Power Distribution Box
WARNING   WARNING:  Always disconnect the battery before servicing high-current fuses.
WARNING   WARNING:  To reduce risk of electrical shock, always replace the cover to the power distribution box before reconnecting the battery or refilling fluid reservoirs.

The power distribution box is located in the engine compartment. It has high-current fuses that protect your vehicle's main electrical systems from overloads.
If the battery has been disconnected and reconnected, some features will need to be reset.   See   Changing the 12V Battery
Power Distribution Box Fuse Locations
Fuse or relay number   Fuse amp rating   Protected components  
1   25A3   Wiper motor #2  
2   —   Starter relay  
3   15A1   Autowipers  
4   —   Blower motor relay  
5   20A3   Power point 3 - Back of console  
6   —   Not used  
7   20A1   Powertrain control module - vehicle power 1  
8   20A1   Powertrain control module - vehicle power 2  
9   —   Powertrain control module relay  
10   20A3   Power point 1 - driver front  
11   15A2   Powertrain control module - vehicle power 4  
12   15A2   Powertrain control module - vehicle power 3  
13   10A2   Powertrain control module - vehicle power 5  
14   10A2   Powertrain control module - vehicle power 6  
15   —   Run/start relay  
16   20A3   Power point 2 - console  
17   —   Not used  
18   10A1   Powertrain control module - keep alive power  
19   10A1   Run/start electronic power assist steering  
20   10A1   Run/start lighting  
21   15A1   Run/start transmission control, Transmission oil pump start/stop  
22   10A1   Air conditioner clutch solenoid  
23   15A1   Run/start: blind spot information system, Rear view camera, Adaptive cruise control, Heads-up display  
24   —   Not used  
25   10A2   Run/start anti-lock brake system  
26   10A2   Run/start powertrain control module  
27   10A1   Not used (spare)  
28   —   Not used  
29   —   Not used  
30   —   Not used  
31   —   Not used  
32   —   Electronic fan #1 relay  
33   —   Air conditioner clutch relay  
34   —   Not used  
35   —   Not used  
36   —   Not used  
37   —   Not used  
38   —   Electronic fan #2 relay  
39   —   Electronic fan #3 relay  
40   —   Fuel pump relay  
41   —   Horn relay  
42   —   Not used  
43   —   Not used  
44   —   Not used  
45   —   Not used  
46   10A2   Alternator  
47   10A2   Brake on/off switch  
48   20A1   Horn  
49   5A1   Mass air flow monitor  
50   —   Not used  
51   —   Not used  
52   —   Not used  
53   10A1   Power seats  
54   —   Not used  
55   —   Not used  

1Micro fuse
2Dual micro fuse
3M-type fuse
Power Distribution Box - Bottom
There are fuses located on the bottom of the fuse box. To access the bottom of the fuse box, do the following:
Power Distribution Box Movement
  1. Release the two latches, located on both sides of the fuse box.
  1. Raise the inboard side of the fuse box from the cradle.
  1. Move the fuse box toward the center of the engine compartment.
  1. Pivot the outboard side of the fuse box to access the bottom side.
Power Distribution Box - Bottom View
Fuse or relay number   Fuse amp rating   Protected components  
56   30A1   Fuel pump feed  
57   —   Not used  
58   —   Not used  
59   30A1   500W Electronic fan 3  
60   30A1   500W Electronic fan 1  
61   —   Not used  
62   50A2   Body control module 1  
63   20A1   500W Electronic fan 2  
64   —   Not used  
65   20A1   Front heated seat  
66   —   Not used  
67   50A2   Body control module 2  
68   40A1   Heated rear window  
69   30A1   Anti-lock brake system valves  
70   30A1   Passenger seat  
71   —   Not used  
72   30A1   Not used (spare)  
73   20A1   Not used (spare)  
74   30A1   Driver seat module  
75   —   Not used  
76   20A1   Transmission oil pump #2 stop/start  
77   30A1   Not used (spare)  
78   —   Not used  
79   40A1   Blower motor  
80   30A1   Not used (spare)  
81   40A1   110 volt inverter  
82   60A2   Anti-lock brake system pump  
83   25A1   Wiper motor #1  
84   30A1   Starter solenoid  
85   30A1   Not used (spare)  

1 M-type fuse
2J-type fuse
Passenger Compartment Fuse Panel
The fuse panel is located under the instrument panel to the left of the steering column.
Note:   It may be easier to access the fuse panel if you remove the finish trim piece.
Fuse Panel Diagram
Fuse or relay number   Fuse amp rating   Protected components  
1   10A1   Lighting (ambient, glove box, vanity, dome, trunk)  
2   7.5A1   Memory seats, Lumbar, Power mirror  
3   20A1   Driver door unlock  
4   5A1   Not used (spare)  
5   20A1   Subwoofer amplifier  
6   10A2   Not used (spare)  
7   10A2   Not used (spare)  
8   10A2   Not used (spare)  
9   10A2   Not used (spare)  
10   5A2   Keypad  
11   5A2   Not used  
12   7.5A2   Climate control, Gear shift  
13   7.5A2   Steering wheel column, Cluster, Datalink logic  
14   10A2   Not used  
15   10A2   Datalink/Gateway module  
16   15A1   Not used (spare)  
17   5A2   Not used (spare)  
18   5A2   Ignition, Push button stop/start  
19   5A2   Passenger airbag disabled indicator, Transmission range  
20   5A2   Not used (spare)  
21   5A2   Humidity and in–car temperature  
22   5A2   Occupant classification sensor  
23   10A1   Delayed accessory (Power inverter logic, Moonroof logic)  
24   30A1   Central lock/unlock  
25   30A1   Driver door (window, mirror)  
26   30A1   Front passenger door (window, mirror)  
27   30A1   Moonroof  
28   20A1   Sony amplifier  
29   30A1   Rear driver side door (window)  
30   30A1   Rear passenger side door (window)  
31   15A1   Not used (spare)  
32   10A1   GPS, Voice control, Display, Adaptive cruise control, Radio frequency receiver  
33   20A1   Radio, Active noise control  
34   30A1   Run/start bus (fuse #19, 20, 21, 22, 35, 36, 37, circuit breaker)  
35   5A1   Restraints control module  
36   15A1   Auto-dimming rear view mirror  
37   15A1   All-wheel drive module, Heated steering wheel module  
38   30A   Not used (spare)  

1Micro fuse
2Dual micro fuse