In this article, we will provide a comprehensive guide to the 2001 Ford F250 fuse box diagram, explaining the purpose of fuses, their locations, and the corresponding electrical systems they protect.
Before getting to the depth, let us first understand the importance of the fuse box, and its diagram.
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Did you know that when certain electrical parts in your vehicle stop working, it could be due to a blown fuse? Blown fuses can be easily recognized by a broken wire inside the fuse. So, instead of immediately replacing the electrical components, it’s worth taking a look at the corresponding fuses to see if any have been affected by this occurrence!
What to know before changing Fuses?
Standard fuse amperage rating and color
|Fuse rating||Mini fuses||Standard fuses||Maxi fuses||Cartridge maxi fuses||Fuse link cartridge|
2001 Ford F250 Fuse Box Diagram (Power Distribution Box)
The engine compartment of your vehicle houses several important components, including the power distribution box, trailer tow relay block, and electronic shift on the fly relay block. These can typically be found near the brake master cylinder.
The power distribution box is particularly significant as it contains high-current fuses responsible for safeguarding your vehicle’s main electrical systems from overloads. Its presence ensures the protection and proper functioning of vital electrical components.
In certain situations, such as when the battery has been disconnected and reconnected, it is advisable to consult the Battery section of the Maintenance and Care chapter in your vehicle’s manual.
Steps to Open the Hood of the 2001 Ford F250
To open the hood of a 2002 Ford F250, follow these steps:
- Locate the hood release handle inside the vehicle. In most cases, it is situated under the left side of the instrument panel, towards the bottom. Pull the handle to disengage the primary latch.
- Move to the front of the vehicle and find the auxiliary latch. It is positioned under the center-right of the hood. The latch design may require either sliding the handle to the side or lifting it up to release the auxiliary latch.
- Once the auxiliary latch is released, lift the hood upwards. As you do so, the lift cylinders will engage and hold the hood open. It is important to ensure that the hood is securely supported before performing any maintenance or inspection tasks.
|Fuse/RelayLocation||Fuse AmpRating||Power Distribution Box Description|
|1||7.5A *||Trailer Tow Left Stop/Turn Lamp|
|3||7.5A*||Trailer Tow Right Stop/Turn Lamp|
|4||20A*||Trailer Tow Backup Lamps, Trailer TowPark Lamps|
|5||20A*(Gasoline only)5A*(Diesel only)||Gasoline only-PCM, Fuel Pump RelayCoil, Mass Air Flow Sensor, Fuel InjectorsDiesel only-Dual Alternator A Field|
|6||10A*||Gasoline only-A/C (CASS)Diesel only-Single or Dual Alternator AField, Regulator|
|7||20A*(Gasoline only)5A*(Diesel only)||Gasoline only-Vapor Management Valve,HEGO Sensors, Intake ManifoldCommunication Control, EVR Solenoid,PCM, Canister Vent SolenoidDiesel only-Dual Alternator A Field|
|8||15A*||Trailer Tow Electronic Brake Illumination,Park Lamps, Trailer Tow Park LampRelay Coil|
|9||10A*||Left Headlamp (Low Beam)|
|11||10A*||Right Headlamp (Low Beam)|
|12||15A*||Daytime Running Lamps (DRL) Resistor,Fog Lamps|
|13||30A**||Multi-function Switch, Headlamps|
|14||60A**||Anti-Lock Brake System|
|16||30A**||Trailer Tow Battery Charge|
|17||30A**||Electronic Shift On The Fly Relay,Transfer Case Shift Motor|
|18||30A**||Power Seat, Adjustable Pedals|
|19||20A**||Fuel Pump Motor, PCM|
|20||50A**||Ignition Switch (B4 & B5)|
|21||50A**||Ignition Switch (B1 & B3)|
|22||50A**||Junction Box Battery Feed|
|24||30A**(Gasoline only)20A**(Diesel only)||PCM Power|
|26||20A**||If equipped with Remote KeylessEntry-Driver Door Unlock Relay Coil, AllDoor Unlock Relay Coil, All Door Lock Relay Coil, Park Lamp Flash Relay, If not equipped with Remote Keyless Entry-Power Door Lock Motors|
|27||– (Gasoline only)30A**(Diesel only)||Gasoline only-Not UsedDiesel only-Injector Driver Module|
|28||30A**||Trailer Tow Electronic Brake Controller|
|30||—||PCM Power Relay|
|31||—||Blower Motor Relay|
|32||—||A/C CASS (Gasoline only), Injector DriverModule Power Relay (Diesel only)|
|33||—||Washer Pump Relay|
|34||—||Windshield Wiper Park/Run Relay|
|35||—||Windshield Wiper HI/LO Relay|
|36||—||A/C Clutch Diode|
|38||—||Trailer Tow Backup Lamp Relay|
|39||—||Trailer Tow Battery Charge Relay|
|40||—||Electronic Shift On The Fly Relay #1|
|41||—||Electronic Shift On The Fly Relay #2|
|* Mini Fuses ** Maxi Fuses ***Circuit Breaker|
2001 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.
