FAW 1041 fuse and relay

FAW 1031 1041 1047 1051 represents a series of FAW Jiefang light trucks that were produced with various modifications, changes and engines of the Euro 2 / 3 / 4 standard. In this publication you will find a description of fuses and relays FAW 1031 1041 1047 1051 with fuse box diagram and their locations. Select the fuse responsible for the cigarette lighter.

FAW 1041

The execution of the boxess and the purpose of the elements in them may differ from those presented and depend on the year of manufacture and the level of electrical equipment of your car.

Fuse box

In the passenger compartment, under the instrument panel, under the audio system, a fuse box is installed. It looks like this.





  1. parking brake switch fuse;
  2. fuse for signaling devices for water temperature, fuel level, battery charging and parking brake;
  3. fuse for the wiper motors and windshield washer;
  4. oil pressure switch fuse;
  5. air conditioner fuse;
  6. reverse light fuse;
  7. fuse for the electric fuel shut-off valve;
  8. fuse for fog lights and rear fog lights;
  9. air conditioner relay fuse;
  10. license plate and instrument lighting fuse;
  11. fuse for the driver’s cab lighting lamp and liquid crystallization signaling device;
  12. left headlight fuse;
  13. right headlight fuse;
  14.  –
  15. cigarette lighter fuse;
  16. radio fuse;
  17. heater fuse.

The number 15 fuse is responsible for the cigarette lighter.

Relay box

The central relay box is located to the left of the fuse box.

Photo example

Photo relay box


Diagram relay


  • R1 – glow plug relay;
  • R2 – relay wipers operating at intervals;
  • R3 – turn signals and alarm relay;
  • R4 – intermittent wiper relay (low speed);
  • R5 – intermittent wiper relay (high speed);
  • R6 – horn relay;
  • R7 – horn relay;
  • R8 – marker lights relay;
  • R9 – relay high beam headlights;
  • R10 – relay low beam headlights.

Additional fuse box

Another fuse box is installed next to the battery.

additional box


Diagram 1


  1. 50A – Fuse box in the cabin
  2. 50A – Fuse box in the cabin
  3. 50A – Power supply of the ignition switch
  4. 50A – Starter
  5. 100A – Main fuse (incoming power)


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