Never replace a fuse with one having
a higher rating or with material
other than a fuse because serious
damage or a fire could result.
The fuses are designed to melt during an
overload to prevent damage to the wiring
harness and electrical equipment. The
fuses are located in two fuse boxes
One is located under the instrument panel
behind the cover on the driver’s seat side.
To remove the cover, pull it out.
The other one is housed in the engine
|Fuse panel||Fuse rating||Circuit|
|3||15A||Power door lock, Remote keyless entry|
|4||15A||Power outlet (front), Remote controlled rear view mirrors|
|5||10A||Tail light, Parking light|
|11||15A||Engine ignition system, SRS airbag, AT control system|
|12||10A||Illumination brightness control|
|13||20A||Wiper deicer, Outside mirror defogger|
|15||30A||Windshield wiper and washer|
|18||15A||Backup light, Cruise control|
|19||15A||Power outlet (cargo)|
|20||15A||Rear window wiper and washer|
|21||15A||Ignition coil (Non-turbo model only)|