2002 Ford F250 Fuse Box Diagram

Understanding the fuse box diagram is crucial in troubleshooting these issues, as it serves as a roadmap to the electrical system of your F250.

This article will give you a detailed breakdown of the 2002 Ford F250 fuse box diagram. We’ll explain what each fuse and relay are for, and show you where they are located in the fuse boxes.

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!

Do this before changing fuses

Standard fuse amperage rating and color

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2002 Ford F250 Fuse Box Diagram

Passenger Compartment Fuse Panel/Power Distribution Box


The fuse panel, positioned below and to the left of the steering wheel, near the brake pedal, grants access to the fuses. To reach the fuses, you must remove the cover of the panel.

To remove the cover, just turn the panel fasteners counterclockwise. You’ll find the fuse panel cover below and to the left of the steering wheel, alongside the brake pedal.

Once the panel cover is off, you’ll have full access to the fuses. Simply turn the panel fasteners counterclockwise to detach the fuse panel cover.

Fuse/Relay LocationFuse Amp RatingPassenger Compartment Fuse Panel Description
115A*Adjustable pedals
2Not used
3Not used
420A*Power point – instrument panel
5Not used
620A*Trailer tow turn/stop relay
730A*High beam headlamps/Flash to pass
8Not used
9Not used
1010A*A/C clutch
1120A*Radio (main)
1220A*Cigar lighter / OBD II
135A*Power mirrors/switches
1415A*Daytime running lamps (DRL)
15Not used
16Not used
1715A*Exterior lamps
1820A*Turn lamps/Brake on-off switch (high)
1910A*Body security module/4×4 module
20Not used
21Not used
2220A*Engine control
2320A*Engine control (gasoline engine only)
2415A*Not used (spare)
2510A*4-Wheel Anti-lock Brake System (4WABS) module
2610A*Air bags
2715A*Ignition switch Run feed
2810A*EATC module/Front blower relay coil
2910A*Customer access
3015A*Highbeam headlamps
3115A*Clutch interlock switch (manual transmissions only), Transmission range sensor (automatic transmissions only) then to starter relay coil (all transmissions)
325A*Radio (start)
3315A*Front wiper
3410A*Brake on-off switch
3510A*Instrument cluster
3610A*PCM Keep-Alive
3820A*Trailer tow park lamps and backup lamps
39Not used
4020A*Fuel pump
4110A*Instrument cluster
4215A*Delayed accessory
4310A*Fog lamps
44Not used
4510A*Ignition switch Run/Start feed
4610A*Left-hand lowbeam
4710A*Right-hand lowbeam
48Not used
10130A**Trailer tow electric brake
10230A**Door locks/Body security module
10350A**Ignition switch
104Not used
10530A**Injector driver module (Diesel engine only)
10630A**Front wiper main
10740A**Front blower motor
108Not used
10930A**Heated seats
11050A**Ignition switch
11130A**4WD/Shift on the fly
11230A**Left-hand power seats
11330A**Starter motor
11430A**Right-hand power seats
11520A**Trailer tow battery charge
11630A**Ignition switch
60130A CB***Door window motors
60260A**4WABS module
210Not used
211Not used
212Not used
301Front blower motor relay
302Powertrain (EEC) relay
303Injector driver module relay (Diesel engine only)
304Not used
305Trailer tow battery charge relay
306Delayed accessory relay
307Starter relay
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Tom Smith is a passionate car mechanic and automotive enthusiast, specializing in the intricate world of car fuse boxes. With years of hands-on experience under the hood, he has earned a reputation as a reliable expert in his field. As the founder and content creator of the popular blog website 'carsfuse.com,' Tom has dedicated himself to sharing his extensive knowledge of car fuse boxes and electrical systems with the world.

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