2005-2018 Hyundai H-100 Truck / Porter II fuse box diagram

The Hyundai H-100’s fourth generation was manufactured from 2005 to 2018. On this page, you can access fuse box diagrams for the 2010, 2011, and 2012 models. You’ll find details on where the fuse panels are located within the car and learn about the function of each fuse and relay.

Cigar lighter (power outlet) fuse in the Hyundai H-100 Truck / Porter II is located in the Instrument panel fuse box (see fuse “C/LIGHT”).

Engine compartment

GLOW80AGlow relay
IGN50AStart relay, Ignition switch
ECU20AEngine control relay
BATT50AI/P Fuse box (A/Con, Hazard, DR Lock), Power connector
LAMP40AP/WDW fusible link, Front Fog fuse, Tail lamp relay
COND30ACondenser fan relay
ABS230ANot used
PTC140ANot used
ABS130ANot used
PTC240ANot used
BLWR30ABlower relay
PTC340ANot used
FFHS30ANot used
STOP10AStop lamp switch
HORN10AHorn relay
A/CON10AA/Con relay
TCU10ANot used
ECU115ANot used
ECU210ANot used

Passenger compartment

P/WINDOW (FUSIBLE LINK)30APower window relay
START10AStart relay, Glow control module, ECM
FRT FOG10AFront fog lamp relay
H/LP LH10ALeft head lamp, Instrument cluster
H/LP RH10ARight head lamp
IGN 210AHeater control switch, ETACM, Head lamp leveling switch, Blower relay
WIPER20AWiper motor, Multi-function switch
RR FOG10ARear fog lamp relay
C/LIGHT15ACigarette lighter
P/OUT15ANot used
RR P/WDW25APower window switch
PTO10ANot used
TAIL RH10ARight position lamp, Right rear combination lamp, License plate lamp
THIL LH10ALeft position lamp, Left rear combination lamp
ABS10ANot used
CLUSTER10AInstrument cluster, Generator resister
T/SIG10AHazard switch, Back-up lamp switch
IGN COIL10AEGR solenoid valve #1, #2 (2.5 TCI), Glow control module (2.6 N/A), Fuel water sensor, Neutral switch
O/S MIRR FOLD’G10ANot used
PTC HTR10AHeater control switch
HTD GLASS15ARear window defroster switch
HAZARD15AHazard switch
DR LOCK15AETACM, Left front door lock actuator
ROOM LP15ARoom lamp, Door warning switch, Audio, ETACM
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