2010 Ford F350 Fuse Box Diagram

In this technical article, we will explore the significance of this essential diagram, unraveling its mysteries and empowering you with the knowledge needed to master your vehicle’s electrical domain.

If you find that certain electrical components in your vehicle are not functioning, there is a possibility that a fuse has blown. Blown fuses can be easily identified by inspecting the fuse itself for a broken wire.

Before considering the replacement of any electrical components, it is important to check the corresponding fuses to determine if they need to be replaced. By examining the fuses first, you can avoid unnecessary expenses and potentially resolve the issue by simply replacing the blown fuse.

Standard fuse amperage rating and color

Fuse ratingMini fusesStandard fusesMaxi fusesCartridge maxi fusesFuse link cartridge

2010 Ford F350 Fuse Box Diagram (Power Distribution Box)

The power distribution box, located in the engine compartment, serves as a crucial central hub for high-current fuses that act as protectors for your vehicle’s primary electrical systems. These fuses play a critical role in ensuring the safe operation of electrical components by safeguarding them from overloads.

If you have recently disconnected and reconnected the battery, it is advisable to consult the Maintenance chapter of the Owner’s Manual for detailed instructions on replacing the vehicle’s battery.

Know the steps to open the hood of the 2010 Ford F350

Here are the steps to open the hood:

  1. Inside the vehicle, pull the hood release handle located under the bottom left corner of the instrument
  2. Go to the front of the vehicle and release the auxiliary latch located below the passenger side of the
    grille, next to the headlamp. Slide the handle to release the auxiliary latch.
  3. Lift the hood until the lift cylinders hold it open.
Fuse/RelayLocationFuse AmpRatingProtected Circuits
1RelayBlower motor/Variable blower control (Dual zone climate control)
2RelayElectronic shift-on-the-fly (ESOF)Lo-Hi
3RelayHeater mirror
4Not used
530A*Trailer brake controller (TBC)
640A*Anti-lock brake system (ABS) module(Pump)
730A*Upfitter auxiliary switch #1
830A*Upfitter auxiliary switch #2
940A*ABS module (Coil)
1020A*Instrument panel power point/cigar lighter
1120A*Instrument panel power point
1215A**Brake on/off (BOO) relay feed
135A**Brake switch, Brake switch relay coil,SJB module, 4×4 module
14Not used
15Not used
16RelayA/C clutch
18RelayFuel pump driver module (FPDM), Fuel injectors (Gasoline engines), Diesel fuel control module (DFCM) (Diesel engine)
19RelayBack-up lamps, Reverse sensing system (RSS), Engine compartment fuse 63
20RelayTrailer stop/turn (Left)
21RelayTrailer stop/turn (Right)
22RelayStop lamps, Center high-mounted stop lamp (CHMSL), TBC, Customer access
2315A**Heater mirror, Heated spotted mirror
2440A*Blower motor relay
25Not used
2630A*ESOF relay lo-hi
2750A*Glow plug control module (GPCM) #1(Diesel engine only)
2820A*Heated mirror relay
2930A*Passenger power seat
3010A**A/C clutch relay
3115A**Power fold mirror relay
3220A**Fuel pump relay
3320A**Back-up lamp relay
3425A**Trailer stop/turn relay
355A**ESOF relay coils
3610A**Brake switch, Brake switch relay coil, SJB module, 4×4 module
3710A**Transmission control module (TCM)(Diesel engine only)
38Not used
3950A*ECM power (Diesel engine)
4030A*Starter relay
4120A*Power point (Center console – front)
4230A*Trailer park lamp relay
4320A*Power point (Center console – rear)
4430A*Trailer battery charge relay
4530A*Driver power seat or memory module,Air ride seats
4640A*Run/Start relay
4750A*GPCM #2 (Diesel engine only)
4830A*ESOF relay hi-lo
4930A*Wiper motor
5030A*PCM relay coil, PCM relay (Gasoline engines only)
51Not used
52Not used
53RelayPCM power bus (Fuses 68, 70, 72, 74,76) (Diesel engine only)
54RelayStarter solenoid
55RelayTrailer tow park lamps
56RelayTrailer tow battery charge
57RelayPower Distribution Box (PDB) bus(fuses 67, 69, 71, 73, 75, 77)
SJB Run /Start bus (Fuses 29–37, 46)
58RelayESOF hi-lo
59RelayPCM power bus (Fuses 68, 70, 72, 74,76) (Gasoline engines only)
60DiodeOne-touch start (OTIS)
61DiodeA/C clutch
62DiodeFuel pump
6315A**Trailer tow back-up lamps
645A**Mirror marker lamps
65Not used
66Not used
67Not used
68Not used
69Not used
7010A**Gasoline engines: A/C clutch relay coil, Refrigerant containment switch,Heated PCV
Diesel engine: A/C clutch relay coil, Clutch switch, Fuel pump cooler, A/C cycle pressure switch
715A**Fuel pump relay diode, PCM/ECMRun/Start power
7215A**Gasoline engines: Ignition coils
Diesel engine: Engine TCM
732A**Reverse Camera System (RCS)
7420A**Gasoline engines: Vehicle power (VPWR): Heated exhaust gas oxygen sensor, CMS, Mass air flow sensor, Electronic vapor management valve,CMCV, Variable cam timing, IMTV
Diesel engine: VPWR: Engine loads
755A**Back-up relay coil power
7620A**Gasoline engines: VPWR: PCM
Diesel engine: VPWR: ECM
7710A**ABS module logic
* Cartridge fuses ** Mini fuses 

