2010-2015 Chevrolet Spark (M300) fuse box diagram

The third-generation Spark (EU version), known as the M300. If you own a 2010-2015 Chevrolet Spark, you can find detailed fuse box diagrams here. These diagrams provide essential information about the locations of the fuse panels within the car, as well as the specific assignments for each fuse and relay. Whether you need to identify a fuse related to a specific function or troubleshoot an electrical issue, this guide will help you navigate the fuse layout of your Chevrolet Spark.

Cigar lighter (power outlet) fuse in the Chevrolet Spark (EU version) is the fuse No.21 in the Instrument panel fuse box.

Engine Compartment

1Windshield Washer
2Rear Window Washer Relay
3Windshield Washer Relay
4Horn Relay
5Fan High Relay
6Fan Low Relay
7Antilock Brake System 1
9Not Used
10Not Used
11Spare Fuse
12Fan High
13Front Fog
14Headlamp High Left
15Headlamp High Right
16Fan Low
17Antilock Brake System 2
18Transmission Control Module
19Spare Fuse
20Front Fog Relay
21Headlamp High Relay
22Fuel Pump Relay
23Transmission Control Module Relay
24Spare Fuse
25Antilock Brake System 3
28Fuel Pump
29Front Wiper
30Front Wiper Control Relay
31Spare Fuse
34EMIS 1
35Not Used
36Not Used
37Front Wiper Speed Relay
38Not Used
39Start Relay
40Engine Relay
41Run/Crank Relay
42Interior Electrical Center
43Not Used
44Air Conditioning Relay
45Air Conditioning
48Low Vacuum Switch
49Automatic Occupant Sensing
50Mirror Heater
51Rear Defog
52Fuse Puller
53Transmission Control Module Relay Coil
54Voltage Sensing
55Rear Wiper
56Rear Wiper Relay
57Rear Defog Relay

Auxiliary Fuse Block

EVP RELAYElectric Vacuum Pump Relay
EVP MTRElectric Vacuum Pump Motor

Instrument Panel

1Not Used
2Not Used
3Heater, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning Switch
4Heated Seat
5Not Used
7Body Control Module 4
8Body Control Module 5
9Body Control Module 7
10Instrument Cluster
11Not Used
12Air Bag Power
14Switch Backlighting
15Rear Parking Assist
16Body Control Module 1
17Body Control Module 2
18Body Control Module 3
19Body Control Module 6
20Body Control Module 8
21Heater, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning
22Data Link Connector
23Discrete Logic Ignition Sensor
24Outside Rearview Mirror
25Spare Fuse
26Not Used
27Not Used
28Instrument Cluster
29Air Bag Ignition
30Rear Window
31Front Window
32Lighter/Auxiliary Power Outlet
33Not Used
34Run Relay
35Logic Mode Relay
36Accessory/ Retained Accessory Power Relay
37Not Used
39Heater, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning
41Spare Fuse
42Spare Fuse
43Spare Fuse
44Sparc Fuse
45Spare Fuse
46Spare Fuse
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