Honda Accord VII USA Fuse box

Years of production: 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007

When it comes to affordable cars, Honda is one of the names that comes on the top. Honda Motor Company is mainly popular for its wide range of motorcycles. But they are also involved in car making. They have different car families each of which is designed keeping in mind the needs of customers. The company was established in 1946 and today, it is one of the leading car brands in the world. One of the most popular cars ranges from Honda is the Accord which is currently in the tenth-generation. However, we are here to talk about the Honda Accord VII USA.

Honda Accord VII USA: Seventh Generation

Honda Accord VII USA is a seventh-generation sedan car range by the company. This is one of the best-selling Honda cars in the US. The production of the seventh-generation Accord started in 2003 and continued till 2007. After that, the company launched the next generation of Accord cars in the market.

The seventh-generation consists of two separate models. One was designed for the North American market and the other one was for the Japanese and European markets. The car was a performance model featuring a K20 engine with 220 hp. However, the company renamed the European model as S and used a larger K24 engine with 190 hp. Honda Accord VII won the award for the Car of the Year Japan in 2003. They won the title a third time and created a record.

The North American Accord was bigger and had a lot of difference from the model launched in the Japanese and European markets. Honda Accord VII USA was available in both sedan and coupe forms. However, a new hybrid model was introduced in 2005. This was the first Accord to have wheels with five lug nuts.

Fuses location

Honda Accord VII USA Fuse box fuses location

The vehicle’s fuses are contained in two fuse boxes.

Interior fuse box diagram

Honda Accord VII USA Fuse box interior fuse box diagram

The interior fuse box is on the driver’s lower left side. To remove the fuse box lid, put your finger in the notch on the lid, and pull it upward slightly, then pull it toward you and take it out of its hinges.

No.Amps.Circuits Protected
1(15 A)DBW
215 AIgnition Coil
3(10 A)Daytime Running Light*
415 ALaf Heater
510 ARadio
67.5 AInterior Light
710 ABack-Up Lights
820 ADoor Lock
915 AFront Accessory Sockets
107.5 AIG OPDS (Occupant Position Detection System)
1130 AIG Wiper
12-Not Used
13-Not Used
14(20 A)Driver’s Power Seat Sliding
15(20 A)Heated Seats
16(20 A)Driver’s Power Seat Reclining
17-Not Used
1815 AIG ACG
1915 AIG Fuel Pump
207.5 AIG Washer
217.5 AIG Meter
2210 AIG SRS
237.5 AIGP (PGM-FI ECU)
24-Not Used
25-Not Used
2620 APassenger’s Power Window
2720 ADriver’s Power Window
28(20 A)Moonroof
29-Not Used
307.5 AIG HAC
31-Not Used
327.5 AACC
33-Not Used

Under-hood fuse/relay box

Honda Accord VII USA Fuse box under-hood fuse/relay box

The under-hood fuse box is on the driver’s side. To open it, push the tabs as shown.

No.Amps.Circuits Protected
110 ALeft Headlight Low Beam
2(30A)(Rear Defroster Coil)
310 ALeft Headlight High Beam
415 ASmall Light
510 ARight Headlight High Beam
610 ARight Headlight Low Beam
77.5 ABack Up
815 AFI ECU
920 ACondenser fan
10-Not Used
1120 ACooling Fan
11*30 ACooling Fan
127.5 AMG. Clutch
1320 AHorn, Stop
1440 ARear Defroster
1540 ABack Up, ACC
1615 AHazard
1730 AABS Motor
17*30 ATCS Motor
1820 AABS F/S
18*40 ATCS
1940 AOption
20(40 A)Option
2140 AHeater Motor
22100 ABattery
-Not Used
2350 AB IG1 Main
50 APower Window Main
All Honda Accord VII USA info & diagrams provided on this site are provided for general information purpose only. Actual Honda Accord VII USA (2003-2007) diagrams & schemes (fuse box diagrams & layouts, location diagrams, wiring diagrams etc.) may vary depend on the model version.
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