1998 Ford F250 Fuse Box Diagram

When it comes to troubleshooting electrical issues in your 1998 Ford F250, having a clear understanding of the fuse box diagram is essential. In this article, we will explore the 1998 Ford F250 fuse box diagram, providing insights into its components, locations, and the purpose of each fuse.

Standard fuse amperage rating and color

Fuse ratingColor
5 ampTan
7.5 ampBrown
10 ampRed
15 ampLight blue
20 ampYellow
20 amp fuse linkLight blue
25 ampNatural
30 ampLight green
30 amp fuse linkPink
40 amp fuse linkGreen
50 amp fuse linkRed
60 amp fuse linkYellow
80 amp fuse linkBlack
100 amp fuse linkDark blue

1998 Ford F250 Fuse Box Diagram (Power Distribution Box)

The engine compartment houses the power distribution box, which contains high-current fuses. These fuses serve to safeguard your vehicle’s primary electrical systems by preventing overloads.

Steps to open the hood of the 1998 Ford F250

Fuse/Relay LocationFuse Amp RatingDescription
120A *Trailer Tow RunningLamp Relay, TrailerTow Backup LampRelay
210A*Air Bag DiagnosticMonitor
315A*All Unlock Relay, AllLock Relay, DriverUnlock Relay, LHPower Door LockSwitch, RH PowerDoor Lock Switch
415A*Rear Air Suspension(RAS)
520A*Horn Relay
615A*Radio, Premium SoundAmplifier, CD Changer
715A*Main Light Switch,Park Lamp Relay
830A*Main Light Switch,Headlamp Relay,Multi-Function Switch
915A*Daytime RunningLamps (DRL) Module,Fog Lamp Relay
1025A*Auxiliary PowerSocket
11Not Used
12Not Used
13Not Used
1460A**/20A**4 Wheel Anti-LockBrake System(4WABS)Module/Ignition Switch(W/RABS Only)
1550A**Rear Air SuspensionCompressor
1640A**Trailer Tow BatteryCharge Relay, EngineFuse Module (Fuse 2)
1730A**Shift on the Fly Relay,Transfer Case ShiftRelay
1830A**Power Seat ControlSwitch
1920A**Fuel Pump Relay
2050A**Ignition Switch
2150A**Ignition Switch
2250A**Junction BoxFuse/Relay PanelBattery Feed
2340A**Blower Relay
2430A**PCM Power Relay,Engine Fuse Module(Fuse 1)
2530A**Junction BoxFuse/Relay Panel, ACCDelay Relay
26Not Used
27Not Used
2830A**Trailer ElectronicBrake Controller
29Not Used
*Mini fuses **Maxi fuses  

1998 Ford F250 Passenger Compartment Fuse Panel Diagram

The Passenger Compartment Fuse Panel can be found beneath and to the left of the steering wheel, near the brake pedal. To access the fuses, simply pull the panel cover outward. When removing a fuse, utilize the fuse puller tool provided on the cover of the fuse panel.

Fuse/Relay LocationFuse Amp RatingDescription
115AFlasher Relay
25AInstrument Cluster
325ACigar Lighter
45APark Lamp Relay, Headlamp Relay, Autolamp ModuleRemote Anti-TheftPersonality (RAP)Module, Power MirrorSwitch
515APark Lamp Relay, Headlamp Relay, Autolamp Module Remote Anti-Theft Personality (RAP) Module, Power Mirror Switch
65AShift Lock Actuator, Generic Electronic Module (GEM), RearAir Suspension (RAS)Module
7Not Used
85ARadio, Main LightSwitch, RemoteAnti-Theft Personality(RAP) Module
9Not Used
10Not Used
1130AWasher Pump Relay, Wiper Run/Park Relay, Wiper Hi/LO Relay, Windshield WiperMotor
125AData Link Connector(DLC)
1315ADigital TransmissionRange (DTR) Sensor(A/T), Backup LampSwitch (M/T), DaytimeRunning Lights (DRL)Module, Speed ControlServo/AmplifierAssembly, Heater-A/CControl Assembly, Blend Door Actuator
1415ABattery Saver Relay, Interior Lamp Relay
155AGeneric Electronic Module (GEM)
1620AInstrument Cluster(W/O DRL), Daytime Running Lamps (DRL) Module, Hi-Beam Headlamps (Power supplied through Multi-FunctionSwitch)
17Not Used
185APark Lamp Relay, Trailer Electronic Brake Controller, MainLight Switch, Trailer Tow Run Relay, Front Park/Turn Lamps, License Lamps, Stop/Park/Turn Lamps, Tail/Side Marker Lamps (Power supplied through MainLight Switch)
1910AInstrument Cluster, Air Bag DiagnosticMonitor
205APowertrain Control Module (PCM), Generic Electronic Module (GEM)/Central Timer Module (CTM)
2115AClutch Pedal Position(CPP) Switch (W/ORAP), StarterInterrupt Relay(W/RAP)
2210AAir Bag DiagnosticMonitor, PassiveDe-Activation (PAD)Module
2310ATrailer tow Battery Charge Relay, 4X4Hub Solenoid, 4X2Hub Solenoid, Flasher Relay, Shift on the FlyRelay
2410ABlower Relay
255A4 Wheel Anti-LockBrake System (4WABS) Module,4WABS Relay
2610ADaytime Running Lamps (DRL) Module, Right Headlamp
275AMain Light Switch, Fog Lamp Relay
2810ALeft Headlamp
295AAutolamp Module, Instrument Cluster, Transmission Control Switch (TCS), Brake Warning Resistor/Diode Assembly (W/RABS)
3030ARadio Noise Capacitor, Ignition Coil, PCMPower Diode
31Not Used
Relay 1Interior Lamp Relay
Relay 2Battery Saver Relay
Not UsedNot Used
Relay 4One Touch DownRelay
Relay 5ACC Delay Relay
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