1998-2002 Honda Accord fuse box diagram

Here are fuse box diagrams for the sixth-generation Honda Accord, which was made between 1998 and 2002. These diagrams show where the fuse panels are located inside the car and explain what each fuse is for. If you need to know which fuse controls a specific part of your Accord from 2001 or 2002, these diagrams will help you find the information you need quickly.

Cigar lighter (power outlet) fuse in the Honda Accord is the fuse #9 in the Right Instrument panel fuse box.

Engine compartment

Fuse NumberFuse Amps.Circuits Protected
120 ALeft Headlight
320 ARight Headlight
420 AABS F/S
520 AStop
615 AACG
730 AABS Motor
815 AHazard
9Spare Fuse
10100 ABattery
1120 ACooling Fan
1240 ABack Up, ACC
1340 APower Window Motor
14Spare Fuse
1540 APower Seat
1620 ABSC
1740 AHeater Motor
1840 ARear Defroster
1920 AHeated Seat
2020 ACondenser Fan
2150 AIG1 Main

Passenger compartment

(Driver’s side)

Fuse NumberFuse Amps.Circuits Protected
115 AIG1 Fuel Pump
210 AIG1 SRS
37.5 AIG2 HAC
47.5 AR/C Mirror
57.5 AIG2 Day Light (On Canadian models)
615 AECU (ECM/PCM), Cruise Control
77.5 AIG1 Moonroof, Washer
87.5 AACC
97.5 AInstrument Panel, Back-up Lights
107.5 AIG1 Turn Signals
1115 AIG1 Coil
1230 AIG1 Wiper
137.5 ASTS

(Passenger’s side)

NumberFuse Amps.Circuits Protected
130 AMoonroof
220 ADriver Power Seat Recline
320 AAssistant Power Seat Recline
420 ADriver Power Seat Slide
520 AAssistant Power Seat Slide
610 ADaytime Running Light (On Canadian models)
720 ARear Left Power Window
820 AFront Right Power Window
920 ARadio, Cigarette Lighter
1010 ASmall Lights
117.5 AInterior Light, Courtesy Lights
1220 APower Door Locks
137.5 AClock
147.5 AABS Motor Check
1520 AFront Left Power Window
1620 ARear Right Power Window
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