The Jeep Compass MP/552 is a compact SUV that was first introduced in 2017. It is equipped with two fuse boxes, one in the passenger compartment and one in the rear cargo area. The fuse boxes protect the electrical circuits in the vehicle from overload.
The fuse box diagrams for the Jeep Compass MP/552 can be found in the vehicle’s owner’s manual. The diagrams show the location of each fuse in the fuse box, as well as the amperage rating and circuit protected by each fuse.
In this blog, we will explore the Jeep Compass MP/552 Fuse Box Diagram with details of each fuse.
Table of Contents
Power Distribution Unit
The engine compartment of your vehicle is where the mechanical heart of your car resides. The fuse box in the engine compartment can be found on the left side of the engine compartment. The engine compartment fuse box serves as a centralized hub for various electrical fuses, each responsible for safeguarding specific electrical circuits in your vehicle.
Additionally, this strategic positioning ensures that the fuse box is relatively shielded from heat generated by the engine and exhaust systems, which are often situated on the right side of the engine compartment. This can help prevent the fuses from overheating, contributing to their overall reliability and performance.
Drivers and technicians alike can anticipate where to locate the fuse box across various vehicle models, streamlining maintenance procedures and reducing time spent searching for crucial components.
|Number||Maxi Fuse||Cartridge Fuse||Mini Fuse||Protected Components|
|F01||70 Amp Tan||–||–||Module Body Computer|
|F02||70 Amp Tan||–||–||Module Body Computer, Rear Distribution Units|
|F03||–||30 Amp Pink with HID Lamps|
20 Amp Blue without HID Lamps
|–||2017-2018: Supply Body Computer|
2019-2021: Supply Body Computer, HID Lamps
|F04||–||40 Amp Tan||Brake Control Electronics Module|
|F05||–||40 Amp Tan||–||PTC Heater|
|F06||40 Amp Orange||–||–||Starter Relay|
|F07||40 Amp Orange||–||–||Rear Distribution Unit For Trailer Tow Usage|
|F08||–||30 Amp Pink||–||Supply for F24, F87, Steering Control|
|F09||–||–||7.5 Amp Brown||2017-2018: Control Module Engine|
2019-2021: ECM, TCM, Radiator Fan Control
|F10||–||–||20 Amp Yellow||Horn|
|F11||–||–||20 Amp Yellow – 1.4L Gas & Diesel Engines|
25 Amp Clear – 2.4 L Engines
|2017-2018: Supply Secondary Loads|
2019-2021: ECM/PCM/UREA Fuel Injectors
|F14||–||–||7.5 Amp Brown (Diesel)|
15 Amp Blue (Gas)
|Diesel Crankcase Heater|
2020-2021: Gasoline LTR Cooling Pump
|F15||40 Amp Orange||–||–||Brake Control Module Pump|
|F16||–||–||10 Amp Red||Engine Control Module Power, Automatic Transmission|
|F17||–||–||10 Amp Red||Engine Secondary Loads|
|F18||–||–||20 Amp Yellow||12V Rear Cargo Outlet Ignition Powered|
|F19||–||–||7.5 Amp Brown||2017-2018: Air Conditioner Compressor and PWM Rad Fan enable|
2019-2021: Air Conditioner Compressor
|F20||–||–||20 Amp Yellow||Cigar Lighter|
|F21||–||–||15 Amp Blue||Fuel Pump|
|F22||–||–||20 Amp Yellow – Gas Engine|
15 Amp Blue – Diesel Engine
|2017-2018: Power Control Module Engine|
2019-2021: Gas – Ign Coil/Fuel Injector / Diesel – Diesel Components
|F23||–||–||30 Amp Green||Window Heater Grid|
|F24||–||–||15 Amp Blue||Electronic Unit Supply Automatic Transmission|
|F30||20 Amp Yellow (Customer Selectable, Move From FI8)||12V Rear Cargo Outlet Constant Battery Powered|
|F81||60 Amp Blue||–||–||2017-2018: Glow Plug Module|
2019-2021: Glow Plug Module, DDCT SDU Battery Feed
|F82||–||40 Amp Green||–||Diesel Fuel Filter Heater|
|F83||–||40 Amp Green||–||HVAC Fan|
|F84||–||–||30 Amp Green||Power Supply All Wheel Drive|
|F87||–||–||5 Amp Tan||Gear Selector Automatic Transmission|
|F88||–||–||7.5 Amp Brown||Heated Outside Mirrors|
|F89||–||–||30 Amp Green||Heated Rear Window|
|F90||–||–||5 Amp Tan||IBS Sensor (Battery State Of Charge)|
|Fxx||–||–||10 Amp Red|
(7.5 Amp Brown)
|Dual Battery Control Relay|
Additional ATO fuse
The Fuse Box has additional ATO fuse holders installed on the bottom of the box
|Cavity||ATO / UNIVAL Fuse||Protected Components|
|F1||5 Amp Biege||Drivetrain Control Module (4×4/AWD)|
|F2||10 Amp Red||ECM — Start Diagnostic Sense|
|F3||2 Amp Grey||Mod Steering Control|
This component can be found within the passenger compartment, specifically situated beneath the instrument panel on the left side dash panel. Imagine you’re seated inside your vehicle. As you glance toward the dashboard, focus your attention on the left side. This area, known as the left side dash panel, is where a significant automotive component resides.
