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2013 F150 Fuse Box Diagrams: Locate Fuses Easily

2013 F150 Fuse Box Diagram: Find the correct fuse for the circuit you’re working on

This article concentrates on the 2013 F150 fuse box diagrams and includes a full listing of all the fuses and relays in your truck. In the 2013 F150, you’ve got three fuse boxes to remember: one under the hood, one under the dash, and another for heavy-duty loads. Let’s start with the one under the hood. Just pop the hood and take a look near the firewall on the passenger side of the engine compartment. You’ll find the power distribution box there. It’s like the nerve center for your truck’s major systems—things like engine management, emissions, and ABS brakes are all controlled by the fuses in this box.

Now, for the second fuse box, crawl under the dash on the driver’s side. It’s tucked away in the footwell. This one takes care of all the interior electrical stuff like the radio, power windows/locks, climate controls, and those handy courtesy lights. It’s essential to give both of these fuse boxes a once-over every so often to make sure none of the fuses are blown. If your electrical gadgets aren’t acting right, it might be a sign that something’s amiss with the fuses.

.To learn more about automotive fuses, see this article

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

Find the most commonly replaced fuses here

The fuse box diagram and table below show all 62 fuses and all the relays. But most DIYers are looking for fuses and relays for the lights, power ports, and the blower motor. I’ve listed the most commonly checked/replaced fuses here to save time. I’ve also listed the most commonly replaced bulbs. A blown fuse or bulb are the two most common reasons for lighting issues.

BCM = Body Control Module under the dash. BJB = Battery Junction Box under the hood

Backup Light: Fuse #15 (BCM) 15A
Blower Motor: Fuse #51 40A (BJB)
Front Parking Lamps: Fuse 30 15A (BCM)
Headlight Low Beam Passenger Side: Fuse #16 20A (BJB), Bulb #HID
Headlight Low Beam Driver’s Side: Fuse #35 20A (BJB), Bulb #HID
Headlights High Beam: Fuse #39 15A (BCM)
Horn: Fuse #22 20A (BCM)
Rear Parking lamps: Fuse #40 10A (BCM), Front park turn bulb #3157A (amber)
Power Ports: Rear: Fuse #72 20A (BJB), 110V power point Fuse #33 40A (BJB), Auxiliary on Instrument Panel: Fuse #22 20A (BJB), Auxiliary on Instrument Panel: Fuse #65 20A (BJB), Center Console #66 20A (BJB)
Right turn signals and stop lamps Fuse #13 15A (BCM)
Left Turn Signals and stop lamps Fuse #14 15A(BCM)

2013 F150 Fuse Box Diagram for the Battery Junction Box

The battery junction box/Power distribution box is located in the center fo the engine comparment above the radiaator.

2013 Ford F150 battery junction box fuse diagram

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

There are 71 fuse slots in the Battery Junction Box. There are several ways to find the fuse you want in the chart below.
1) Enter a search term in the search box.
2) If you’d like to scroll all the fuses, change the number of entries to 100 in “Show Entries” box. Or, click NEXT at the bottom right of the table to scroll 10 items at a time.

