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2010 Explorer Fuse Box Diagram: Exploring the Fuse Boxes

2010 Explorer Fuse Box Diagram: Find the correct fuse for the circuit

This 2010 Explorer Fuse Box Diagram shows two fuse boxes: the Battery Junction Box/Power Distribution Box located under the hood and the Smart Junction Box/Passenger Compartment Fuse Panel located under the dash.

To learn more about automotive fuses, see this article

To learn how to check a fuse visually or without removing it, see this article

2010 Explorer Fuse Box Diagram for Battery Junction Box/Power Distribution Box

The power distribution box is located in the engine compartment on the driver’s side. Find it near the firewall next to the master cylinder and wiper motor. The power distribution box contains high-current fuses that protect your vehicle’s main electrical systems from overloads.

2007 explorer power distribution Box

How to find your fuse and the devices served by that fuse

There are 60 fuse/relay slots in the Battery Junction Box. The chart shows only 10 to speed up load time. Here’s how to find the fuse and circuit you want.
1) Change the number of entries showing (in the Show Entries Box) to 100 and scroll the list.
2) Enter the name of the component you’re searching for in the Search box.
3) Use the Next/Previous buttons at the bottom of the table
This image shows how to navigate the table below
PJB= Passenger Junction Box
HEGO = Heated Exhaust Gas Oxygen Sensor
VMV= Vapor Mangement Valve
PTEC= Powertrain Electronic Control Module (PCM)
CMS= Central Security Module
BSM= Body Security Module
CHMSL= Center High Mounted Stop Light

Fuse numberAmperageCircuits protected
F150BATT 2 (Smart Junction
Box) (passenger
compartment fuse panel)
F250BATT 3 (Smart Junction
Box) (passenger
compartment fuse panel)
F350BATT 1 (Smart Junction
Box) (passenger
compartment fuse panel)
F430Fuel pump, Injectors
F530Third row seat (left)
F640ABS pump
F740Powertrain Control Module (PCM)
F8Not used
F9Not used
F1030Power seat (right)
F1230Third row seat (right)
F1330Trailer tow battery charger
F1430/40Memory seats (DSM)/Non-memory seats
F1540Rear defrost, Heated mirrors
F1640Front Blower motor
F1730Trailer electronic brakes
F1830Auxiliary blower motor
F1930Running boards
F2030Front wiper motor
F2120Rear power point
F2410Powertrain Control Module (PCM) Keep Alive Power, Canister vent
F2520Front power point/Cigar lighter
F26204x4 module (4.6L engine only)
F27206R Transmission module (4.6L engine only)
F2820Heated seats
F2920Headlamps (right)
F3025Rear wiper
F3115Fog lamps
F325Power mirrors
F3330ABS valve
F3420Headlamps (left)
F3510AC clutch
F3620Console bin power point
F3730Driver window motor
F38155R Transmission (4.0L engine only)
F3915PCM power
F4015Fan clutch, PCV valve, AC clutch relay
F4215Redundant brake switch,
Electronic vapor management valve, Mass air flow sensor, Heated exhaust gas oxygen
(HEGO) sensor, EVR, Variable cam timing (VCT)1 (4.6L engine
only), VCT2 (4.6L engine only), CMCV (4.6L engine only), Catalyst monitor sensor
F4315Coil on plug (4.6L engine only), Coil tower (4.0L engine only)
F45ANot used
F45BNot used
F46ANot used
F46BNot used
F49RelayFuel pump relay
F50ARelayFog lamps relay
F50BRelayAC clutch relay
F51Not used
F52Not used
F53One Touch Integrated Start (OTIS) (diode)
F54RelayTrailer battery charger relay
F55ARelayPCM relay
F55BRelayFront wiper relay
F56ARelayBlower relay
F56BRelayStarter relay

Explorer Fuse Box Diagram for Cabin/Passenger Compartment Fuse Panel

The cabin fuse panel is located on the far left-hand side of the instrument panel. Ford refers to this as the passenger compartment fuse box or the smart junction box (SJB).

2006 explorer passenger Fuse box

Fuse numberAmperageCircuits protected
F120Moonroof, Adjustable pedals, DSM, Memory lumbar motor
F25Microcontroller power
F320Radio, Navigation amplifier, GPS module
F420OBD II connector
F55Moon roof, Door lock switch illumination, Auto dimming rear view mirror
F620Liftglass release motor, Door unlock/lock
F715Trailer stop/turn
F815Ignition switch power, PATS, Cluster
F926R Transmission control
module/Powertrain control module (Ignition RUN/START), Fuel pump relay
F105Front wiper RUN/ACC relay in PDB
F115Radio start
F125Rear wiper motor RUN/ACC, Trailer battery charge relay in PDB, Radio
F1315Heated mirror, Manual climate rear defrost indicator
F1510Reverse lamps
F1610Trailer reverse lamps
F1710RCM (restraints), Passenger occupancy
F1810Reverse park aid, Roll Stability Control™ (RSC) switch, RSC,
4x4 module, 4x4 switch, Heated seat switches, Auxiliary climate control
F19Not used
F2010Climate control system, Brake shift
F21Not used
F2215Brake switch, Bi-color stop lamps, High-mount brake lamp, All turn lamps
F2315Interior lamps, Puddle lamps, Battery saver, Instrument illumination, Homelink
F2410Cluster, Theft LED
F2515Trailer park, Trailer electronic brake module
F2615License plate/rear park lamp, Front park lamps, Manual climate
F2715Tri-color stop lamps
F2810Climate controls
Circuit Breaker 125AWindows

Auxiliary Relay Panel

Locate the Auxiliary Relay Panel in the cabin on either side of the Cabin Fuse Panel

Relay 1 Delayed ACC

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