2005 Ford F150 Fuse Box Diagram

In this article, we’ll dive into the 2005 Ford F150 fuse box diagram. We’ll explain what each fuse does, making it simpler for you to understand how your vehicle’s electrical system works. Our goal is to give you the knowledge to tackle electrical issues with confidence, like a pro.

Note: If a fuse blows or a circuit breaker opens, all parts connected to that circuit will stop working. Taking the time to inspect and replace faulty fuses can save you from unnecessary repairs and potential hazards, ensuring the smooth operation of your vehicle's electrical components.


2005 Ford F150 Passenger compartment fuse panel/power distribution box

Note: In the event that you need to disconnect and reconnect the battery, it's important to note that certain features may require resetting. This step is necessary to restore their functionality.

* Mini fuses/ ** Cartridge fuses.
Fuse/RelayLocationFuse AmpRatingPassenger Compartment FusePanel Description
110A*Run/Accessory – Wipers, Instrument cluster, Audio for XL/STX
220A*Stop/Turn lamps, Brake on/off switch
35A*Power mirrors, Memory seats, and pedals
410A*DVD battery power, Power fold mirror
57.5A*Keep alive memory for Powertrain Control Module (PCM) and climate control module
615A*Parklamps, BSM, Instrument panel illumination
75A*Radio (start signal)
810A*Heated mirrors, Switch indicator
9Not used
1020A*Trailer tow back-up lamps relay(PCB1), Trailer tow park lamp relay(R201)
1110A*A/C clutch, 4×4 solenoid
12Not used
1310A*Climate control module power, Flasher relay
1410A*Back-up lamp and Daytime Running Lamps (DRL) relay coil, A/C pressure switch, Redundant speed control switch, Heated PCV (5.4L), Trailer tow back-up lamps relay coil, ABS, Reverse park aid, EC mirror
155A*Overdrive cancel, Cluster
1610A*Brake-shift interlock solenoid
1715A*Fog lamp relay (R202)
1810A*Run/Start feed – Overhead power point, Electrochromatic mirror, Heated seats, BSM, Compass, RSS(Reverse Sensing System)
1910A*Restraints (Airbag module)
2010A*Battery feed for overhead powerpoint
2115A*Cluster keep alive power
2210A*Delayed accessory power for audio, power door lock switch, and moonroof switch illumination
2310A*RH low beam headlamp
2415A*Battery saver power for demand lamps
2510A*LH low beam headlamp
2620A*Horn relay (PCB3), Horn power
275A*Passenger Airbag Deactivation (PAD) warning lamp, Cluster airbag warning lamp, Cluster RUN /START power
285A*SecuriLock transceiver (PATS)
2915A*PCM 4×4 power
3015A*PCM 4×4 power
3120A*Radio power
3215A*Vapor Management Valve (VMV), A/C clutch relay, Canister vent, Heated Exhaust Gas Oxygen (HEGO) sensors#11 and #21, CMCV, Mass Air Flow(MAF) sensor, VCT, Heated PositiveCrankcase Ventilation (PCV) valve (4.2L engine), CID sensor (4.2L engine)
3315A*Shift solenoid, CMS #12 and #22,4.6L/4.2L EGR
3420A*Fuel injectors and PCM power, Intake Manifold Runner Control (4.2L engine)
3520A*Instrument cluster high beam indicator, High beam headlamps
3610A*Trailer tow right turn/stop lamps
3720A*Rear power point
3825A*Subwoofer power
3920A*Instrument panel powerpoint
4020A*Low beam headlamps, DRL
4120A*Cigar lighter, Diagnostic connector power
4210A*Trailer tow left turn/stop lamps
10130A**Starter solenoid
10220A**Ignition switch feed
10320A**ABS valves
104Not used
10530A**Electric trailer brakes
10630A**Trailer tow battery charge
10730A**Power door locks (BSM)
10830A**Passenger power seat
10930A**Driver power seat, Adjustable pedals
110Not used
11130A**4×4 relays
11240A**ABS pump power
11330A**Wipers and washer pump
11440A**Heated backlite, Heated mirror power
115Not used
11630A**Blower motor
117Not used
11830A**Heated seats
40130A Circuit breakerPower windows, Moonroof, Power-sliding backlite
R01Full ISO relayStarter solenoid
R02Full ISO relayAccessory delay
R03Full ISO relayHi-beam headlamps
R04Full ISO relayHeated backlite
R05Full ISO relayTrailer tow battery charge
R06Full ISO relayBlower motor
R201Half ISO relayTrailer tow park lamps
R202Half ISO relayFog lamps
R203Half ISO relayPCM

2005 Ford F150 Auxiliary relay box

The relay box, which serves as a haven for electrical relays, is located within the vast engine compartment and is tucked away against the left fender. It is strategically positioned to act as the main control point for the complex network of electrical operations in your car. The relays each one has a special code that helps to explain how it works, and is coded as follows:

Fuse/RelayLocationFuse AmpRatingDescription
F035AClockspring illumination
R01Full ISORelay4×4 CCW
R02Full ISORelay4×4 CW
R0312 ISORelayDaytime Running Lamps (DRL) high beam disable
R202RelayA/C clutch
D01DiodeA/C clutch

2005 Ford F150 Standard fuse amperage rating and color

Fuse ratingMini fusesStandard fusesMaxi fusesCartridge maxi fusesFuse link cartridge
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