This specific location within the passenger compartment is chosen with both accessibility and functionality in mind. Placing the component under the instrument panel ensures it’s within convenient reach of the driver and passengers, facilitating easy interactions and adjustments. This component could encompass a range of functions, such as relays, fuses, switches, or control modules that manage various vehicle systems.
|Number||Blade Fuse||Protected Components|
|F31||7.5 Amp Brown||Occupant Restraint Controller|
|F33||20 Amp Yellow||Window Motor Passenger|
|F34||20 Amp Yellow||Window Motor Driver|
|F36||20 Amp Yellow||Intrussion Module/Siren, Radio, UCI/USB Port, VSU, Climate Control, Electronic Steering Lock, Power Folding Mirrors, Security Gateway/DTV (2019-2021)|
|F37||10 Amp Red||Instrument Panel Cluster, Drivetrain Control Module, Adaptive Cruise, ECC (HVAC) Blower|
|F38||20 Amp Yellow||2017-2018: Door Lock/Unlock|
2019-2021: Door Lock/Unlock, Liftgate Release
|F42||7.5 Amp Brown||Brake System Module, Electric Power Steering|
|F43||20 Amp Yellow||Washer Pump Front And Rear|
|F47||20 Amp Yellow||Rear Left Window Lifter|
|F48||20 Amp Yellow||Rear Right Window Lifter|
|F49||7.5 Amp Brown||Park Assist, Blind Spot, Voltage Stabilizer, Humidity Sensor, Sunroof, Electronic Steering Lock, Temp Sense, Mirror, Heated Seats, Light And Rain Sensor, Start Stop Switch (2019-2021)|
|F50||7.5 Amp Brown||Occupant Restraint Controller|
|F51||7.5 Amp Brown||Electronic Climate Control, Occupant Classification, Rear View Camera, Climate Control, Headlamp Leveling, Terrain Select, Heated Rear Window, Trailer Tow, Haptic Lane Departure|
|F53||7.5 Amp Brown||Keyless Ignition Node Module, Electric Park Brake, RF Hub, Cluster|
|F94||15 Amp Blue||ECC (HVAC) Blower (2017-2018), Lumbar Adjust Driver Seat, Power Outlets|
Rear Cargo Fuse/Relay Distribution Unit
The fuses may be contained in two units. Fuse holder version 1 is located closest to the rear of the vehicle and fuse holder version 2 (if equipped with trailer towing) is located closest to the front of the vehicle.
To reach the fuses, follow these steps: Start by locating the access door situated on the left rear panel within the rear cargo area of your vehicle. This door is your gateway to the fuse compartment, where important electrical components are housed.
Removing the access door is a straightforward process. Gently unlatch or unclip any fasteners or locks securing the door in place. Depending on your vehicle’s design, this could involve sliding, lifting, or pulling the door open. As you do this, be sure to exert a controlled and even pressure to avoid any damage to the door or surrounding panel.
Once the access door is open, you’ll unveil the fuse compartment. Here, a variety of fuses are organized and safeguarded. Take a moment to familiarize yourself with the layout of the fuses and their respective placements. Some may be dedicated to particular electrical functions, such as lighting, while others could be responsible for critical systems like the engine control unit.
In some cases, you might also find additional information or a diagram detailing the function and location of each fuse. This information is typically provided within the fuse compartment or in your vehicle’s owner manual.
Rear Cargo Fuse Holder 1
|Number||Mini Fuse||Protected Components|
|F1||30 Amp Green||Power Inverter|
|F2||30 Amp Green||Memory Seat|
|F3||20 Amp Yellow||Sun Roof – If Equipped|
|F4||30 Amp Green||Power Seat (Passenger Side)|
|F5||30 Amp Green||Power Seat (Driver Side)|
|F6||7.5 Amp Brown||Power Lumbar (Power Seats)|
|F7||15 Amp Blue||Heated Steering Wheel / Ventilated Seats|
|F8||20 Amp Yellow||Heated Seats|
Rear Cargo Fuse Holder 2
|Number||Mini Fuse||Protected Components|
|F1||10 Amp Red||2017-2018: Controller Exterior Lighting On Trailer|
2019-2021: TTM IGN Feed
|F5||15 Amp Blue||Controller Exterior Lighting Lights (Drivers Side)|
|F6||15 Amp Blue||Controller Exterior Lighting Lights (Passenger Side)|
|F7||10 Amp Red||TTM Jumper Battery Feed|
|F01||30 Amp Green (Maxi Fuse)||Power Liftgate|
|F02||25 Amp Clear (ATO / Uni-Val Fuse)||HIFI Audio System|
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