2017 Ford F150 Fuse Box Diagram

In this blog, we’ll take a close look at the 2017 Ford F150 fuse box diagram. We’ll break down the details and explain what each fuse does, making it easier for you to understand and navigate your electrical system 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.
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.

2017 Ford F150 Power Distribution Box Diagram

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.

*Cartridge fuses / **Mini fuses
Fuse or relay number  Fuse amp rating  Protected components  
1  —  Not used.  
2  —  Not used.  
3  —  Not used.  
4  —  Telescoping side-view mirror.  
5  40A*  Rear window defroster.  
6  —  Not used.  
7  —  Not used.  
8  —  Telescoping side-view mirror.  
9  30A*  Fuel pump.  
10  40A*  Charge air cooler fans (Raptor only).  
11  60A*  Automatic brake system motor.  
12  50A*  Body control module 1.  
13  60A*  Body control module 2.  
14  20A**  Amplifier.  
15  25A**  4×4.  
16  10A**  Spotlight module.  
17  15A**  Heated seat.  
18  10A**  Steering-column lock.  
19  10A**  Power seats.  
20  15A**  Snow plow.   Rear heated seats.  
21A  15A**  Transmission control module.  
21B  —  Not used.  
22  30A*  Windshield wiper motor.  
23  15A*  Rain sensor.  
24  25A*  Series fan feed.  
25  —  Not used.  
26  30A*  Driver seat motors.  
27  30A*  Passenger power seat.  
28  30A*  Climate-controlled seat.  
29  25A*  Upfitter fuses 94, 96, 98 and 100 (Raptor only).  
30  —  Air conditioner clutch relay.  
31  —  Not used.  
32  —  Not used.  
33  50A*  Electric fan 3.  
34  25A*  Trailer tow park lamps.  
35  20A*  Trailer tow stop-turn relay fuse.  
36  25A*  Trailer tow lamps module.  
37  50A*  Electric fan 1.  
38  10A**  Alt-A sensor.  
39  10A**  Integrated wheel end solenoid.  
40  15A**  E-locker.  
41  10A**  Telescoping mirror.  
42  30A**  Transmission fluid pump.  
43  25A**  Horn.  
44  10A**  Air conditioner clutch.  
45  10A**  Powertrain control module relay coil.  
46  10A**  Wiper relay coil.  
47  15A*  Upfitter 1 (Raptor only).  
48  15A*  Upfitter 2 (Raptor only).  
49  30A*  Trailer brake control module.  
50  30A*  Power running boards.  
51  —  Fuel pump relay.  
52  —  Not used.  
53  —  Upfitter 5 relay (Raptor only).  
54  30A*  Voltage quality module.   Body-control-module voltage-quality-module feed.  
55  40A*  Body control module RP2 feed.  
56  20A*  Fuel pump.  
57  30A*  Right-hand electric parking brake actuator.  
58  30A*  Left-hand electric parking brake actuator.  
59  30A*  Starter.  
60  40A*  Blower motor.  
61  30A*  Brake control module.   Automatic brake system valves.  
62  —  Power seat relay.  
63  15A**  Heated mirrors.  
64  —  Upfitter 6 relay (Raptor only).  
65  —  Starter relay.  
66  —  Powertrain control module relay.  
67  —  Windshield wiper relay.  
68  —  Blower motor relay.  
69  —  Power sliding back window relay.  
70  —  Electric fan 1 relay.  
71  —  Not used.  
72  25A*  4×4.  
73  —  Not used.  
74  30A*  PDRG motor.  
75  —  Horn relay.  
76  —  Not used.  
77  —  Steering column lock relay.  
78  —  Not used.  
79  —  Trailer tow parking lamp relay.  
80  —  Rear window defroster relay.  
81  —  Upfitter 1 relay (Raptor only).  
82  —  PDRG close relay.  
83  —  Upfitter 2 relay (Raptor only).  
84  —  Not used.  
85  —  Not used.  
86  —  Not used.  
87  10A**  Trailer tow backup lamps.  
88  —  Not used.  
89  20A*  Cigar lighter power point 1.  
90  20A*  Powerpoint 2.  
91  20A*  Powerpoint 3.  
92  20A*  Powerpoint 4.  
93  25A**  GTDI vehicle power 1.  
10A**  PFI vehicle power 1.  
94  10A**  Upfitter 3 (Raptor only).  
95  25A**  Vehicle power 2.  
96  10A**  Upfitter 4 (Raptor only).  
97  10A**  Vehicle power 3.  
98  5A**  Upfitter 5 (Raptor only).  
99  20A**  Vehicle power 4 (PFI).  
15A**  Vehicle power 4 (GTDI).  
100  5A**  Upfitter 6 (Raptor only).  
101  —  Not used.  
102  —  Snow plow relay.  
103  —  Charge air cooler fan (Raptor only).  
104  —  Electronic fan 3 relay.  
105  10A**  Power steering.  
106  —  Not used.  
107  10A**  Anti-lock brakes.  
108  —  Not used.  
109  10A**  Powertrain control module.   Transmission control module run-start power.  
110  10A**  4×4 run/start.   Adaptive cruise control.  
111  15A**  Transmission pump run-start.  
112  10A**  Charge air cooler relay coil run-start (Raptor only).  
113  7.5A**  Blind spot information system.   Rearview camera.   Front view camera.   Voltage quality module.  
114  —  Electric fan 2 relay.  
115  —  Upfitter 3 relay (Raptor only).  
116  —  Upfitter fuses 94, 96, 98, and 100 (Raptor only).  
Callout  Fuse Type  
A  Micro 2  
B  Micro 3  
C  Maxi  
D  Mini  
E  M Case  
F  J Case  
G  J Case Low Profile  

