1997-2000 Mitsubishi FTO Fuse Box Diagram

The Mitsubishi FTO is a sports car that was produced from 1994 to 2000. It was available with a variety of engines, including a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine. The FTO has many electrical components, and the fuse box is responsible for protecting these components from electrical overloads.

The fuse boxes in the Mitsubishi FTO are labeled with a diagram that shows the location of each fuse and its corresponding amperage rating. This diagram can be used to identify the fuse that needs to be replaced if an electrical component stops working.

Fuse Box Location

There are two fuse boxes in the Mitsubishi FTO: one in the engine compartment and one in the passenger compartment. The engine compartment fuse box is located on the driver’s side, near the battery. The passenger compartment fuse box is located under the dashboard, on the driver’s side.

Passenger Compartment

Fuse NumberFuse Amp. RatingProtected Components
115ADoor lock-ECU
310AA/T-ECU, A/T indicator lamp, output/input shaft speed sensor, back-up lamp, buzzer-ECU
410ASRS-ECU, turn-signal and hazard flasher unit
810ASRS-ECU, combination meter, sunroof-ECU, vehicle speed sensor, steering wheel sensor (vehicles with TCL), buzzer-ECU, motor antenna assembly, voltmeter
915AWindshield intermittent wiper relay, windshield wiper motor, remote-controlled mirror, rear intermittent wiper relay, rear washer motor, rear wiper motor
1130ABlower motor
1310AA/C-ECU, ABS-ECU, ABS valve relay, defogger relay, power window relay, blower high speed relay, blower motor relay
1415ACigarette lighter

Engine Compartment

Fuse NumberFuse Amp. RatingProtected Components
160AFuses №16, 17, instrument panel fuses №1, 6, 11
2100AFusible link № 1, 8, 9, fuse №10 (when engine stops);
Fusible link №3, 4, 5, 6, fuses №12, 13, 14 (when engine starts)
320AINVECS-II 5A/T, TCL, engine control
440AFuse №19, charging, headlamp
530AFull-auto air conditioner, cooling
640AIgnition switch
930AInstrument panel fuses №16, 17, power window
1030ACondenser fan
1215AFog lamp
1310ATurn-signal and hazard warning lamp
1415AStop lamp
1515AKeyless entry receiver, motor antenna assembly, spare connector for radio
1610AA/C-ECU power supply, TCL-ECU power supply, MUT-II power supply, engine-ECU power supply, key cylinder illumination lamp, keyless entry receiver, speedometer, trunk room lamp, clock, door-ajar indicator lamp, buzzer-ECU power supply, map lamp, motor antenna assembly, spare connector for radio
1710AA/C compressor
1810AHigh beam indicator lamp
1910AIllumination lamp, tail lamp, position lamp, license plate lamp, buzzer-ECU
2020AHeadlamp (LH), fuse №18 (high beam indicator lamp)
2120AHeadlamp (RH)
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