Geely MK Cross (2006 – 2015) fuse and relay

Geely MK was produced in 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 with an engine capacity of 1.3 liters, 1.5 liters. and 1.8 l. During this time, the car’s lineup was updated and, in addition to the sedan, the Geely MK Cross hatchback was also introduced. In China it is also known as Geely Jinying Cross and Englon Jinying Cross. In this article you will find a description of fuses and relays Geely Jinying Cross with fuse box diagrams, their locations and photo examples of execution. Let’s highlight the fuse responsible for the cigarette lighter.

Geely MK

The purpose of fuses and relays, as well as their number, may differ from those presented and depend on the year of manufacture and the level of electrical equipment of your car.

Passenger compartment

Inside the car, the fuse box is located at the bottom of the dashboard on the driver’s side. To gain access, you must remove the protective cover.


Check the purpose with your diagrams on the back of the protective cover.





17.5A (A/C) – Air conditioning
220A (POWER) – Sunroof drive
315A (TAIL) – Dimensions and rear lights
410A (STOP LP) – STOP lights
515A (HAZARD) – Hazard warning light
610A (ENG ECU) – (ECU) Electronic engine control unit
710A (REMOTE) – Remote control system for door locks; remote control
820A (RR DEF) – Heated/heated rear window
920A (DR LOCK) – Central locking
1010A (ROOM LP) – Lighting inside the cabin (shades, light bulbs)
1110A (MIR) – Electric drive of side mirrors
1215A (CIGAR LIGHTER) – Cigarette lighter (front socket)
1315A (IGN COIL) – Ignition module/coil
1410A (SRS ECU) – SRS airbag system control unit (passive safety system)
1510A (REMOTE) – Remote control system for door locks; remote control
1610A (B/UP) – Reversing light
1710A (ABS ECU) – Hydroelectronic ABS brake system control module (ABS)
1810A (PHONE) – Radio (audio system), telephone
1910A (ALT) – Generator
2015A (WIPER) – Windshield wipers and washer
2110A (CLUSTER) – Instrument cluster/panel (speedometer, tachometer, odometer, indicator lights)
22Spare (backup)
R1Relay for headlights and taillights (TAIL)
R2Heater fan (heater, air blower) (BLOWER)

Fuse number 12 at 15A is responsible for the operation of the cigarette lighter.

Engine compartment

Fuse and relay box

The main block with fuses and relays is located on the left side near the battery, also covered with a protective cover.

location 2

An example of a diagram from the back of the fuse box cover.

Covery 2


Diagram 2


110A (A/COM) – Electromagnetic clutch of the air conditioning compressor
230A (STA) – Starter
315A (FRT FOG) – Front fog lights (ptf); rear PTF
420A (CON FAN) – Condenser fan
520A (RAD FAN) – Radiator fan (engine cooling system)
610A (HORN) – Signal (horn, horn)
720A (MAIN) – To Main relay
810A (H-LP RH) – Right headlight – high and low beam
910A (H-LP LH) – Left headlight – high and low beam
1010A (Spare) – Spare (reserve)
1115A (Spare) – Spare (reserve)
1220A (Spare) – Spare (reserve)
S120A (AM2) – Ignition switch (lock)
S230A (AM1) – Ignition switch (lock)
S330A (P/WDW) – Window lifters (electric drive)
S420A (BLOWER) – Heater fan
R1Radiator fan relay (engine cooling system) (RAD FAN)
R2Condenser fan relay (CON FAN)
R3Starter relay (STA)
R4Relay for front fog lights (FRT) and rear fog lights (FRT FOG)
R5Fuel pump relay (FUEL PUMP)
R6High beam relay (H/LAMP
R7Horn Relay (HORN)
R8Air conditioning compressor relay (A/COM)
R9Main relay (MAIN)

Power fuse box

High power fuses are attached to the positive terminal of the battery.


Diagram 3


  1. 110A Main fuse
  2. 30A Fuse of the fuse and relay box located under the hood
  3. 30A Fuse of the fuse and relay box located under the hood
  4. 40A Fuse of the fuse and relay box located in the passenger compartment
  5. 60A Generator Fuse


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