Ford Escape II Fuse box

Years of production: 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Ford Motor Company is popularly known as Ford. It’s a well-known American automobile manufacturer that was founded by Henry Ford. The company was established in 1903.

Ford deals in both commercial and luxury range of cars. They sell commercial cars under the brand name Ford, while their luxury cars are sold under the Lincoln brand. One of the most popular ranges of cars by the company is Ford Escape. It is a compact crossover vehicle sold by Ford since 2000 over four generations.

Ford Escape II: Second Generation

Ford Escape is the second-generation range of crossover vehicles. It was first marketed in 2008. The company continued the production till 2012, after which they took the vehicle to the next generation.

The second-generation Ford Escape was first revealed at the 2006 Los Angeles International Auto Show. The car was designed based on the CD2 platform and the same followed for all the current Escape models as well.

Ford Escape was designed with a lot of innovative features. One of the important ones was the electronic stability control system. This was included in Escape 2008. The company later updated the car model and made a few changes. This included a new grille design with larger headlamps in the front. Not just that, but they also re-designed the sides with rounder wheels arches and cleaner lines.

They even made changes to the interior of the car. This included the addition of the Ford Family navigation system.

The 2008 Escape is one of the first cars to feature Ford’s pull-drift steering mode. This was an enhancement made with the help of software control to the Electric Power Steering system. The company ended production on the second-generation in 2011. For over 4 generations, Escape has offered customers a comfortable experience. It is one of the best range of Ford cars available.

Passenger compartment fuse panel

Ford Escape II Fuse box passenger compartment fuse panel Fuse/Relay LocationFuse Amp RatingProtected Circuits
130ANot used (spare)
215ABrake on/off switch
315ASYNC module
430AMoon roof
510AKeypad illumination, Brake shift interlock (BSI), Passenger compartment fuse panel
620ATurn signals, Stop lamps
710ALow beam headlamps (left)
810ALow beam headlamps (right)
915AInterior lights
1110AFour wheel drive
127.5APower mirror switch
135ANot used (spare)
1410AFCIM (radio buttons), Front display module, GPS module
1510AClimate control
1615ANot used (spare)
1720AAll lock motor feeds, Liftgate release, Liftglass release
1820AHeated seat
1925ARear wiper
2115AFog lamps
2215APark lamps
2315AHigh beam headlamps
2420AHorn relay
2510ADemand lamps
2610AInstrument panel cluster
2720AIgnition switch
295AInstrument panel cluster
305ANot used (spare)
3110ARestraints control module
3210ARear video camera module
3310ANot used (spare)
345ANot used (spare)
3510AFour wheel drive, Electric power assist steering (EPAS), Park aid module, Active park assist module
365APassive anti-theft system (PATS) transceiver
3710AClimate control
3820ASubwoofer/Amp (premium radio)
3920ARadio, Radio amplifier (navigation only)
4020AFront power point
4115ADriver/passenger door lock switches, Automatic dimming mirror, Compass, Ambient lighting, Moon roof, Camera display in mirror
4210ANot used (spare)
4310ARear wiper logic, Heated seats relay, Instrument cluster
4410ANot used (spare)
455AFront wiper logic, Blower motor relay
467.5AOccupant classification system (OCS), Passenger airbag deactivation indicator (PADI)
4730ACircuit Breaker Power windows
48Delayed accessory relay

Power distribution box

Ford Escape II Fuse box power distribution box

The power distribution box is located in the engine compartment. The power distribution box contains high-current fuses that protect your vehicle’s main electrical systems from overloads.

Warning! Always disconnect the battery before servicing high current fuses.
Fuse/Relay LocationFuse Amp RatingProtected Circuits
A80AMidi Electronic power steering module (EPAS)
B125AMidi Passenger compartment fuse panel
115A*Heated mirror
230A**Rear defroster
320A**Rear power point (center console)
4Not used
510A*Powertrain control module (PCM) – keep alive power, PCM relay, Canister vent
715A*Liftgate latch
820A*Trailer tow parking lamps
950A**Anti-lock brake system (ABS)
1030A**Front wipers
1240A**Blower motor
1310A*A/C clutch
1415A*Trailer tow turn lamps
15Not used
1640A**Cooling fan 1
1740A**Cooling fan 2
1820A**ABS solenoid
1930A**Power seats
20A/C clutch relay
21ARear defroster relay
21BFuel relay
21CBlower relay
21DPCM relay
2220A*Fuel pump
2315A*Fuel injectors
24Not used
2615A*Ignition coils
2710A*PCM – general powertrain components malfunction indicator lamp
2820A*PCM – emission related powertrain components malfunction indicator lamp
30ACooling fan 1 relay
30BStarter relay
30CCooling fan main relay
30DCooling fan 2 relay
31AReverse lamp relay
31BNot used
31CTrailer tow left turn relay
31DTrailer tow right turn relay
31ETrailer tow park relay
31FLiftgate latch relay
32Not used
33PCM diode
34Start diode
3510A*Run/start, Reverse lamps, Rear defrost relay
36Not used

* Mini fuse ** Cartridge fuse

All Ford Escape II info & diagrams provided on this site are provided for general information purpose only. Actual Ford Escape II (2008-2012) diagrams & schemes (fuse box diagrams & layouts, location diagrams, wiring diagrams etc.) may vary depend on the model version.
Comments (1):

[email protected] 05-05-2021
Je veux savoir a quel endroit est sité le relais ou fuse pour les phares automatique sur Ford Escape 2012

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