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Ford E-Series E-150 (2009) – fuse box diagram

avatar Jonathan Yarden Jan 25, 2021 · 5 min. read

In this article you will find a description of fuses and relays Ford, with photos of block diagrams and their locations. Highlighted the cigarette lighter fuse (as the most popular thing people look for).
Get tips on blown fuses, replacing a fuse, and more.

Year of production: 2009

Passenger compartment fuse panel

The fuse panel is located to the left of the brake pedal and mounted onto the lower left cowl panel.

Ford E-Series E-150 - fuse box - passenger compartment

Fuse/relay location Ampere rating [A] Protected circuit
1 30 Not used (spare)
2 15 Not used (spare)
3 15 Not used (spare)
4 30 Not used (spare)
5 10 SPDJB/Brake shift interlock
6 20 Turn signal, Hazard, Stop lamps
7 10 Left low beam
8 10 Right low beam
9 15 Courtesy lamps
10 15 Switch illumination
11 10 Not used (spare)
12 7,5 Not used (spare)
13 5 Mirrors
14 10 Not used (spare)
15 10 Not used (spare)
16 15 Not used (spare)
17 20 Door locks
18 20 Not used (spare)
19 25 Not used (spare)
20 15 Diagnostic connector
21 15 Not used (spare)
22 15 Park lamps, License plate lamps
23 15 High beams
24 20 Horn
25 10 Demand lighting
26 10 Cluster
27 20 Ignition switch feed
28 5 Audio mute (start)
29 5 Cluster
30 5 Not used (spare)
31 10 Not used (spare)
32 10 Restraints module
33 10 Trailer Brake Controller
34 5 Not used (spare)
35 10 Reverse park aid, Rear video camera, Cutaway run/start
36 5 PATS RF module
37 10 Climate control, Stripped chassis IP #1 run/start
38 20 Not used (spare)
39 20 Radio, Navigation
40 20 Amplifier
41 15 Radio, Switch illumination, Reverse camera mirror
42 10 Upfitter switch
43 10 Overhead console, Stripped chassis IP1
44 10 Auxiliary Battery Relay
45 5 Wipers, Stripped chassis Engine connector 3
46 7,5 PADI
47 30 circuit
breaker
Windows accessory delay
48 Relay Delayed accessory

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.

Ford E-Series E-150 - fuse box - power distribution box

Fuse/relay location Ampere rating [A] Protected Circuits
1 Micro Relay Powertrain Control Module (PCM)
2 Micro Relay Starter solenoid
3 Micro Relay Wiper
4 Micro Relay Trailer tow battery charge
5 Micro Relay Fuel pump
6 Micro Relay Trailer tow park lamp
7 Micro Relay Upfitter #4
8 Micro Relay Upfitter #3
9 Micro Relay Modified vehicle and stripped chassis run/start
10 ISO IDM relay (Diesel engine only)
11 — Not used
12 40** Modified vehicle and stripped chassis run/start
13 30** Starter solenoid relay
14 40** Run start relay
15 40** Modified vehicle and stripped chassis battery
16 50** Auxiliary A/C blower
17 50** Auxiliary battery feed, Trailer tow battery charge, trailer tow park feed
18 30** Electric trailer brake, Trailer brake controller
19 30** Upfitter #1
20 30** Upfitter #2
21 50** IDM relay (diesel engine only)
22 — Not used
23 G8VA relay A/C clutch
24 G8VA relay Horn relay (Stripped chassis)
25 Micro relay Run/start
26 — Not used
27 — Not used
28 20* Back up lamp
29 10* A/C clutch
30 10* BOO switch
31 10* Cluster battery (stripped chassis only), IDM coil (diesel engine only)
32 50** Blower motor
33 40** ABS pump
34 20** Stripped chassis horn
35 40** PCM relay
36 20** Ignition switch (Stripped chassis only)
37 G8VA relay Trailer tow stop/LH turn signal
38 G8VA relay Trailer tow stop/RH turn signal
39 G8VA relay Back up lamp
40 ISO relay Blower motor
41 10* Charging (diesel engine only)
42 15 Diagnostic connector (stripped chassis)
43 20* Fuel pump
44 10* Upfitter #3
45 15* Upfitter #4
46 10* PCM keep alive power, Canister vent, PCM relay coil
47 40** ABS coil
48 20** Trailer tow stop lamp/turn signal
49 30** Wiper motor
50 — Not used
51 20** Cutaway
52 10* Stripped chassis and modified vehicle run/start relay coil
53 10* ABS run/start feed
54 10* Fuel pump relay coil (gas engine only)
55 10* ECM (diesel engine only)
56 20* DFCM (diesel engine only)
57 20* Trailer tow park lamp
58 15* Trailer tow backup
59 — Not used
60 — One Touch Integrated Start (OTIS) (diode)
61 — Auxiliary battery (diode)
62 Micro relay Upfitter #2
63 30** Trailer tow battery charge
64 — Not used
65 20** Power point 2 (glove box)
66 20** Power point 3 (left-hand B-pillar)
67 20** Power point 1 (instrument panel)
68 50** Modified vehicle
69 — Not used
70 30** Stripped chassis
71 — Not used
72 20** Cigar lighter
73 — Not used
74 30* Power seat
75 20* VPWR 1, PCM power
76 20* VPWR 2, PCM mil
77 10* VPWR 3, PCM non mil
78 15* VPWR 4 (gas engine only), Ignition coil (diesel engine only), Fuel pump relay coil
79 10* VPWR 5, Transmission
80 10* Cluster run/start (stripped chassis only)
81 15* IDM logic (diesel engine only)
82 — Not used
83 — Fuel pump (diode)
84 — Not used
85 Micro relay Upfitter #1
* Mini fuses

** A1 fuses

WARNING: Terminal and harness assignments for individual connectors will vary depending on vehicle equipment level, model, and market.

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