Exploring the 2009 Ford Expedition Fuse Box Diagram

In this article, with an in-depth exploration of the 2009 Ford Expedition fuse box diagram, offer a comprehensive guide that will empower owners and enthusiasts alike to unravel the enigmatic world of the vehicle’s electrical components. We’ll unravel the complexities and demystify the purpose of each fuse, enabling you to navigate your electrical system with confidence and ease.

When it comes to understanding the electrical system of your vehicle, having access to a clear and detailed fuse box diagram is crucial. The fuse box is responsible for protecting various electrical components in your 2009 Ford Expedition, ensuring their safe operation and preventing any potential damages or malfunctions.

Note: All information contained in this Quick Reference Guide was accurate at the time of duplication. For detailed operating and safety information, please consult your Owner’s Manual.

The subsequent detailed charts offer valuable insights into the individual fuses or circuit breakers that safeguard each electrical component in your car. Adhering to these guidelines will promote the optimal performance of your vehicle’s electrical system. It is important to emphasize that in the event of a blown fuse or an open circuit breaker, all the components connected to that specific circuit will cease to function.

2009 Ford Expedition Power distribution box

The power distribution box, which houses high-current fuses, is situated in the engine compartment of your vehicle. These fuses play a crucial role in safeguarding the main electrical systems from overloads, ensuring their proper functioning. The high-current fuses within the power distribution box are coded using a specific system.

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.

With the coding system, you can effectively troubleshoot and address any issues related to the high-current fuses within the power distribution box. This knowledge will enable you to protect the main electrical systems of your vehicle from potential overloads and maintain their optimal performance. The high-current fuses are coded as follows:

* Mini Fuses/ ** Cartridge Fuses
Fuse/RelayLocationFuse AmpRatingProtected Circuits
1Powertrain Control Module power relay
2Starter relay
3Not used
4Trailer tow relay
5Fuel pump relay
6Trailer tow park lamp relay
7Heated backlite/Mirror relay
8Not used
9Run/Start (R/S) relay
10Rear air suspension (RAS) relay
1140A**Power running board motors
1240A**Run/Start relay
1330A **Starter relay
14Not used
15Not used
16Not used
17Not used
1830A**Trailer brake
1960A**Rear air suspension relay feed
2020A**4×4 module
2130A**Trailer tow battery charge
2230A**Passenger power seat
23A/C clutch relay
24Not used
25Not used
2615A*Transmission Control Module (TCM) power
2825A*Trailer tow park lamp relay feed
2920A*Back up lamps, Integrated wheel end solenoid
3010A*A/C clutch
31Not used
3240A**Blower motor relay feed
33Not used
3430A**Auxiliary blower motor
3530A**Powertrain Control Module (PCM) relay
3630A**Power liftgate
37Trailer tow left-hand stop/turn relay
38Trailer tow right-hand stop/turn relay
39Backup lamps relay
40Blower motor relay
4110A*TCM/PCM keep alive power
42Not used
4315A*Brake on/off switch
4420A*Fuel pump relay
4525A*Trailer tow stop turn relay feed
46Not used
47Not used
4830A**Rear air suspension module
49Not used
5030A**Front wiper motor
5140A**Heated backlite/mirror relay
5210A*Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) R/S feed
5310A*Rear air suspension module R/S feed
545A*TCM R/S power
555A*Fuel pump relay R/S feed
5630A*SPJB R/S feed
5710A*Blower motor R/S feed
5815A*Trailer tow backup lamps
5915A*Heated mirrors
60One-touch Start diode
61Fuel pump diode
62Not used
63Not used
6430A**Moon roof
6520A**Auxiliary power point
6620A**Auxiliary power point
6740A**Climate controlled seats
6860A**ABS valves
6960A**ABS pump
7040A**Left-hand and right-hand third-row power fold seat
7120A**Auxiliary power point
7220A**Auxiliary power point
73Not used
7430A**Driver power seat/DSM
7520A*PCM – voltage power 1
7620A*PCM – voltage power 2
7715A*Voltage power 4, Ignition coils
78Not used
7920A*PCM – voltage power 3
80Not used
81Not used
82Not used
83Not used
84Not used
85Wiper motor relay

2009 Ford Expedition Passenger compartment fuse panel

The passenger compartment fuse panel is conveniently located inside your vehicle on the right-hand side of the passenger footwell, concealed behind a trim panel. This accessibility allows you to inspect and replace fuses as required, ensuring the smooth operation of your vehicle’s electrical systems. 

Fuse/RelayLocationFuse AmpRatingProtected Circuits
130ASmart window #1
215ADriver-side memory module
315AFES, Audio rear seat controls, SDARS, SYNC
430ASmart window #2
510AKeypad illumination, 3rd-row seat enable, Brake Shift Interlock (BSI), SPDJB
620ATurn signals
710ALow beam headlamps (left)
810ALow beam headlamps (right)
915AInterior lights
1015ABacklighting, Puddle lamps
1110ANot used (spare)
127.5APower mirror switch, Driver seat memory switch
135ANot used (Spare)
1410APower liftgate module – keep-alive power
1510AClimate control
1615ANot used (Spare)
1720AAll lock motor feeds, Liftgate release, Liftglass release
1820ASecond-row heated seats
1925ARear wiper
2015AAdjustable pedals, Datalink
2115AFog lamps, Cornering lamps
2215APark lamps relay
2315AHigh beam headlamps
2420AHorn relay
2510ADemand lamps, Glovebox, Visor
2610AInstrument panel cluster
2720AIgnition switch
295AInstrument panel cluster
305ANot used (Spare)
3110ANot used (Spare)
3210ARestraints control module
3310ANot used (Spare)
345ANot used (Spare)
3510ARear park assist, 4×4, rear video camera
365APATS transceiver
3710AClimate control
3820ASubwoofer/Amp (Audiophile radio)
4020ANavigation system amplifier
4115APower windows, Power vents, Power moon roof, Auto dimming rear view mirror
4210ANot used (Spare)
4310ARear wiper logic, Rain sensor
4410ATrailer tow battery charge relay coil
455AFront wiper logic
467.5AClimate control, Auxiliary relay control
4730A CircuitBreakerPower windows, Moon roof
48Delayed accessory relay

Standard fuse amperage rating and color

Fuse ratingMini fusesStandard fusesMaxi fusesCartridge maxi fusesFuse link cartridge
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Understanding the 2009 Ford Expedition fuse box diagram is crucial for any owner or mechanic working on this powerful and reliable truck. It serves as a roadmap to the electrical system, allowing for quick identification and troubleshooting of any fuse-related issues.

By referring to this diagram, you can save time, effort, and potentially costly repairs by pinpointing the exact fuse responsible for a malfunctioning component. However, it’s important to note that while the fuse box diagram provides valuable information, there may be situations where seeking help from experts becomes necessary.

If you encounter complex electrical problems or feel unsure about handling certain repairs, it is always advisable to consult a qualified technician or seek assistance from a Ford dealership. They possess the knowledge, experience, and specialized tools to tackle intricate electrical issues effectively and ensure the safety and optimal performance of your vehicle.

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