2015 Ford Explorer Fuse Box Diagram

In this article, we will provide a comprehensive guide to the 2015 Ford Explorer fuse box diagram, enabling owners to identify the correct fuses. Explaining the functions of each fuse, to make easier for you to understand your vehicle electrical system with confidence and ease.

Important: Always disconnect the battery before servicing high-current fuses. To reduce the risk of electrical shock, always replace the cover with the power distribution box before reconnecting the battery or refilling fluid reservoirs. Always replace a fuse with one that has the specified amperage rating. Using a fuse with a higher amperage rating can cause severe wire damage and could start a fire.

2015 Ford Explorer Fuse Box Diagram (Power Distribution Box)

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 Fuses / **Cartridge Fuses
Fuse or relay numberFuse amp ratingProtected components
1Not used
2Not used
330A**Trailer brake control module
430A**Wipers, Front washer
550A**Anti-lock brake system pump
6Not used
730A**Power liftgate
920A**Power point #2 (console rear)
103rd-row rear seat release relay
11Rear window defroster relay
12Trailer tow battery charge relay
13Starter motor relay
14Engine cooling fan #2 high-speed relay
15Fuel pump relay
16Not used
1740A**110-volt AC powerpoint
1840A**Front blower motor
1930A**Starter motor
2020A**Power point #1, cigar lighter
2120A**Power point #3 (cargo area)
2230A**Third-row seat module
2330A**Driver power seat, Memory module
2430A**Trailer tow battery charge
25Not used
2640A**Rear window defroster, Heated mirrors
2720A**Powerpoint (console)
2830A**Climate controlled seats
2940A**Engine cooling fan #1 high-speed power, Engine cooling fan #1 and#2 low-speed primary fuse
3040A**Engine cooling fan #2 high-speed fuse
3125A**Engine cooling fan #1 and #2 low speed secondary fuse
32Auxiliary blower motor relay
33Engine cooling fan #1 and #2 low speed relay #2
34Blower motor relay
35Engine cooling fan #1 high speed relay, Engine cooling fan #1 and#2 low speed relay #1
36Not used
37Trailer tow right stop/turn lamps relay
38Trailer tow backup relay
3940A**Auxiliary blower motor
40Not used
4130A**Second-row heated seats
4230A**Passenger seat
4340A**Anti-lock brake system valves
44Rear washer relay
455A*Rain sensor
46Not used
47Not used
48Not used
49Not used
5015A*Heated mirrors
51Not used
52Not used
53Trailer tow left stop/turn lamps relay
54Not used
55Wiper relay
5615A*Transmission control module
5720A*Left high-intensity discharge headlamps
5810A*Alternator sensor
5910A*Brake on/off switch
6010A*Trailer tow backup lamps
6120A*Second-row seat release
6210A*Air conditioning clutch
6315A*Trailer tow stop/turn lamps
6415A*Rear wipers
6530A*Fuel pump
66Powertrain control module relay
6720A*Vehicle power #2 (emission-related powertrain components)
6820A*Vehicle power #4 (ignition coils)
6920A*Vehicle power #1 (powertrain control module)
7010A*Vehicle power #3 (coil), All-wheel drive module, Air conditioning variable compressor control
71Not used
72Not used
73Not used
74Not used
75Not used
76Not used
77Trailer tow park lamps relay
7820A*Right high-intensity discharge headlamps
795A*Adaptive cruise control
80Not used
81Not used
8215A*Rear washer
83Not used
8420A*Trailer tow park lamps
85Not used
867.5A*Powertrain control module keep-alive power, Powertrain control module relay, Canister vent solenoid
875A*Run/start relay coil
88Run/start relay
895A*Front blower relay coil, Electronic power assist steering module
9010A*Powertrain control module, Transmission control module, Engine control module (2.0L engine)
9110A*Adaptive cruise control
9210A*Anti-lock brake system module, Plant EVAC, and fill
935A*Rear blower motor, Rear defroster, Trailer tow battery charge relays
9430A**Passenger compartment fuse panel run/start
95Not used
96Not used
97Not used
98Air conditioning clutch relay

2015 Ford Explorer Fuse Box Diagram (Passenger Compartment Fuse Panel)

Fuse or relay numberFuse amp ratingProtected components
130AOne-touch up and down driver front window
215ANot used (spare)
330AOne-touch up and down passenger front window
410AInterior demand lamps (overhead console, second row, cargo), Glove box lamp, Second and third-row seat release, Visor lamps
65ANot used (spare)
77.5AMemory seat module logic feed
810ANot used (spare)
910A4-inch radio display, Power liftgate logic, Electronic finish panel, SYNC
1010ARun/accessory relay (wipers, rear washer), Rain sensor
1110AInstrument cluster, Heads-up display
1215AInterior courtesy lamps (overhead console, Second row, cargo), Puddle lamps, Console bin LED, Backlighting
1315ARight turn lamps, Right trailer tow turn/stop lamps
1415ALeft turn lamps, Left trailer tow turn/stop lamps
1515AReverse lamps, Stop lamps, High-mounted stop lamp
1610ALow beam headlamps (right)
1710ALow beam headlamps (left)
1810AKeypad illumination, Brake shift interlock, Start button run indicator, Passive anti-theft system, Powertrain control module wake-up, Rear seat power enable
1920AMemory seat power
2110AIntelligent access, Keypad
2220AHorn relay
2315ASteering wheel control module, Intelligent access, Headlamp switch
2415ADatalink connector, Steering wheel control module
2515ALiftgate release
265ARadio frequency module
2720AIntelligent access module
2815AIgnition switch, Push-button start switch
2920ARadio, Global positioning system module
3015AFront park lamps
315ATrailer tow brake controller
3215AKeypad illumination, Brake shift interlock, Start button run indicator, Passive anti-theft system, Powertrain control module wake-up, and Rear seat power enable
3310AOccupant classification sensor
3410ABlind spot monitor, Rearview camera, Reverse sensing system, Lane departure warning module, Second row heated seats module
355AHeads-up display, Climate control humidity sensor, Terrain management system, Hill descent switch, Headlamp switch ignition sensor
3610AHeated steering wheel
3710ARestraints control module
3810AAuto-dimming rearview mirror, Moonroof
3915AHigh beam headlamp shutters
4010ARear park lamps, License plate lamps, Trailer tow park lamps
417.5AOverdrive cancel, Tow/haul
425ANot used (spare)
4310ANot used (spare)
4410ANot used (spare)
455ANot used (spare)
4610AClimate control module
4715AFog lamps, left and right turn signal mirror feed
4830A CircuitBreakerRear power windows, Passenger power window, One-touch down (driver side only), Driver window switch
49Delayed accessory relayBody control module
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