1995-2001 Honda CR-V fuse box diagram

The first-generation Honda CR-V, manufactured from 2000 to 2001, includes detailed fuse box diagrams for these specific model years. These diagrams provide information on where to find the fuse panels inside the car and explain the purpose of each fuse.

Cigar lighter (power outlet) fuses in the Honda CR-V are the fuses #6 (Rear Accessory Power Socket) and #27 (Front Accessory Power Socket) in the Instrument panel fuse box.

Engine compartment

Circuits Protected
1100 AMain Fuse Battery
240 AMain Fuse Ignition Starter
320 ARear Defogger
440 APower Window
540 AOption
630 AHeadlight
740 AHealer Motor
810 AHazard
915 AHorn, Stop Light
1020 ADoor Lock Unit
1120 ACooling Fan
1220 ACondenser Fan
1315 AFI E/M (ECM/PCM)
147.5 ABack-up (Radio)
157.5 AInterior Light
17.5 AMotor Check
220 AABS + B
340 AABS Pump Motor

Instrument panel

Circuits Protected
1Not used
2Not used
310 ARear Wiper, Washer
410 ARight Headlight High Beam
510 ALeft Headlight High Beam
610 ARear Accessory Power Socket
720 APower Window Rear Left
820 APower Window Rear Right
915 AIGN Coil
1020 APower Window Front Assistant
1120 APower Window Front Driver
127.5 ATurn Lights
1315 AFuel Pump (SRS Unit)
147.5 ACruise Control
157.5 AACG (IG), SP Sensor
167.5 AABS
177.5 AHeater A/C Relay
187.5 ARunning Light Relay (Canadian model)
197.5 ABack-up Light
207.5 ARunning Light (Canadian model)
2110 ARight Headlight Low Beam
2210 ALeft Headlight Low Beam
2310 ASRS
247.5 APower Window Relay
257.5 AMeter
2620 AFront Wiper, Front Washer
2710 AFront Accessory Power Socket
2810 ARadio
29Not used
307.5 AMeter Light
317.5 AStarter Signal
327.5 ALicense Light, Taillight
337.5 AInter Lock Unit
347.5 ASpare Fuse
3510 ASpare Fuse
3615 ASpare Fuse
3720 ASpare Fuse
38Not used
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