Mitsubishi Eclipse – fuse and relay

Mitsubishi Eclipse is a four seater coupe that was produced in 4 generations until 2012. In our article we will show information with a designation of fuses and relays of the Mitsubishi Eclipse 3 and 4 generations produced in 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011. Highlight the cigarette lighter fuse.

Mitsubishi eclipse

The design of the boxes and the purpose of their elements may differ and depends on the year of manufacture and the level of equipment. Check the description with your diagrams or other technical documentation.

Passenger compartment fuse box

Type 1

Located in the left end of the dashboard behind the protective cover.

block in the cabin, access 3zh

For example

Photo of the block in the 3G cabin

Legend from the block cover

example of a diagram from the block cover


Block diagram in the cabin


130A Heated rear window and heated side mirrors
230A Heater fan motor
315A Stop signals
415A SRS control unit; Relay-interrupter for direction indicators and alarm
510А Control units (automatic transmission, ETACS, engine (4G93)); instrument cluster; reversing lights; navigation system; pulse generators (automatic transmission)
610A Audio system; Radio tape recorder; CD changer; MMCS system display; Side mirror control system; Clock; Amplifier of an audio system.
715A Cigarette lighter
820A Windshield wiper and washer; Rear window cleaner and washer; ETACS system control unit.
910A Sunroof electric control unit; Relay el. magician. valves ASC4; ABS
1010A Signal
1115A Central locking, tank flap
1210A Ignition
1310A Control units (ETACS; SRS); Vehicle speed sensor; Rheostat; Instrument cluster
1410A Sound signal
1510A SWS control unit
1610А Heater fan motor relay; Control units (air conditioner compressor, air conditioner); Heated windshield wiper blades; Heated rear window; Manual air conditioning system (servo and switch).
1730A Spare
1810A Spare
1915A Spare
2020A Spare

Fuse number 7, 15A, is responsible for the cigarette lighter


  • R1 – Heater fan motor relay
  • R2 – Rear window heating relay
  • R3 – Relay breaker direction indicators and alarm

Side mounted fuses: 20A Windshield wiper, 10A Heated side mirrors, 20A Sunroof control unit, 20A Audio system

Type 2

Located at the bottom of the dashboard on the driver’s side.

Block in salon 4zh

The photo

Block in the salon 4G example


Outlander 1 block diagram


110A Ignition system
27,5А Instrument cluster (panel)
37,5A Reversing lights, Automatic transmission control relay
47.5A Cruise control system
57.5A Relay
67.5A Exterior mirrors
730A Cleaners and washers, Electronic lighting control unit
87.5A Electronic engine control unit and automatic transmission (for vehicles with automatic transmission), electronic engine control unit, fuel pump relay
915A cigarette lighter or power socket
117,5A Power mirrors
127,5A Engine control
1310A Audio system, Radio
1415A Rear window wiper / washer
1515A Central locking
1615A cigarette lighter or power socket
1810A Interior lamps
1930A Heater blower motor
2030A Heated rear window
2120A Sunroof motor
2220A Heated seats
2320A Mirror drive
2415A Roof hatch

The fuse number 9 or 16 at 15A is responsible for the cigarette lighter. It is also possible there is also a fuse in the block under the hood.


  1. Fuel pump relay (1)
  2. Front seat heating relay
  3. Fuel pump relay (2)
  4. Socket relay for connecting additional equipment
  5. Rear fog lamp relay
  6. Relay for electro glass lifts
  7. Heater blower motor relay
  8. Heated rear window relay

Engine compartment fuses and relays boxex

Type 1

Main fuse box

Installed on the left side of the engine compartment next to the battery.

Block under the hood 1

Diagram with designation

Block diagram under the hood 3G

Additional box

Additional blocks

Type 2

Main fuse box

It is also located on the left side of the engine compartment. They consist of a main fuse and relay box and an additional box.

Block under the hood

Example from the block cover

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


Block diagram under the hood Outlander 1


160A Dashboard Fuse / Relay Box 80A Battery / Spare
250A Cooling fan motor
330A ABS system
440A Ignition Lock Circuit
540A Power windows
615A Fog lights
715A / 20A AC power supply, supplying additional power outlets
810A Buzzer
920A Engine management system
1010A A / C Compressor Electromagnetic Clutch
1115A Stop lights
1215A Heated windshield, signal
137.5A Generator
1410A Alarm
1520A Electronic gearbox control unit
1610A High beam, right headlight
1710A High beam left headlight
1810A Low beam, right headlight
1910A Low beam left headlight
207,5A Rear light (right)
217,5A Rear light (left)
2215A Interior lighting
2310A Audio system
2415A fuel pump
2530A Cleaner / Washer


  • Accessory Power Connector Relay
  • Horn or alarm relay
  • Purifier relay
  • Horn or alarm relay
  • Fog lamp relay
  • Cooling fan relay

Additional box


Relay block diagram


  1. A / C compressor electromagnetic clutch relay
  2. Engine control relay
  3. Transmission electronic control unit relay
  4. Ignition relay
  5. Throttle control unit relay
  6. Reserve
  7. Reserve


Let us remind you again that this is general information, there may be a difference in your Mitsubishi Eclipse. Check the assignment with your diagrams from the covery.

Comments 3

  • 03 Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder
    3.0 V6 , GTS . Car was in storage 5 years . In perfect condition. Replaced Battery, Fuel pump strainer, gas with Berrymans fuel cleaner. Replaced distributor cap and rotor . Have had the car started 7 times where it ran for 10 seconds smoothly and then stopped. Several times I have used starter fluid.
    NEED HELP : inside drivers panel
    Fuel pump relays ( 2 ) .
    Where ?
    R 1 & R 3….?
    Under hood MFI relay…R…6 ?

  • Try turning up your idle. I found mine idles way to low and will stall out sometimes when you come to a complete stop.

    • No Wendy, that means your idle air control valve is bad. You do not play with the bliss screw in these cars.

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