You can access the fuses by removing the cover of the panel. To remove the panel cover, turn the fasteners on the panel counterclockwise.
When removing a fuse, make use of the fuse puller tool that is provided on the fuse panel cover.
|Fuse/Relay Location||Fuse Amp Rating||Passenger Compartment Fuse Panel Description|
|3||20A||Cigar Lighter, Data Link Connector|
|4||10A||Glove Box Lamp, Map Lamps, PowerMirrors, Underhood Lamp|
|7||5A||Power Window/Lock Switch Illumination|
|8||5A||Radio, Headlamp Switch Illumination|
|10||15A||Dual Fuel Tanks|
|11||30A||Auxiliary Powertrain Control Module(APCM) (Diesel only), Instrument Cluster, GEM Module, Overdrive Cancel Switch,Idle Validation Switch (Diesel only), Overhead Console, Diesel PCM via Clutch|
|13||20A||Stop Lamps, Center High-mount StopLamp, Trailer Tow Stop Lamp, SpeedControl|
|14||10A||Dome Lamp, Cargo Lamp, CourtesyLamps, Running Board Lamps|
|15||5A||A/C Clutch, Blend Door Actuator, TrailerTow Battery Charge Relay Coil, FourWheel Anti-Lock Brake System (4WABS), Turn Signal|
|16||15A||Instrument Cluster, Hi-beam Headlamps|
|19||10A||Wiper Motor, Wiper Run/Park Relay Coil, Wiper Hi/LO Relay Coil, Washer PumpRelay Coil|
|20||15A||Starter Motor Relay Coil, Clutch Switch|
|22||10A||Passenger Air Bag Activation/DeactivationSwitch, Blower Motor Relay Coil|
|23||10A||Air Bag Module|
|24||10A||Stop Lamp Switch (Logic): GenericElectronic Module (GEM), powertrain control Module (PCM), Four WheelAnti-lock Brake System (4WABS) Module, Brake Shift Interlock, Cluster, and PCMKeep Alive Memory|
|27||10A||Ignition Run Power Feed (CustomerAccess)|
|28||15A||PCM Relay Coil, Ignition Coil (Gasoline only), Fuel Heater (Diesel only), Wastegate Solenoid (Diesel only), InjectorDriver Module Relay Coil (Diesel only)|
|29||5A||Instrument Cluster (Charge and AirbagWarning Lamps)|
|30||30A||Auxiliary Powertrain Control Module(APCM) (Diesel only), Instrument Cluster, GEM Module, Overdrive Cancel Switch, Idle Validation Switch (Diesel only), Overhead Console, Diesel PCM via Clutch|
|31||5A||Fog Lamp Switch|
|Relay 1||—||Interior Lamp Relay|
|Relay 2||—||Not Used|
|Relay 4||—||Power Window One Touch Down Relay|
|Relay 5||—||Accessory Delay Relay|
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