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Underhood fuses (Power Distribution Center)
Power Distribution Center is located in the engine compartment (next to the air cleaner filter). A label identifying the components and circuits is located on the underside of the cover.
|1||30 Amp/Pink||Ignition Start|
|2||40 Amp/Green||Anti-Lock Brake (ABS) Pump|
|3||40 Amp/Green||Ignition Run|
|4||30 Amp/Blue||Heated Seats|
|5||40 Amp/Green||Radiator Fan|
|6||20 Amp/Blue||Power Height Adjuster|
|7||30 Amp/Blue||Anti-Lock Brake (ABS) Solenoid|
|8||40 Amp/Green||Electric Back Light (EBL)|
|10||40 Amp/Green||Exterior Lighting, Remote Keyless Entry, Alarm and Door Locks|
|11||10 Amp/Red||Air Conditioning (A/C)|
|12||15 Amp/Lt. Blue||Stop Lights|
|13||20 Amp/Blue||Fuel Pump/Auto Shut Down (ASD)|
|14||15 Amp/Lt. Blue||Horn|
|15||20 Amp/Blue||Electronic Automatic Transaxle (ETAX)|
|16||15 Amp/Lt. Blue||Hi Beam|
|17||20 Amp/ Yellow||Ignition Off Draw (IOD)|
|18||15 Amp/Lt. Blue||Hazard|
|19||20 Amp/ Yellow||Power Outlets|
|21||20 Amp/ Yellow||Fog Lights (Build-Up Export Only|
The fuse access panel is on the left side of the instrument panel next to the steering column. A label identifying the components and circuits is located on the inside of the cover.
WARNING: Terminal and harness assignments for individual connectors will vary depending on vehicle equipment level, model, and market.
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