2003-2008 Mitsubishi Colt Z30 Fuse Box Diagram

The Mitsubishi Colt Z30 is a popular car that is known for its reliability and fuel efficiency. However, even the best cars can experience electrical problems from time to time. If you are having trouble with an electrical component in your Colt Z30, one of the first things you should check is the fuse box.

This article provides fuse box diagrams for the 2003-2008 Mitsubishi Colt Z30. The diagrams show the location, function, and rating of each fuse and relay. By following the information in this article, you can easily troubleshoot electrical problems in your Colt Z30.

The fuse box is a small box that contains fuses and relays. Fuses are responsible for protecting the electrical system from damage caused by overloads or short circuits. Relays are used to switch high-current circuits on and off.

The Colt Z30 has two fuse boxes: one in the engine bay and one in the passenger compartment. The engine bay fuse box contains fuses for the engine and other major components. The passenger compartment fuse box contains fuses for the interior lights, accessories, and other electronics.

Instrument Panel

Fuse NumberFuse Amp. RatingLoad circuit
140AIgnition switch circuit
240APower window main switch and power window sub switch
340ACooling fan motor
530ARear window defogger
830AETACS-ECU, ignition key cylinder illumination lamp, luggage compartment lamp, and room lamp
910AETACS-ECU, radio and CD player
1010AETACS-ECU, windshield wiper motor, and washer motor
127.5ASunroof motor assembly
1320AFog lamp switch, hazard warning switch, position lamp, and tail lamp
147.5AAirflow sensor (4G15), camshaft position sensor, crank angle sensor, EGR valve (CVT), engine control relay, engine-CVT-ECU (CVT), engine-ECU (M/T), fuel pressure control solenoid valve (4G15), injector, oxygen sensor, primary speed sensor (CVT), purge control solenoid valve, oil feeder control valve, secondary speed sensor (CVT), turbine speed sensor (CVT), throttle valve control servo relay and wastegate solenoid valve (4G15)
157.5ALicense plate lamp, position lamp, and tail lamp
1620AA/C compressor, A/C compressor relay, engine-CVT-ECU (CVT), and engine-ECU (M/T)
1715AFuel pump and gauge unit
1810AHorn and horn relay
1910AHeadlamp (HI)
2010AHeadlamp (HI)
237.5ADoor mirror assembly
2410AETACS-ECU, rear wiper motor, and washer motor
2515ACigarette lighter
2615AEngine-CVT-ECU (CVT), SRS-ECU, and backup lamp
2720ASunroof motor assembly
3110AETACS-ECU and turn-signal lamp
3315ACVT control solenoid valve assembly, CVT control relay, and engine-CVT-ECU (CVT)
3415AFog lamp and fog lamp relay
3515AHeadlamp (LO)
3615AHeadlamp (LO)
377.5ADiagnosis connector, ETACS-ECU, door lock actuator, and door mirror assembly
387.5AEngine-CVT-ECU (CVT), SRS-ECU, and back-up lamp
3910AIgnition coil and noise condenser
407.5AABS-ECU (4A91), ASC-ECU (4G15)>, column switch, combination meter, EPS-ECU, ETACS-ECU, SRS-ECU, G and yaw rate sensor and steering wheel sensor
417.5ABlower relay, combination meter, cooling fan control relay, engine-CVT-ECU (CVT), engine-ECU (M/T), outside/inside air selection damper control motor and rear window defogger relay
4215AABS-ECU (4A91), ASC-ECU (4G15), engine-CVT-ECU (CVT) engine-ECU (M/T), high-mounted stop lamp and stop lamp
4310ACombination meter, blower motor, power transistor, and resistor
4420AColumn switch, combination meter, ETACS-ECU, engine-CVT-ECU (CVT), engine-ECU (M/T), key reminder switch, radio, and CD player

Engine Compartment

Fuse NumberFuse Amp. RatingLoad circuit
1120AETACS-ECU, headlamp relay, fusible link №1, 2, 3 (in junction block) and fuse №10, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 31, 35, 36, 42, 43, 44 circuit
2120AFusible link №6 (in fusible link box) circuit/battery and fusible link №1,3, 4, 5 (in fusible link box)
530AABS-ECU, ASC-ECU and alternator
680AFuse №5, 8, 11, 24, 27, 29, 30, 33, 34
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