2017 Ford F150 Passenger Compartment Fuse Panel

The fuse panel in your vehicle is conveniently located on the right-hand side of the passenger footwell, concealed behind a trim panel.

Fuse or relay number  Fuse amp rating  Protected components  
1  10A  Demand lamp relay.   Power seat relay.   Glove box.   Vanity lamps.   Overhead console.   Dome.   Courtesy.   Map lamps.  
2  7.5A  Memory module logic.   Memory seat switches.   Lumbar motor.  
3  20A  Driver door lock motor.  
4  5A  Trailer brake control.  
5  20A  Not used.  
6  10A  Not used.  
7  10A  Not used.  
8  10A  Not used.  
9  10A  Not used (spare).  
10  5A  Embedded modem module.  
11  5A  Combined sensor module.  
12  7.5A  Climate head module.   Smart datalink converter.  
13  7.5A  Cluster.   SCCM.  
14  10A  Brake.  
15  10A  Smart datalink converter.  
16  15A  Tailgate release.  
17  5A  HUD.   Terrain switch.  
18  5A  Ignition switch and passive-entry passive-start start stop switch.   Key inhibit solenoid.  
19  7.5A  Tow haul (O/D) cancel for floor or column shifter.  
20  —  Not used.  
21  5A  HUD.   In-car temperature with humidity sensor.  
22  5A  EPB.   Power seat.  
23  10A  PDRG switch.   Inverter.   Driver-side window.   Moonroof.   Vista roof.  
24  20A  Central lock/unlock.  
25  30A  Driver door control module.  
26  30A  Passenger door control module.  
27  30A  Vista roof.   Moonroof.  
28  20A  Not used.  
29  30A  Not used.  
30  30A  Not used.  
31  15A  Adjustable pedal switch and motor.  
32  10A  Multi-function display.   Global position system.   SYNC.   Radio frequency receiver.  
33  20A  Radio.  
34  30A  Run-start relay.  
35  5A  Restraints module.  
36  15A  360 camera module.   Heated steering wheel module.   Rear-view mirror.   Rear heated seats.  
37  20A  Power distribution box run-start fuses.  
38  30A Circuit breaker.  Rear window switches and motors.  
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