2005-2006 Honda Accord Hybrid fuse box diagram

From 2005 to 2007, Honda manufactured the seventh-generation Accord Hybrid. For these models, you can access diagrams of the fuse boxes specifically for the 2005 and 2006 Honda Accord Hybrid. These diagrams will show you where the fuse panels are located inside the car and provide details on which fuse serves which function. It’s helpful information for understanding the layout and purpose of each fuse in your vehicle.

Cigar lighter (power outlet) fuses in the Honda Accord Hybrid are the fuses #9 (Front Accessory Socket) and #34 (Rear Accessory Socket) in the Passenger compartment fuse box.

Engine compartment

Fuse NumberFuse Amps.Circuits Protected
110 ALeft Headlight Low
230 ARear Defroster Coil
310 ALeft Headlight Hi
415 ASmall Light
510 ARight Headlight Hi
610 ARight Headlight Low
77.5 ABack Up
920 ACondenser fan
10Not Used
1130 ACooling Fan
127.5 AMG. Clutch
1315 AHorn, Stop
1440 ARear Defroster
1540 ABack Up, ACC
1615 AHazard
1730 AVSA Motor
1840 AVSA
1940 AOption (Ignition Coil, DRL (Canada))
2040 AOption (Power Seats, Seat Heaters)
2140 AHeater Motor
22120 ABattery
2270 AEPS
2350 A+ B IG1 Main
2350 APower Window Main

Passenger compartment

Fuse NumberFuse Amps.Circuits Protected
115 ADrive by Wire
215 AIgnition Coil
310 ADay Light
415 ALaf Heater
510 ARadio
67.5 AInterior Light
710 ABack-Up Lights
820 ADoor Lock
920 AFront Accessory Socket
107.5 AOPDS
1130 AWiper
12Not Used
13Not Used
1420 ADriver’s Power Seat (Slide)
1520 AHeated Seat
1620 ADriver’s Power Seat (Recline)
17Not Used
1815 AACG
1915 AFuel Pump
2010 AWasher
217.5 AMeter
2210 ASRS
237.5 AIGP
2420 APower Window (Left Rear)
2520 APower Window (Right Rear)
2620 APower Window (Passenger)
2720 APower Window (Driver)
2820 AMoonroof
297.5 AHybrid A/C
307.5 AA/C
31Not Used
327.5 AACC
33Not Used
3420 ARear Accessory Socket
357.5 ASTS
3615 AACM
3710 AIMA
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