Ford Ranger IV - Fuse box

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Passenger compartment fuse panel

2 years ago by t0z
Ford Ranger IV Fuse box - passenger compartment fuse panel

The fuse panel is located under the right-hand side of the instrument panel behind the kick panel. A fuse puller tool is located near the lower right corner of the fuse box; this tool will assist you in pulling the fuses out for inspection, if necessary.

Fuse/RelayLocationFuse Amp RatingDescription
15AInstrument panel dimmer switch
210ATrailer tow park lamps
310ARight low beam headlamp
410ALeft low beam headlamp
55AWindshield wiper module (RUN/ACCY)
610ARadio (RUN/ACCY), Door switch illumination
7Not used
810ARestraints control module (RCM), Passenger airbag deactivation indicator (PADI), Occupant classification sensor (OCS)
1010ACluster (RUN/START), 4x4 module (RUN/START)
1110APassenger compartment fuse panel (Logic power)
1215ASatellite radio
1315AHorn, Interior lamps
1415AHigh beamheadlamp, High beam indicator (cluster)
15Not used
1630A cartridge fusePower windows
1715ATurn signals/Hazards
18Not used
1920ACenter high-mounted stop lamp (CHMSL)/Stop lamps
2010AAnti-lock br ake system (ABS) module, Speed control module, Back-up lamps, Overdrive cancel switch, Electronic flasher (turn)
215AStarter relay coil
225ARadio (START)
2330AHeadlamps (low and high beam)
2420ARadio battery feed (B+)
25Accessory relay (power windows)
262ARedundant cruise switch
2710AClimate control blower relay/blend doors
2815A4x4 module battery feed (B+)
2920ACigar lighter, Diagnostic connector (OBD II)
305APower mirrors
3120AFront park lamps, Rear park lamps, License plate lamps, Dimmer switch, Trailer tow park lamps
325ABrake switch (logic)
335AInstrument cluster battery feed (B+)
3420APower point
3515APower locks

Power distribution box

2 years ago by t0z
Ford Ranger IV 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/RelayLocationFuse Amp RatingDescription
140A**Passenger compartment fuse panel
2Not used
340A**Passenger compartment fuse panel
4Not used
550A**Passenger compartment fuse panel
6Not used
730A**Starter solenoid
8Not used
940A**Ignition switch
10Not used
1130A**Powertrain control module (PCM) relay
12Not used
1330A**Blower motor (climate control)
14Not used
15Not used
16Not used
1740A**Anti-lock brake system (ABS) module
18Not used
1920A**Engine fan
20Not used
2110A*PCM keep alive power, Canister purge valve solenoid
22Not used
2330A*Fuel pump motor, Fuel injectors
24Not used
2510A*A/C clutch solenoid
26Not used
27Not used
28Not used
30Not used
3115A*Fog lamps
32Not used
3330A*Anti-lock brake system (ABS) module
34Not used
35Not used
36Not used
37Not used
387.5A*Trailer tow (right turn)
3915A*PCM power
40Not used
4110A*Automatic transmission
427.5A*Trailer tow (left turn)
4320A*Engine fan relay coil, A/C relay coil, IAC, Mass air flow sensor, Heated exhaust gas oxygen sensor, Catalyst module sensor, Vapor management valve solenoid
4415A*Ignition coil, Capacitor
45ANot used
45BNot used
46AFuel pump relay, Fuel injectors relay
46BNot used
47Engine fan relay
48Starter relay
49Not used
50Not used
51Not used
52Not used
53Not used
54PCM relay
55Blower relay
56AA/C clutch solenoid relay
56BFog lamp relay

* Mini Fuses ** Maxi Fuses

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