When your car is giving you trouble, the first thing you may do is head out to your local
mechanic. Not every problem requires costly repairs, such as a simple fuse box correction. If you
have a Mazda 6 II fuse box installed in your car, then this diagram can help you identify the
source of your problem. This diagram detail the GH1 second-generation Mazda 6. We have
provided the complete diagrams so that you can identify the location of the fuse panel as well as
learn the fuse layout of the Mazda 6 II fuse box.
The power outlet for the cigar lighter is linked by Fuse #11 in the diagram. The passenger
compartment fuse box as well as the #8 fuse in the engine compartment are also linked. If you
find that your electric systems are not working or malfunctioning, check the driver side fuses
behind the kick panel. When your problems are malfunctioning headlights or other electronics
but the cabin fuses are functional, double-check the fuses located under the hood in the fuse box.
The fuse box for the passenger compartment can be found on the left side of the car. The figure
below shows the exact locations of the passenger compartment fuses of the Mazda 6 GH1. As
you can see each fuse is number and listed with the corresponding section in the diagram below.
The rating of the fuse is also listed with the component that is protecting for easy identification.
If you find that your Mazda 6 II fuse box has a slightly different layout, check the year and
model of your car to ensure you are looking at the correct diagram.
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