2010 Ford F150 Fuse Box Diagram

In this article, learn more about the 2010 Ford F150 fuse box diagram, its location, and function.

The fuse box is responsible for protecting the electrical circuits from overloading and damage. This quick reference guide is not intended to replace your vehicle Owner’s Manual which contains more detailed information concerning the features of your vehicle, as well as important safety warnings designed to help reduce the risk of injury to you and your passengers. 

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.

2010 Ford F150 Power Distribution Box Diagram

The power distribution box is located in the engine compartment. It has high-current fuses that protect your vehicle’s main electrical systems from overloads. If you disconnect and reconnect the battery, you will need to reset some features. The high-current fuses are coded as follows:


(*Mini fuses / **Cartridge fuses)

Fuse or relay number  Fuse amp rating  Protected Circuits
1  – Powertrain control module (PCM)
power relay 
2  –  Starter relay
3  –  Blower motor relay 
4  – Rear window defroster  
5  –  Electric fan relay (high speed)  
6  –  Trailer tow park lamp relay
7  –  Upfitter 1 relay 
8  –  Fuel pump  
9  –  Trailer tow battery charger  
10  – Upfitter 2 relay
11  30A** Power running board motors  
12  40A**  Electric fan
13 30A**Starter relay power
14  30A**Passenger power seat 
15  40A* *Electric fan
16  –  Not Used  
17  30A**  Trailer brake control  
18  30A** Upfitter 1
19  30A**  Upfitter 2  
20  20A**  4×4 module (ESOF)  
21  30A* * Trailer tow battery charge   
22  20A** Cigar lighter  
23  –  Air conditioner clutch relay
24  – Upfitter 4 relay
25  –  Heated mirror relay  
26  10A* PCM – keep alive power, Canister
vent solenoid, Transmission, PCM
27  20A*  Fuel pump relay   
28  10A*  Upfitter 4  
29  10A*  4×4 integrated wheel end solenoid  
30  10A* Air conditioner clutch relay power  
31  15A*  Trailer tow park lamp relay 
32  40A** Heated backlite
33  –  Not Used  
34  40A**Powertrain control module relay power
35  –  Not Used  
36  30A**  Roll stability control module (RSC)  
37  –  Trailer tow left hand stop/turn relay  
38  –  Trailer tow right-hand stop/turn relay  
39  –  Backup lamp relay power  
40  –  Electric fan relay
41  15A* Heated Mirror  
42  – Not Used  
43  20A*  Backup lamp relay
44  15A*  Upfitter 3
45  20A*  Trailer tow stop turn relay feed
46  15A*Brake on/off (BOO) switch
47  60A** Roll stability control module (RSC)
48  –  Not Used  
49  30A**  Wiper relay power  
50  –  Not used  
51  40A**  Blower motor relay power  
52  –  Not used
53  5A*  PCM, 6R80 transmission
54  5A*  4×4 module, Back up lamp, RSC,
Trailer tow battery charge relay 
55  5A* Electronic compass mirror (6R
transmission only)  
56  –  Not Used 
57  –  Not used  
58  15A*  Trailer tow backup lamps  
59  –  Not used  
60  –  One-touch Start diode  
61  –  Fuel pump diode  
62  –  Upfitter 3 relay
63  25A**  Electric fan relay power  
64  30A** Amplifier  
65   20A**  Auxiliary power point (instrument panel)  
66  20A**  Auxiliary power point (inside center console)  
67  –  Not Used  
68  20A**  4×4 module  
69  30A**  Passenger heated/cooled seats
70  –  Not used  
71  –  Not used   
72  20A**  Auxiliary power point (rear)  
73  –  Not Used  
74  30A**  Driver power seat
75  15A*Powertrain control module – voltage power 1
76  20A*  Voltage power 2, Voltage – battery
voltage, Mass air flow/Intake air
temp, CMS 12 and 22 with 6R80
transmission, Brake on/off switch
77  10A* Voltage power 3, Electric fan clutch,
A/C clutch relay coil, Floor shifter
(4–speed transmission)
7815A*Ignition coils, Voltage power 4
79  10A* CMS 4–speed transmission, 12 and
22 with 4–speed transmission  
80  5A*Steering wheel illumination
81  –  Not used  
82  10A*  Trailer brake control module
(TBCM), After market center high
mounted stop lamp (CHMSL) 
83  –  Not used  
84  –  Not used  
85  –  Electric fan relay (low speed)  

2010 Ford F150 Passenger Compartment Fuse Panel

The fuse panel is on the right-hand side of the passenger footwell behind a trim panel. To remove the fuse panel cover, press the tabs on both sides of the cover, and then pull it off. To reinstall the fuse panel cover, place the top part of the cover on the fuse panel and push the bottom part until it latches. Gently pull on the cover to make sure it has latched properly.

Fuse or relay number  Fuse amp rating  Protected Circuits
1  30A  Moon roof
2  15A  Not used (spare) 
3  15A  Not used (spare)
4  30A  Not used (spare) 
5  10A  Keypad illumination, Brake Shift
Interlock (BSI), SJB microprocessor
6  20A  Turn signals, Stop lamps 
7  10A  Low beam headlamps (left)  
8  10A  Low beam headlamps (right)  
9  15A  Interior courtesy lights, Cargo lamps  
10  15A  Backlighting, Puddle lamps  
11  10A  GPS module
12  7.5A  Power mirror switch, Memory seat
module microprocessor power,
Steering column switch 
13  5A  SYNC  
14  10A  Ambient lighting module  
15  10A  Climate control
16  15A  Ignition switch feed 
17  20A  All lock motor feeds  
18  20A  Driver memory seat switch  
19  25A  Not used (spare)
20  15A  Adjustable pedals, Datalink
21  15A  Fog lamps, Fog lamp indicator
22  15A  Park lamps, Side marker lamps  
23  15A  High beam headlamps
24  20A  Horn
25  10A  Interior demand lamps, Mid box
power feed  
26  10A  Instrument panel cluster, Key out
inhibit solenoid, Radio info display
(CID), Radio buttons, Key-in chime 
27  20A  Not used   
28  5A  Radio muting  
29  5A  Instrument panel cluster 
30  5A  Passenger airbag disable indicator 
31  10A  Passenger airbag disabled indicator 
32  10A  Non-integrated compass module,
Heated-only seat module
33  10A  Trailer brake controller  
34  5A  Electronic locking differential
35  10A  Reverse sensing system  
36  5A  Passive anti-theft system transceiver
37  10A  Upfitter relay coils
38  20A  Subwoofer
39  20A  Radio, Navigation display
40  20A  Auto-dimming rearview mirror, Door
lock switch illumination, Radio
accessory delay  
41  15A  Auto-dimming rear view mirror, Door
lock switch illumination, Radio
accessory delay  
42  10A  Not used (spare)
43  10A  Heated mirror/backlight relay, Rain
sensor, Reverse camera 
44  10A  Not used (spare)  
45  5A  Front wiper logic, Blower motor
46  7.5A  Occupant classification sensor (OCS)  
47  30A Circuit
Power windows, Moon roof, Power
sliding backlight 
48  15A Delayed accessory relay (Feeds fuse
41 and circuit breaker 47) 

2010 Ford F150 Standard Fuse Amperage Rating and Color

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