The Mazda Premacy is a minivan that was produced from 1999 to 2005. It was sold in Europe, Japan, and Australia. The Premacy has two fuse boxes, one in the engine bay and one in the passenger compartment.
The engine bay fuse box is located on the left side of the engine bay, near the battery. It is held in place by two screws. The fuse box cover has a diagram of the fuse locations.
The passenger compartment fuse box is located below the steering wheel, on the left side of the dashboard. It is held in place by two clips. The fuse box cover has a diagram of the fuse locations.
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Fuses in the Passenger Compartment Fuse Box
To access the fuse panel, you’ll need to locate the cover situated on the side where the driver sits. It’s this cover that safeguards and hides the fuse panel, ensuring its protection and easy maintenance.
|Number||Name||Amp. Rating||Protected Components|
|4||M/DEF||7.5A||Mirror defroster, For protection of various circuit|
|5||S/W||15A||Seat warmer, For protection of various circuit|
|6||A/C||15A||Air conditioner, For protection of various circuit|
|11||ENG||10A||Engine control system|
|12||R.WIP||10A||Rear window wiper and washer|
|13||RADIO||15A||Audio system, For protection of various circuit|
|15||H/CLN||20A||Headlight cleaner, For protection of various circuit|
|16||ST.SIG||7.5A||Engine control system|
|18||P/W||30A||Power windows, For protection of various circuit|
|19||D/L||30A||Power door locks, For protection of various circuit|
|20||ROOM||10A||Interior lights, Liftgate light|
|21||WIPER||20A||Windscreen wiper and washer|
|22||P/W||30A||Power windows, For protection of various circuit|
Fuses in the Engine Compartment Fuse Box
|Number||Name||Fuse Amp. Rating||Protected Components|
|2||ABS||60A||Antilock brake system|
|3||IG KEY 1||40A||For protection of various circuits|
|6||IG KEY 2||40A||For protection of various circuits|
|7||COOLING FAN||30A||Cooling fan|
|8||BTN||40A||Interior lights, Power door locks|
|9||AD FAN||30A||Additional cooling fan for air conditioner, For protection of various circuits|
|10||INJ OR FIP||30A||Engine control system|
|11||A/C||10A||Air conditioner, For protection of various circuits|
|14||HAZARD||10A||Hazard warning flashers|
|15||TAIL||15A||Tail lights, Parking light, Number plate light, Illumination|
|16||HEAD C/U||10A||For protection of various circuits|
|18||F.FOG & DEISER||15A||Front fog light|
|24||MAIN||100A||For protection of ALL circuits|
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