2010 Ford F350 Passenger Compartment Fuse Panel Diagram

The Passenger Compartment Fuse Panel in the 2011 Ford F350 is conveniently located in the passenger’s footwell. It houses the fuses controlling various electrical systems in the vehicle.

To access the fuses, simply remove the panel cover by gently pulling it toward you. The clips will disengage, allowing the panel to open smoothly.

For removing a fuse, use the provided fuse puller tool on the fuse panel cover. This tool is designed to make the extraction of fuses easy, ensuring a hassle-free experience when replacing or inspecting them.

Fuse/RelayLocationFuse AmpRatingProtected Circuits
130ANot used (spare)
215ANot used (spare)
315AFamily entertainment system (FES)
430ANot used (spare)
510AKeypad illumination, Brake-shift interlock (BSI), SPBJB
620ATurn signals
710ALeft headlamp (Low beam)
810ARight headlamp (Low beam)
915AInterior lighting, Lighted running boards
1015ACargo lamp, Puddle lamp, Switch backlight
1110ANot used (spare)
127.5APower mirror switch, Driver power seat (Memory)
135ANot used (spare)
1410AUpfitter relay #3 feed
1510AClimate control head
1615AUpfitter relay #4 Feed
1720AAll lock motor feeds
1820AHeated seat relay feed
1925ANot used (spare)
2015AAdjustable pedals, Datalink
2115AFog lamp relay feed, Cornering lamps
2215APark lamp relay feed
2315AHigh beam headlight relay feed
2420AHorn relay feed
2510APower telescoping mirror switch, Demand lamps – underhood and illuminated visor (battery saver)
2720AIgnition switch feed, Passenger compartment fuses 28, 42, 43, 44, and 45, Engine compartment starter relay coil #57 (Diesel engine), Accessory shutoff control module (if equipped) (Diesel engine), Engine compartment starter relay diode (gasoline engines)
295ANot used (spare)
305ANot used (spare)
3110ANot used (spare)
3210ARestraints control module (RCM), Passenger airbag deactivation indicator
3310ATrailer tow brake controller, Trailer tow battery charge relay coil
345ANot used (spare)
3510AReverse sensing system (RSS), 4×4 module, 4×4 solenoid, Traction control switch, Tow/Haul switch (Diesel engine)
365APassive anti-theft system (PATS) transceiver, Cluster control
3710AClimate control, PTC control
3920ARadio, Navigation radio and amplifier
4020A4×4 module, Satellite radio module,SYNC, GPS
4115ARadio, Auto dimming rear view mirror,Lock switch illumination
4210AHeated seat relay coil, Upfitter switch relay coils, Heated mirror relay coil
4310AFuel tank selector switch, 4×4 module
4410ARun customer access feed (PTO)
455AFront wiper logic, Blower motor relay coil
467.5ANot used (spare)
4730A CircuitBreakerPower windows, Moon roof, Power rear sliding window
48RelayDelayed accessory
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