2008-2012 Honda Accord Fuse Box Diagram

The Honda Accord is a popular midsize sedan that has been in production since 1976. The 2008-2012 Accord models have two fuse boxes: one under the hood, and one on the passenger’s side of the dashboard.

The driver’s side interior fuse box is under the dashboard on the driver’s side, fuse label is attached to the side panel. The passenger’s side interior fuse box is on the lower passenger’s side panel.

Engine Compartment

Fuse NumberAmp. RatingProtected Components
1-1100 ABattery (4-cylinder models)
1-1120 ABattery (V6 models)
1-240 APassenger’s Side Fuse Box
2-1Not Used
2-240 AABS/VSA
2-330 AABS/VSA Motor
2-4(40 A)Passenger’s Side Fuse Box
2-5Not Used
2-6Not Used
3-1Not Used (4-cylinder models)
3-130 ASub Fan Motor (V6 models)
3-230 AWiper Motor
3-330 AMain Fan Motor
3-430 ADriver’s Side Light Main
3-5(60 A)Driver’s Side Fuse Box
3-630 APassenger’s Side Light Main
3-7(40 A)Driver’s Side Fuse Box
3-850 AIG Main
440 ARear Defroster
520 ASub Fan Motor (4-cylinder models)
5Not Used (V6 models)
6Not Used
7Not Used
840 AHeater Motor
915 AHazard
1020 AHorn, Stop
11Not Used
12Not Used
1315 AIG Coil
1415 AFI Sub
1510 ABack Up
167.5 AInterior Lights
1715 AFI Main
1815 ADBW
19Not Used (4-cylinder models)
197.5 ABack Up, FI ECU (V6 models)
207.5 AMG Clutch
217.5 AFan Relay

Passenger Compartment

[Driver’s Side]

Fuse NumberFuse Amp. RatingProtected Components
1Not Used
27.5 ASeat Memory (If equipped)
315 AWasher
47.5 AWiper
57.5 AMeter
715 AACG
87.5 ASTS (If equipped)
920 AFuel Pump
1010 AVB SOL (If equipped)
1110 ASRS
127.5 AODS (Occupant Detection System)
13Not Used
1410 AACM (If equipped)
157.5 ADaytime Running Lights
167.5 AA/C
177.5 AAccessory, Key, Lock
187.5 AAccessory
1920 ADriver’s Power Seat Sliding (If equipped)
2020 AMoonroof (If equipped)
2120 ADriver’s Power Seat Reclining (If equipped)
2220 ARear Left Power Window
2315 AFront Accessory Power Socket
2420 ADriver’s Power Window
2510 ADriver’s Side Door Lock
2610 ALeft Front Fog Light (If equipped)
2710 ALeft Side Small Lights (Exterior)
2810 ALeft Headlight High Beam
297.5 ATPMS
3010 ALeft Headlight Low Beam
31Not Used

[Passenger’s Side]

Fuse NumberFuse Amp. RatingProtected Components
110 ARight Headlight High Beam
210 ARight Side Small Lights (Exterior)
310 ARight Front Fog Light (If equipped)
410 ARight Headlight Low Beam
5Not Used
67.5 AInterior Lights
7Not Used
820 AFront Passenger’s Power Seat Reclining (If equipped)
920 AFront Passenger’s Power Seat Sliding(If equipped)
1010 ARight Side Door Lock
1120 ARear Right Power Window
1215 ARear Accessory Power Socket
1320 AFront Passenger’s Power Window
14Not Used
1520 APremium AMP(If equipped)
16Not Used
17Not Used
1810 ALumbar Support (If equipped)
1915 ASeat Heater(If equipped)
20Not Used
21Not Used
22Not Used
Cigar lighter (power outlet) fuses in the Honda Accord are the fuse #23 (Front Accessory Power Socket) in the Instrument panel fuse box on the driver’s side, and fuse #12 (Rear Accessory Power Socket) in the Instrument panel fuse box on the passenger’s side.


If an electrical component in your Accord is not working, it may be due to a blown fuse. To check a fuse, you will need a fuse tester. A fuse tester is a small device that plugs into the fuse socket and lights up if the fuse is good.

If the fuse tester lights up, the fuse is good and the problem is with the electrical component. If the fuse tester does not light up, the fuse is blown and you will need to replace it.

Fuses are relatively inexpensive and easy to replace. To replace a fuse, first locate the fuse box diagram for your Accord. Then, locate the blown fuse and remove it from the fuse socket.

To insert the new fuse, make sure that the amperage rating of the new fuse is the same as the amperage rating of the old fuse. Then, push the new fuse into the fuse socket until it clicks into place.

By understanding the location and function of the fuse boxes in your Honda Accord, you can easily troubleshoot electrical problems and replace blown fuses.

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Tom Smith is a passionate car mechanic and automotive enthusiast, specializing in the intricate world of car fuse boxes. With years of hands-on experience under the hood, he has earned a reputation as a reliable expert in his field. As the founder and content creator of the popular blog website 'carsfuse.com,' Tom has dedicated himself to sharing his extensive knowledge of car fuse boxes and electrical systems with the world.

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