Chevrolet Equinox II (2010-2017) fuse box diagrams & schemes

Years of production: 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017

Engine Compartment Fuse Block

Chevrolet Equinox II Fuse box engine compartment fuse block

To remove the fuse block cover, squeeze the clips on the cover and lift it straight up.

J-Case FusesUsage
1Cool Fan 1
2Cool Fan 2
3Brake Booster
4Power Windows – Right
5Memory Seat Module
6Power Seat – Left
7Instrument Panel Fuse Block 1
8Rear Defogger
10AIR Pump Motor
11Instrument Panel Fuse Block 2
13Antilock Brake System Pump
14Instrument Panel Fuse Block 3
15Power Windows – Left
16Antilock Brake System Module
77Power Seat - Right
Mini FusesUsage
17Transmission Control Module, Battery
18Trailer Parking Light
19AIR Pump Solenoid
20Engine Control Module Battery
21Canister Vent
22Trailer Left Side (If Equipped)
23Lift Gate Module
24Power Lumbar
25Trailer Right Side (If Equipped)
26Rear Accessory Power Outlet
27Memory Mirror Module
28Regulated Voltage Control Battery Sensor
29Front Wiper
30Rear Wiper
31Air Conditioning Compressor
33Heated Mirrors
35Right High-Beam Headlamp
36Left High-Beam Headlamp
37Ignition Even Coil
38Ignition Odd Coil
39Windshield Washer
40FrontFog Lamps
41Post Catalytic Converter Oxygen Sensor
42Engine Control Module
43Pre–Catalytic Converter Oxygen Sensor
44Transmission Control Module
46Fuel System Control Module Ignition
48Rear Drive Module
49Lift Gate Module Logic
50Instrument Panel Fuse Block Ignition
51Heated Seat– Front
52Fuel System Control Module
53Engine Control Module
54Rear Vision Camera
78Passenger Power Lumber
Midi FusesUsage
55Electric Power Steering
Micro RelaysUsage
56AIR Pump Solenoid
57Brake Booster
58Cooling Fan Low
59Headlamp High Beam
60Cooling Fan Control
61Wiper On/OffControl
62Air Conditioning Compressor
63Rear Defogger
64Wiper Speed
65Fog Lamp
66Engine Control
69Cooling Fan High
70AIR Pump Motor

Instrument Panel Fuse Block

Chevrolet Equinox II Fuse box instrument panel fuse block

The instrument panel fuse block is located on the passenger side panel of the center console. To access the fuses, open the fuse panel door from the passenger side by pulling it out.

To reinstall the door, insert the tabs on the top of the door into the console first, then push the door back into its original location.

The vehicle may not be equipped with all of the fuses, relays, and features shown.

Mini FusesUsage
1Steering Wheel Dimming
4Body Control Module 1
6Body Control Module 7
7Noise Control Module
8Body Control Module 4
11Ultrasonic Rear Parking Assist Module
12Heater, Ventilation and AirConditioning Battery
13Auxiliary Power Front
14Heater, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Ignition
16Body Control Module 5
17Auxiliary Power Rear
18Instrument Panel Cluster Ignition
19Universal Garage Door Opener
20Body Control Module 6
22Sensing and Diagnostic Module Ignition
23Front Camera
25Transmission Gear Shift Position Indicator
30Body Control Module 3
32Discrete Logic Ignition Switch
33Communications Integration Module
34Body Control Module 2
35Sensing and Diagnostic Module Battery
36Data Link Connection
37Instrument Panel Cluster Battery
38Passenger Sensing System Module
J-Case FusesUsage
29Front Blower Motor
40Body ControlModule 8
41Logistic Relay (If Equipped)
42RetainedAccessory Power Relay

Information about the model

Chevrolet is popularly known as Chevy is an American automobile division of General Motors. The company was started by founders, William C. Durant and Louis Chevrolet in 1911. This century-old company is known for its affordable and high-performance vehicles. They are involved in the manufacture of cars, commercial vehicles, and trucks. Chevrolet has its business presence in most of the automobile markets worldwide. They produce and sell a wide range of vehicles ranging from medium-duty trucks to subcompact automobiles. Chevrolet Equinox is a series of mid-size crossover SUV which was first introduced in 2004. This series is currently in the third generation stage.

Chevrolet Equinox II: 2010 to 2017

Chevrolet Equinox II is a part of the second generation Equinox series. They started production in 2010 and continued till 2017, after which it was replaced by Equinox III. Chevrolet Equinox II made its first appearance at the 2009 North American International Auto Show that took place in Detroit. It is built on the same Theta platform that was used in the previous generation. However, the second-generation Equinox came with upgraded gasoline direct injection engines. This was introduced for better fuel efficiency.

The second-generation Equinox is available with a 2.4-liter I4 engine and a 3.0-liter V6 engine. Both the variants come with a six-speed manual along with all-wheel-drive systems. These cars also feature a front-wheel-drive. This is considered to be one of the best-selling vehicles in Cruze, Silverado, and North America. In 2013, the makers made a few changes in the initial design to make the car more advanced. They upgraded the engine for increased horsepower than the previous design. They also added a dual-player DVD entertainment system, a safety package with lane departure warning system, rear park assist, and forward-collision warning. Chevrolet Equinox II is no longer manufactured by the company. But they are still very much in demand.

All Chevrolet Equinox II info & diagrams provided on this site are provided for general information purpose only. Actual Chevrolet Equinox II (2010-2017) diagrams & schemes (fuse box diagrams & layouts, location diagrams, wiring diagrams etc.) may vary depend on the model version.
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