2011 Ford F150 Fuse Box Diagram

In this detailed article, we explore the nitty-gritty of the 2011 Ford F150 fuse box diagram, giving you a thorough guide to grasp your truck’s electrical system. Whether you’re a skilled mechanic or just curious, this info will give you the know-how to handle the fuse box and tackle electrical problems with confidence.

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.

2011 Ford F150 Power Distribution Box Diagram (Underhood)

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. This coding scheme helps identify and differentiate the various fuses.

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 fuse/ **Cartridge fuse
Spare fuse amperage may vary.
Fuse/Relay LocationFuse AmpRatingProtected Circuits
1Powertrain control module (PCM) relay (3.7L, 5.0L, and 6.2L engines)
2Starter relay
3Blower motor relay
4Rear window defroster relay
5Electric fan relay (high speed)
6Trailer tow (TT) park lamp relay
7Run/start relay
8Fuel pump relay
9TT Battery charger relay
10PCM relay (3.5L engine)
1130A**Power running board motors
1240A**Electric fan
50A**Electric fan (6.2L with max trailer tow, SVT Raptor)
1330A**Starter relay power
1430A**Passenger power seat
1540A**Electric fan
50A**Electric fan (6.2L with max trailer tow, SVT Raptor)
16Not used
1730A**Trailer brake control
1830A**Upfitter 1 (SVT Raptor)
1930A**Upfitter 2 (SVT Raptor)
2020A**4×4 module (electronic shift)
2130A**TT battery charge relay power
2220A**Cigar lighter
23A/C clutch relay
24Not used
25Vacuum pump relay (3.5L engine)
2610A*PCM – keep alive power, PCM relay coil, canister vent solenoid (3.7L, 5.0L, and 6.2L engines)
2720A*Fuel pump relay power
2810A*Upfitter 4 (SVT Raptor)
2910A*4×4 IWE solenoid
3010A*A/C clutch
3115A*Run/start relay power
3240A**Rear window defroster relay power
3340A**110V AC PowerPoint
3440A**PCM relay power (3.7L, 5.0L and6.2L engines)
50A**PCM relay power (3.5L engine)
35Not used
3630A**Roll stability control(RSC)/Anti-lock brake system(ABS)
37TT left stop/turn relay
38TT right stop/turn relay
39TT backup lamps relay
40Electric fan relay
41Not used
425A*Run/start coil
4315A*TT backup lamp relay power
4415A*Upfitter 3 (SVT Raptor)
4510A*Alternator sensor (non-6.2L engines)
4610A*Brake on/off (BOO) switch
4760A**RSC/ABS module
4820A**Moon roof
50Not used
5140A**Blower motor relay power
525A*Run/start – Electronic power assist steering, Blower relay coil
535A*Run/start – PCM
545A*Run/start – 4×4 module, Backup lamps, RSC/ABS, TT battery charge relay coil, Rear window defroster relay coil
55Not used
5615A*Heated mirrors
57Not used
58Not used
59Not used
60Not used
61Not used
62Wiper motor relay
6325A**Electric fan
6440A**Vacuum pump relay power (3.5L engine)
6520A**Auxiliary power point (instrument panel)
6620A**Auxiliary power point (inside center console)
6720A**TT park lamps relay power
6825A**4×4 module
6930A**Passenger heated/cooled seats
70Not used
7120A**Heated rear seats
7220A**Auxiliary power point (Rear)
7320A**TT stop/turn lamps relay power
7430A**Driver power seat/memory module
7515A*PCM – voltage power 1 (3.7L, 5.0L, 6.2L engines PCM module)
25A*PCM – voltage power 1 (3.5L engine PCM module)
7620A*PCM – Voltage power 2 (General powertrain components, Mass air flow/Intake air temp sensor) (3.7L, 5.0L, 6.2L engines)
20A*PCM – Voltage power 2 (General powertrain components, Canister vent solenoid) (3.5L engine)
7710A*PCM – Voltage power 3 (Emission-related powertrain components, Electric fan relays coil)
7815A*PCM – Voltage power 4 – Ignition coils (3.5L, 3.7L, 5.0L engines)
20A*PCM – Voltage power 4 – Ignition coils (6.2L engine)
795A*Rain sensor
80Not used
81Not used
82Not used
83Not used
84Not used
85Electric fan relay (low speed)

2011 Ford F150 Passenger Compartment Fuse Panel

Fuse/RelayLocationFuse AmpRatingProtected Circuits
130ARadio display, GPS module, Navigation display
330APassenger side front window
410AInterior lamps
520AMemory module
65ANot used (spare)
77.5APower mirror switch, Memory seat module
810ANot used (spare)
910AInterior lighting, Puddle lamps, Backlighting, Cargo lamp
1010ARun/accessory relay
1110AInstrument cluster
1215AInterior lighting, Puddle lamps,Backlighting, Cargo lamp
1315ARight turn signals/stop lamps
1415ALeft turn signals/stop lamps
1515AReverse lights, High-mounted stop lamp
1610ARight low-beam headlamp
1710ALeft low-beam headlamp
1810ABrake-shift interlock, Keypad illumination, PCM wakeup, PATS
1920AAudio amplifier
2020APower door locks
2110AAmbient lighting
2315ASteering wheel control module
2415ADatalink connector, Steering wheel control module
2515ANot used (spare)
265ARadio frequency module
2720ANot used (spare)
2815AIgnition switch
3015AFront parking lamps
315ABOO – IP, BOO – Engine
3215ADelay/accessory – moon roof, power windows, locks, Automatic dimming mirror/Compass
3310AHeated seats
3410AReverse sensing system, 4×4 switch, Rear video, Off-road indicator (SVT Raptor)
355AHill descent switch (SVT Raptor)
3610ARestraint control module, Occupant classification system module
3710ATrailer brake control
3810ADelayed Accessory – 110V power point, Radio (AM/FM)
3915AHigh beam headlamps
4010ARear park lamps
417.5APassenger airbag deactivation indicator, Upfitter switch (SVTRaptor)
425AOverdrive cancel switch
4310ANot used (spare)
4410ANot used (spare)
455ANot used (spare)
4610AClimate controls module
4715AFog lamps, Exterior mirror turn signals
4830A CircuitBreakerPower rear windows, Power sliding back window
49RelayDelayed accessory

2011 Ford F150 Auxiliary relay box (SVT Raptor only)

The relay box, a clever sanctuary for electrical relays, is tucked away in the engine compartment’s left back corner. It takes on a significant role in monitoring and directing electrical activities in your car, guarding it like a sentinel. This well-placed relay box acts as a focal point, coordinating the supply of energy to multiple components.

Fuse/Relay locationFuse amp ratingDescription
1Upfitter 1 relay
2Upfitter 2 relay
3Upfitter 3 relay
4Upfitter 4 relay
5Not used
6Not used

2011 Ford F150 Standard fuse amperage rating and color

Fuse ratingMini fusesStandard fusesMaxi fusesCartridge maxi fusesFuse link cartridge
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