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Ford Scorpio (1994 - 1998) Fuse Box Diagram

avatar Jonathan Yarden Mar 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: 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998

Fuses in the Central Junction Box

Ford Scorpio - fuse box diagram - central junction box

Circuits protected
1 15 Front fog lights, heated exterior mirrors
2 5 Parking light LHD, licence plate light
3 10 Exterior light switch
4 10 Dipped beam right-hand side, headlamp levelling
5 10 Dipped beam left-hand side
6 30 Electrically adjustable seats
7 25 Wiper motors, washer pumps
8 5 Radio
9 15 Horn
10 10 Main beam left-hand side
11 10 Main beam right-hand side
12 5 Parking light RHD
13 20 Ignition lock
14 15 Tail lights, direction indicators, brake lights
15 7.5 Rear fog lights
16 7.5 Electronics
17 7.5 Electronics
18 10 Dim/dipped light RHD
19 20 Headlamp washer
20 20 Heated rear window
21 10 Heated exterior mirrors
22 20 Door locking modules
23 5 Instrument panel light
24 15 Interior lights, audio systems
25 30 Power window
26 30 Power window front
27 10 Air bag, ABS
28 30 Power sunroof, power rear windows
29 25 Heater blower motor
R1 Rear window wiper
R2 Intermittent wiping (windscreen)
R3 Dipped beam
R4 Heated rear window
R5 Heated rear window
R6 Main beam
R7 Dim/dip light (GB)
R8 Not used
R9 Fog light
R10 Horn
R11 Start inhibitor (automatic transmission)
R12 Rear door locking
R13 Bridge
R14 Daytime running lights (S, N, DK, SF)
Power interruption power windows or electrically adjustable seats
Overloading can cause a temporary interruption of the operation of the power windows or the electrically adjustable seats. In case of permanent interruption check the corresponding fuse.

Fuses in the Battery Junction Box

Ford Scorpio - fuse box diagram - battery junction box

Circuits protected
30 20 Self-levelling suspension
31 10 EEC V PCM
32 Not used
33 20 Ignition timing
34 15 Engine management system
35 30 Air conditioning compressor
36 10 Power saver (battery)
37 20 Engine management system
38 30 Heated windscreen right-hand side
39 30 Cooling fan (1/1+2)
40 20 HO2S
41 30 Heated windscreen left-hand side
42 15 Fuel pump
43 20 Cigar lighter, electrically heated seats
44 30 Cooling fan (2)
45 10 Hazard flasher
46 30 ABS module
47 30 ABS module
I 80 Power supply central junction box
II 60 Power supply central junction box
III 60 Power supply central junction box
IV 50 Diesel glow plug
R16 Power saver (battery)
R17 Fuel injection pump
R18 Heated windscreen
R19 Engine management system
R20 Self-levelling suspension
R21 Ignition lock
R22 Bridge
R23 Bridge
R24 Air conditioning
R25 Not used

Auxiliary Relays and their Location

Circuits protected
R26 Heated seats Centre console
R27 Power sunroof Sunroof
R28 Heater blower motor Retainer behind the glove compartment
R29 Direction indicators Adjacent to the steering column
R30 ‘‘Trip’’ Switch (windows) Driver’s door
R31 Headlamp washer Retainer behind the glove compartment
R32 Diesel glow plug Engine compartment
R33 Rear window wiper interval Adjacent to the steering column
R34 Engine cooling fan Engine compartment
R35 Front fog lights (NL,S) Underneath the instrument panel
R36 Not used
R37 Speed control system Retainer behind the glove compartment
R38 Air compressor Retainer behind the glove compartment

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

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