2000-2002 Mitsubishi Eclipse Fuse Box Diagram

If you’re having electrical problems with your Mitsubishi Eclipse from 2000 to 2002, it’s a good idea to check the fuse box. The fuse box is where all of the electrical fuses for your car are located.

If a fuse blows, it can cause a variety of problems, including lights that won’t come on, power windows that won’t work, and even the engine not starting.

This blog post will provide you with a diagram of the fuse box for your Mitsubishi Eclipse, as well as information on what each fuse does.

Passenger Compartment

Fuse NumberFuse Amp. RatingProtected Components
130ADefogger and choke coil
230AAutomatic compressor controller, resistor and blower motor
315APowertrain control module, ABS-ECU, stoplight, autocruise control-ECU and immobilizer-ECU
510APowertrain control module, input shaft speed sensor, output shaft speed sensor, backup light, SRS-ECU, and ETACS-ECU
715ACigarette lighter, accessory socket, remote controlled mirror and multi center display unit
820AETACS-ECU and fuse #20 (Windshield wiper and washer)
910AConvertible top control module and ABS-ECU
1010AHorn, horn relay, theft-alarm horn and theft-alarm horn relay
1115AData link connector, ETACS-ECU and combination meter
1210AMotor antenna assembly (ECLIPSE SPYDER)
1310ACombination meter, ETACS-ECU, SRS-ECU, auto-cruise control-ECU, column-ECU, multi center display unit and vehicle speed sensor
1610ABlower relay, outside/inside air selection damper control motor, defogger relay, A/C switch, front-ECU, A/C compressor relay and automatic compressor controller
1720AAudio system (Vehicles with amplifier)
1920ASunroof (ECLIPSE)
2020AWindshield wiper and washer

Engine Compartment

Fuse NumberFuse Amp. RatingProtected Components
215AFog light
310AAir conditioning system
410AECU power supply, dome light, trunk light, universal garage door opener, sunroof assembly, luggage compartment light, audio system, multi-center display, meter and gauge
510AAudio system
610AHeadlight and theft-alarm system
710AHeadlight and theft-alarm system
810ARheostat, taillight, position light, rear side marker light and illumination circuit
910ATaillight, position light, rear side marker light and license plate light
1320AINVECS-II 4A/T, MFI system, air conditioning system, cooling system and immobilizer system
1410ACharging system, central door locking system (Vehicles with keyless entry system), turn-signal light and hazard warning light
A60AInstrument panel fuses №1, 2, 3, 10, 11
C30AInstrument panel fuses №17, 19, power windows, power seat, convertible top and audio system (Vehicles with amplifier)
D50AAir conditioning system and cooling system
E50AAnti-lock braking system
F30AConvertible top circuit
G30AIgnition switch circuit
H120AGenerator circuit (the fusible link is located on the battery)
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