This image shows how to navigate the table below

Fused numberAmperageCircuits protected
F1130Power Running Board (PRB) module
F1240Low Fan Control (LFC) relay
F1250 6.2L "
F1330Starter relay
F1430Seat control switch,passenger side front
F1540High Fan Control (HFC) relay
F1550 6.2L "
F1640Headlamp, Right (HID)
F1730Trailer Brake Control (TBC) module, Telematics module
F1830Upfitter relay 1
F1930Upfitter relay 2
F2020Transfer Case Control Module (TCCM) - with 4x4
F2130Trailer tow battery charge relay
F2220Cigar lighter, front-Power Port
F2610PCM power relay, Evaporative emission (EVAP) canister vent solenoid, Powertrain Control Module (PCM)
F2720Fuel pump relay
F2810Upfitter relay 4
F2910Constant Vacuum Hublock (CVH) solenoid
F3010AC clutch relay
F3115Run/start relay
F3240Rear window defrost relay
F3340DC/AC inverter module
F3440PCM power relay
F3450 3.5L "
F3520Headlamp, left (HID)
F3630Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) module
F4115Front camera washer relay
F425Run/start relay
F4315Reversing lamp relay
F4415Upfitter relay 3
F4610Brake Pedal Position (BPP) switch
F4760Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) module
F4820Roof opening panel module
F4930Wiper relay
F50Not used
F5140Blower motor relay
F525Power steering control module (PSCM), Blower motor relay
F535Powertrain Control Module (PCM)
F545Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) module, Transfer Case Control Module (TCCM), Rear window defrost relay, Trailer tow battery charge relay, Front camera washer relay
F55Not used
F5615Exterior rear view mirrors
F57Not used
F58Not used
F59Not used
F60Not used
F61Not used
F62Not used
F6325Fan Control (FC) relay
F64Not used
F6520Power port, instrument panel
F6620Power point, console 1 - with floor shifter
F6720Trailer tow relay, parking lamp
F6825Transfer Case Control Module (TCCM) - with 4x4 Electronic Locking Differential (ELD) Module - with 4x2
F6930Dual Climate Controlled Seat Module (DCSM), Heated seat module
F70Not used
F7120Heated seat module, left rear
F7220Power point, console 2
F7320Trailer tow relay, left turn, Trailer tow relay, right turn
F7430Seat control switch, driver side front - without memory Driver Seat Module (DSM) - with memory
F7515Powertrain Control Module (PCM)
F7525 3.5LPowertrain Control Module (PCM)
F7620Mass Air Flow / Intake Air Temperature (MAF/IAT) sensor, Variable Camshaft Timing (VCT) solenoids, Heated oxygen sensors (HO2Ss), Universal heated oxygen sensors (HO2Ss), Evaporative emission (EVAP) canister purge valve, Evaporative emission (EVAP) canister vent solenoid
F7710Cooling fan relays, NC clutch relay
F7815Coil on Plugs (COPS), Ignition transformer capacitors
F7820 6.2LCoil on Plugs (COPS), Ignition transformer capacitors
F795Rain sensor module
F80Not used
F81Not used
F82Not used

A note about fuses, battery power and keep alive memory

If you disconnect the battery or remove the PCM fuses from the fuse box, the PCM will lose its adaptive memory and baseline throttle body position. You can avoid this by providing backup power using a jumper pack and an inexpensive OBDII cable. See this article for more information on providing backup power to prevent the loss of adaptive memory. Or, you can perform a throttle body relearn procedure and then drive the vehicle so it can relearn the new adaptive memory settings. See this article for instructions on how to perform a 2013 F150 throttle body relearn procedure.

2013 F150 Fuse Box Diagram for the Body Control Module

This image shows a body control module fuse diagram
There are 49 fuse slots in BCM, but only ten show to save space and speed up page loading. To navigate the table, change the number of entries showing, enter the device you’re searching for, or scroll the table using the next or previous buttons at the bottom of the table.

Want to learn more about the Body Control Module; what it does and how it works? Click here for more information on what the Body Control Module does and how it works.

