Ford Fusion I - Fuse box

Years of production: 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

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Ford is one of the oldest car companies in the world. This American automobile company was established in 1903. For over 117 years, they are offering high- performance vehicles to customers.

Ford vehicles range from family cars to SUVs to station wagons. The company is also involved in making luxury cars under the brand name Lincoln. But in this post, we are talking about Ford Fusion I which is also known as Ford Fusion Americas. Ford Fusion I is the first-generation range of sedans marketed by the company. It was first manufactured in 2006.

Ford Fusion I: Second Generation

Ford Fusion I is a four-door, five-passenger mid-size sedan. From 2006 to 2012, the company manufactured the first-generation Fusion. Currently, it is in the second- generation stage. Fusion I was built on Ford’s CD3 platform which was designed by Mazda. It was the first car to feature the “new face of Ford” three-bar grille. The car was available in SE, S, and SEL trims.

The car was equipped with a base engine of 160 hp. It was paired with a 5-speed manual transmission. SEL and SE models were available with 221 hp with a 6-speed automatic. The Fusion has some of its parts common with Mk III Ford Mondeo, such as the seats and the console. However, Fusion’s design was largely influenced by Mazda. The company made several changes in the later years. They wanted to make the car better and more comfortable. In 2007, all-wheel-drive was available on V6 models. They included Sirius Satellite Radio as an option in the SEL and SE trims. Along with that they also introduced the front passenger fold-flat seat. In 2008, they included tire and ABS pressure monitoring. These were the standard features included in Ford Fusion.

Ford Fusion II is one of the best and most popular ranges of sedans manufactured by the company.

Passenger compartment fuse panel

2 years ago by t0z
Ford Fusion I Fuse box - passenger compartment fuse panel

The fuse panel is located below and to the left of the steering wheel by the brake pedal. Remove the panel cover to access the fuses. To remove a fuse use the fuse puller tool provided on the fuse panel cover.

Fuse/Relay LocationFuse Amp RatingProtected Circuits
110ABackup lamps (automatic transmission), Electrochromatic mirror
315ABattery saver: Interior lamps, Puddle lamps, Trunk lamp, Power windows
415AParklamps, Side markers, License plate lamps
5Not used
6Not used
7Not used
830ARear window defroster
910AHeated mirrors
1030AStarter coil, PCM
1115AHigh beams
127.5ADelay accessories: Radio head units, Moon roof, Lock switch illumination, Electrochromatic mirrors, Ambient lighting
137.5ACluster, Analog clock, Climate control head units
1415AWasher pump
1520ACigar lighter
1615ADoor lock actuator, Decklid lock solenoid
1820ARadio head units, OBDII connector
197.5ANot used (Spare)
207.5APower mirrors, Satellite radio module, All wheel drive
217.5AStop lamps, CHMSL
237.5AWiper relay coil, Cluster logic
247.5AOCS (Passenger’s seat), PAD indicator
267.5APATS Transceiver, Brake shift interlock solenoid, Brake pedal switch, Automatic transmission relay coil, Reverse switch (back-up lamps for manual transmission)
277.5ACluster, Climate control head units
2810AABS/Traction Control, Heated seats, Compass, Reverse sensing system
C/B30ACircuit Breaker Moon roof power, Delayed accessory (SJB fuse 12, power window)

Power distribution box

2 years ago by t0z
Ford Fusion I 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.

Fuse/Relay LocationFuse Amp RatingProtected Circuits
160A***SJB power feed (fuses 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, C/B)
260A***SJB power feed (fuses 1, 2, 4, 10,11)
340A**Powertrain power, PCM relay coil
440A**Blower motor
5Not used
640A**Rear window defroster, Heatedmirrors
740A**PETA Pump (PZEV) power feed
840A**ABS pump
1030A**ABS Valves
1120A**Heated seats
12Not used
1415A*Ignition switch
15Not used
1710A*Alternator sense
18Not used
1940A**Logic feed to SJB (solid state devices)
20Not used
21Not used
2220A**Console power point
2310A*PCM KAM, FNR5 and canister vent solenoid
2415A*Fog lamps
2510A*A/C Compressor clutch
26Not used
27Not used
2860A***Engine cooling fan
29Not used
3030A**Fuel pump/injectors relay
31Not used
3230A**Driver power seat
3320A**Moon roof
34Not used
35Not used
361A*PCM diode
371A*One Touch Integrated Start (OTIS) diode
38Not used
39Not used
40Not used
41RelayFog lamp relay
42RelayWiper park relay
43RelayA/C clutch relay
44RelayFNR5 transmission relay
455A*PETA Pump (PZEV) feedback
4715A*PCM class B
4815A*Coil on plug
4915A*PCM class C
50Not used
51Not used
52Full ISO RelayBlower relay
53Not used
54Full ISO RelayFuel pump/injectors relay
55Full ISO RelayWiper RUN relay
56Not used
57Full ISO RelayPCM relay
58High Current RelayPETA Pump (PZEV)

*Mini fuses **A1 fuses ***A3 fuses

All Ford Fusion I info & diagrams provided on this site are provided for general information purpose only. Actual Ford Fusion I (2006-2012) diagrams & schemes (fuse box diagrams & layouts, location diagrams, wiring diagrams etc.) may vary depend on the model version.

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