Jaguar F-Pace X761 Fuse Box Diagram [2017-2020]

This article provides a fuse box diagram for the Jaguar F-Pace X761, model years 2017-2020. The fuse box diagram shows the location of all the fuses in the car, as well as their corresponding amperage ratings. This information can be helpful if you need to replace a fuse in your F-Pace.

To find the fuse you need, consult the fuse box diagram and locate the fuse that is associated with the circuit that is not working. Once you have located the fuse, you can remove it and replace it with a fuse of the same amperage rating.

It is important to note that fuses are designed to protect electrical circuits from overloads. If you replace a fuse with a fuse of a higher amperage rating, you could damage the electrical system in your car.

Jaguar F-Pace X761 Fuse Box Diagram (Passenger Compartment)

The fuse panel is positioned along the right-hand side A-pillar, beneath the dashboard: Utilize an appropriate tool to detach and free the back edge of the panel. Gently pull it to take it off.

Fuse NumberFuse Amp. RatingProtected Components
25ABrake pedal switch.
45ADiagnostic socket.
55ABattery back-up sounder.
620ASecond row auxiliary power socket.
720ACubby box auxiliary power socket.
820ALeft-side front seat.
920ARight-side front seat.
1030ALeft-side front seat.
1130ARight-side front seat.
1220A2017-2018: Side steps.
1320AFront auxiliary power socket.
1420ARear seat recline.
165A2017: Electrical supply.
2018-2020: Steering wheel module.
175ADoor handles antenna.
2020ADriver’s heated or climate seat.
2120AFront passenger’s heated or climate seat.
2225ARight-side front door module.
2325ALeft-side rear door module.
2425ARight-side rear door module.
2525ALeft-side front door module.
262A2018-2020: Electronic toll road collection.
2810ASteering angle sensor.
295APassive entry.
3020APassive entry.
325ATire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS).
3315AAir Conditioning (A/C).
3410AUSB socket.
  1. For the front engine compartment fuse box: Raise the cover of the positive booster terminal. Hold down the securing clips of the fuse box cover. Lift the cover to open it.
  2. For the rear engine compartment fuse box: Take off the cover underneath the hood. To achieve this, gently press and keep hold of the securing clip, then lift to let go and pull to detach. Press and hold the securing clip of the fuse box cover. Lift the cover to open it and pull it away to remove it.

Engine Compartment Fuse Box

Fuse NumberFuse Amp. RatingProtected Components
15ALeft-side headlight motor.
35ARight-side headlight motor.
630AHeadlight power wash.
910AFront fog lights.
1015AIntercooler water pump.
Fuse NumberFuse Amp. RatingProtected Components
1115AEngine management system.
1215AEngine management system.
1310A2017: Gear selector. Fuel system. Engine management system.
2018-2020: Engine management system.
1410A/15AEngine management system.
1510A2017: Engine cooling. Engine mounts. Engine management system.
2018-2020: Engine management system.
1625AEngine management system.
1720AExhaust sensors.
1820AExhaust sensors.
1920AExhaust sensors (3.0L gasoline).
2020A2018-2020: Engine management system.
225AIntercooler water pump.
235AEngine management system. Starter motor monitor. Electrical power management.
2415ATransmission control module.
2530AStarter motor.
265AEngine management system.
2725ATransfer box.
2830AFuel pump.
  1. For the upper luggage compartment fuse box: Take off the access panel on the right side of the luggage compartment. Simply pull the back edge of the access panel to do this.
  2. For the lower luggage compartment fuse box: Remove both the floor panel of the luggage compartment and the toolkit for the spare wheel.

Luggage Compartment Fuse Boxes

Fuse NumberFuse Amp. RatingProtected Components
120ALuggage compartment auxiliary power socket.
25AHeated rear seats.
320ALeft-side heated rear seat.
420ARight-side heated rear seat.
510AAdaptive dynamic suspension. Electronic differential.
610AMessage center.
75A2017: Electrical power management.
825ATrailer socket.
910ADiesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF).
1025ADiesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF).
1110ARear-view mirror. Blind spot monitor. Camera.
1210AEntertainment system.
1310AHeated steering wheel.
1410AHead-Up Display (HUD).
175AAdaptive cruise control.
1820ATrailer socket.
2215ADriver’s door switches. Driver’s seat. Driver’s seat switches. Front passenger seat.
2420ARear auxiliary power socket.
2615ARear wiper.
2730AElectrically deployable tow hitch. Trailer.
2830AFuel system.
2930APowered tailgate.
305ADiesel fuel pump.
AmpsCircuits protected
115ATouch screen. Climate control panel.
210AAudio amplifier.
310A2018-2020: Gesture tailgate.
515AAudio head unit.
615APortable media connector panel.
1515AHeating and ventilation.
1620AAuxiliary heater.

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