagrams and their locations. Let’s highlight the fuse responsible for the cigarette lighter.

Mazda Tribute

The locations of the boxes, the design and purpose of the elements in them may differ from that shown and depends on the year of manufacture, the region of delivery and the level of electrical equipment. Check your diagrams.

Passenger compartment fuse box

It is located under the dashboard (lower part of the instrument panel), on the passenger side and is covered by a protective cover. To access, simply pry with a flat screwdriver by the special notch in the cover.

Access to the unit in the Ford escape cabin

Type 1

For example

Cabin unit 1


Scheme option 1 in the cabin


15A Electro – pneumatic valve for the fuel vapor accumulator
25A Fan relay, heated rear window
310A Rear door glass wiper and washer motor
410A 4WD control unit, instrument cluster
55A ABS and SRS control unit
610A Hazard warning lights, reversing lights
710A Transponder signal amplifier, SRS control unit
810A Instrument cluster, selector lock relay
93A Relay for engine control unit and automatic transmission, fan relay, air conditioning relay
1020A Windshield wiper motor, windshield washer motor, intermittent wiper relay
1110A Starter relay, ignition key lock solenoid valve
125A Radio and clock
1420A Cigarette lighter
1515A Dimensions, spotlights, trailer wiring relay
1610A Instrument panel, power mirrors, electrical control unit
1715A Luke
185A Illumination of the instrument cluster and instrument panel switches
1910A Subwoofer
2015A Direction indicators, turn signal indicators, hazard warning lights
2110A Trailer side lights
2215A Reserve
2315 / 20A Buzzer
2415A Brake lights, ABS control unit, engine and automatic transmission control unit, automatic transmission shift solenoid valves
2530A Power windows
2630A Central locking, ECM, power seats
2710A Radio, instrument cluster, interior lighting
ACCRelay for additional equipment installation

The fuse number 14, 20A, is responsible for the cigarette lighter.

Type 2

The photo

Photo option 2 in the salon


Scheme option 2 in salon 1


115A Trailer lamps
25A Radio (backlight)
315A Front and rear parking lights
410A Ignition switch
52A Automatic transmission control unit relay, fuel pump relay, fan relay, No. 2 high / low fan speed
615A Additional brake lights, brake lights, engine and automatic transmission control unit, ABS, cruise control
710A Instrument cluster, OBD, radio, electric side mirrors
815A Fog lights
930A Central locking, power seats
1015A Heated side mirrors
1115A Luke
1215A Radio
1530A Power window drive
1615A Subwoofer
1715A Low beam
1818A AWD system
1915A Anti-theft system
2020A Buzzer
2110A Rear door glass wiper and washer motor
2210A Interior rearview mirror, instrument cluster
235A Radio (power)
2420A Cigarette lighter
2520A Windshield washer and wiper motor
265A Air Conditioner
275A Cruise control switch
2810A Instrument cluster
2910A Reversing lights
3210A Selector lock relay
3315A SRS control unit, front passenger airbag deactivation indicator, front passenger seat sensor
345A ABS unit, cruise control
355A Heated seats, four-wheel drive

For the front cigarette lighter fuse number 24, 20A is responsible.



On the back of the unit there may be some relays, such as:

  • Anti-pinch relay
  • Starter relay
  • Relay dimensions
  • Horn relay

Engine compartment fuse box

It is located on the left side, next to the battery, under the protective cover. On the reverse side of which the actual assignment of fuses and relays will be applied.