Fuse numberAmperageCircuits protected
F130Power window motor, left front
F215Accessory Protocol Interface Module (APIM)
F330Power window motor, right front
F410Tool link reader, Battery saver relay, Dome lamp, front, Vanity mirror Ian Interior map / lamps
F520Seat control switch, driver side Wroth memory
F6Not used
F77.5Exterior rear view mirror switch, Driver Seat Module (DSM)
F8Not used
F910Front Display Interface Module (FDIM) - without navigation, Front Controls Interface Module (FCIM), Global Positioning System Module (GPSM) - with SYNC
F1010Run/acc relay
F1110Instrument Panel Cluster (IPC)
F1215High mounted stoplamp, Exterior rear view mirrors, Interior map / lamps, Dome lamp, front, Ambient lighting switch, Floor shifter, Upfitter switch, Hill descent control switch, Off-road mode switch, Overhead console swit assembly, Hazard/pad/traction switch, Headlamp switch, Instrument panel dimming switch, Audio Control Module (ACM), Mode Select Switch (MSS), Steering wheel switches, In-dash computer
F1315Park/turn lamps, Trailer tow relay, right turn, Park/stop/turn lamps, right rear
F1415Park/turn lamps, Trailer tow relay, left turn, Park/stop/turn lamps, left rear
F1515High mounted stoplamp, Reversing lamp relay, Reversing lamps, Auto-dimming interior mirror
F1610Right headlamp - low beam
F1710Left headlamp - low beam
F1810Brake shift interlock, Passive anti-theft transceiver, Floor shifter, Powertrain Control Module (PCM), Keyless entry keypad
F1920Audio Digital Signal Processing (DSP) module
F2020Door latch actuators
F21Not used
F2220Horn relay
F2315Steering Column Control Module (SCCM)
F2415Data Link Connector (DLC), Steering Column Control Module (SCCM)
F25Not used
F265Tire Pressure Monitor (TPM) module
F27Not used
F2815Ignition switch
F2920Audio Control Module (ACM), In-dash computer
F3015Side marker lamps, High mounted stoplamp, Park/stop/turn lamps, Front marker lamps
F315Trailer Brake Control (TBC) module, Brake Pedal Position (BPP) switch, Powertrain Control Module (PCM)
F3215Roof opening panel module, Door lock switches, Master window control Power window motors, Window control switch, passenger side, Electron' compass, Auto-dimming interior mirror, Heated seat switches
F3310Heated seat module
F3410Parking Aid Module (PAM), Video camera, Off-road mode switch. Mode Select Switch (MSS)
F355Hill descent control switch
F3610Restraints Control Module (RCIGI)rcupant Classification System Module (OCSM)
F3710Trailer Brake Control (TBC) moduTelematics module
F3810DC/AC inverter module, Audio Control Module (ACM), In-dash computer
F3915Headlamps - high beam
F4010Trailer tow relay, parking lamps, License plate lamps, Park/stop/tum lam Marker lamps
F417.5Hazard/pad/traction switch, Upfitter switch
F425Tow haul switch, Floor shifter
F43Not used
F44Not used
F45Not used
F4610HVAC module
F4715Fog lamp relay, Exterior rear view mirror, passenger side Exterior rear view mirror, driver side
F4830A circuit breaker

Fuse Box Diagram for the High Current Battery Junction Box and Auxiliary

The high current fuse box holds two fuses, a 250A MEGA, and a 125A MEGA.

AUX FUSE BOXES 2013 Ford F150
Common electrical problems in the 2013 F150 that owners should be aware of when inspecting their fuse boxes?

When checking the fuse boxes in your 2013 F150, be aware of common electrical issues like malfunctioning power windows or door locks, unresponsive interior lights, or problems with the radio or climate control. Keep an eye out for blown fuses related to these functions, as they may indicate underlying electrical issues that need attention. Staying vigilant during inspections can help you catch and resolve these problems early, ensuring your F150 stays running smoothly.

Looking for more information on your 2013 F150? Click here for the Firing Order, Engine Layout Diagram, Spark Plug Gap and Spark Plug Torque specs.

Tips to diagnose electrical issues on your 2013 F150

If your power windows don’t work
• In previous model years, Ford used a 30A circuit breaker to provide power to the windows. However, starting in the 2013 F150, they went back to using fuses for the front windows.
The fuse for the driver’s side power window is #1 30A in the BCM, and the #3 30A for the passenger side window. However, Ford still uses a 30A circuit breaker for the rear passenger and driver’s side windows and the power sliding rear window.

The circuit breaker is located in the BCM in slot 48.
If your blower motor doesn’t work
The blower motor gets its power from the blower motor relay #3 in the battery junction/power distribution box.
If the circuit you’re working on contains a relay
• A simple way to test a relay is to swap in a similarly shaped relay and see if the component works.
• If that doesn’t work, remove the relay and test for power to the relay control coil and contacts using a multimeter. For more information on relay testing, see this article.
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