The location of the unit under the hood

Type 1

Block under the hood - Option 1 - photo


Block diagram option 2


Horn15A Sound signal
H / LLH15A Left headlight
H / L RH15A Right headlight
EEC5A Engine management system
SOUTH15A Fuel injection system
FUEL20A Fuel pump
H/L RELAY MICROHeadlight relay
INJ30A Engine management system, MAF sensor, idle speed control valve
MAIN120A Main fuse
(DRL)15A Daytime lighting system
(DRLZ)15A Daytime lighting control unit
(HLEV)10A Headlight range control
PWR115A Socket for connecting additional devices
FOG20A Fog lights
A/C15A Air Conditioning Compressor Clutch
(SECTION)25A Anti lock brake system
PWR215A Socket for connecting additional devices
IG MAIN40A Starter chain
HTR40A Fan motor, fan motor relay
BTN 140A Radio tape recorder, cigarette lighter, instrument cluster, electric mirrors
(SECTION)60A ABS pump motor
BTN 240A Radio tape recorder, instrument cluster, “cruise control”, electric seat adjustment, sound signal
MAIN FAN40 / 50A Main fan
RDEF30A Heated rear door glass
ADD FAN40 / 50A Additional fan
EEC MAIN ISOEngine control relay
FUEL PUMP ISOFuel pump relay
MAIN FAN ISOLow fan speed relay (YF motor) High fan speed relay # 1 (AJ motor)
ADD FAN ISOHigh fan speed relay (YF motor) Low fan speed relay (AJ motor)
DEF RELAY ISORear door glass heater relay
ST RELAY ISOStarter relay
ADD FAN 2 ISORelay # 2 high fan speed (motor AJ) Relay for middle fan speed (YF motor)
FOG RELAY MICROFog lamp relay
A/C RELAY MICROA / C Compressor Clutch Relay

Type 2

Block under the hood option 2


Block diagram under the hood - Option 2

Description of the circuit

125A Instrument panel fuse
225A Headlights
325A High beam headlights, direction indicators, interior lighting, headlights
45A Delay system for turning off the power of some circuits after turning off the ignition
515A Oxygen sensor heater
620A Gasoline pump
740A RUN / ACC Relay – Cigarette Lighter, Windshield and Tailgate Wipers
830A Engine and automatic transmission control unit, injectors and coils
915A Generator
1030A Heated seats
1110A Engine and automatic transmission control unit
1220A Sockets for connecting additional equipment
1320A Fog lights (headlights / lights)
1415A A / C Compressor Electromagnetic Clutch, A / C Relay
1530A Anti lock brake system
16*25A Instrument panel fuse
1750A Starter circuit
1840A Fan motor
1940A Auxiliary relay – subwoofer, AWD system, low beam headlights
2060A Anti lock brake system
2140A Horn, auxiliary brake light, instrument cluster, central locking and power seats
2240 / 50A Radiator Fan
2340A Heated rear door glass, parking light relay
2440 / 50A High / low speed fan
R2Relay for engine and automatic transmission control unit
R3Fuel pump relay
R4Radiator fan relay
R5Relay # 1 high / low fan speed
R7Starter relay
R8Relay # 2 high / low fan speed
R9Fog lamp relay (headlights / lamps)
R10Air conditioner relay
D1Starter diode
D2Air conditioner diode

Type 3

Photo for example

Photo of the Block under the hood of a Ford escape - Option 2


Fuse block diagram ford escape 2008 - 2012


A80A Electronic Power Steering (EPAS) Module
B125A Passenger compartment fuse panel
115A Heated mirror
230A Rear heater
320A Rear sockets (center console)
510A Powertrain Control Module (PCM) – Supports Power, PCM Relay, Canister Vent
615A Generator
715A Luke
820A Trailer parking lights
950A Anti lock brake system (ABS)
1030A Front wipers
1130A Starter
1240A Fan motor
1310A Air conditioner clutch
1415A Trailer headlights
1640A Cooling fan 1
1740A Cooling fan 2
1820А ABS
1930A Power Seats
20A / C drive relay
21ARear defogger relay
21BFuel relay
21CFan relay
21DPCM relay
2220A Fuel pump
2315A Fuel injectors
24Not used
255А ABS
2615A Ignition coils
2710A Power Train Component Malfunction Indicator Lamp
2820A Power Train Component Malfunction Indicator Lamp
2915А PCM
30ACooling fan relay 1
30BStarter relay
30CCooling Fan Main Relay
30DCooling fan relay 2
31ATail light relay
31BNot used
31CLeft Turn Trailer Relay
31DTrailer Right Turn Relay
31FLock relay
32Not used
33Air conditioner diode
34Starter diode
35Strat / stop, reversing lights, rear heater relay


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