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2015 Taurus Fuse Box Diagram

2015 Taurus Fuse Box Diagram: Exploring the Fuse Boxes

In your 2015 Taurus, you’ve got two fuse boxes to keep track of: the Battery Junction Box, which is also called the Power Distribution Box under the hood, and the Body Control Module (BCM)/Passenger Compartment Fuse Panel.

Let’s start with the one under the hood. Just pop it open and take a look at the driver’s side of the engine compartment. You’ll find the power distribution box there next to the fender. 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, The passenger compartment fuse box is located on the driver’s side of the vehicle under the dash and to the left of the steering wheel. Remove the panel cover to access the fuse cover.

This fuse box 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.

Smart Junction Box/Passenger Compartment Fuse Box= SJB, Battery Junction Box/Power Distribution Box under the hood=PDB

Blower Motor Fuse #18 40A PDB
Right Turn Lamps Fuse #13 15A SJB
Left Turn Lamps Fuse #14 15A SJB
Stop lamp, Backup lamp Fuse #15 15A SJB
Headlight HID Driver’s Side Fuse #57 20A PDB
Headlight HID Passenger Side Fuse #78 20A PDB
Headlight Low Beam Passenger Fuse #16 10A SJB
Headlight Low Beam Driver Fuse #17 10A SJB
Headlights High Beam Fuse #39 15A SJB
Front Parking Lamps Fuse #30 15A SJB
Rear Parking Lamps Fuse #40 10A SJB
Horn Fuse #22 20A SJB

Click here for 2015 Ford Taurus Firing Order, spark plug gap and torque, fluid capacities

2015 Taurus Fuse Box Diagram for Battery Junction Box

2015 Taurus Fuse Box Diagram for the Power Distribution Box

2015 Taurus Fuse Box Diagram for the Power Distribution Box

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

There are 47 fuse and relay 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.

Fuse NumberAmperageCircuits Protected
F1Not used
F2Not used
F3Not used
F430Wiper motor relay
F550Anti-lock brake system pump
F6Not used
F7Not used
F820Moonroof, Power sunshade
F920Second row powerpoint
F10Not used
F11RelayHeated rear window relay
F12Not used
F13RelayStarter motor high-current relay
F14RelayLeft-hand cooling fan #2 relay
F15RelayFuel pump ultra relay
F16RelayNot used
F17RelayNot used
F1840Front blower motor relay
F1930Starter relay
F2020Storage bin powerpoint
F2120Rear heated seat module
F22RelayMassage control seats relay
F2330Driver power seat, Memory module
F24Not used
F25Not used
F2640Rear window defrost relay
F2720Cigar lighter
F2830Climate controlled seats
F2940Electric fan relay 1
F3040Electric fan relay 2
F3125Electric fan relay 3
F32RelayPower seat relay
F33RelayRight-hand cooling fan relay
F34RelayBlower motor high-current relay
F35RelayLeft-hand cooling fan #1 rel
F36Not used
F37Not used
F38Not used
F39Not used
F40Not used
F41Not used
F4230Passenger power seat
F4320Anti-lock brake system valves
F44Not used
F455Rain sensor
F46Not used
F47Not used
F48Not used
F49Not used
F5015Heated mirrors
F51Not used
F52Not used
F53Not used
F54Not used
F55RelayWiper relay
F56Not used
F5720Left high-intensity discharge headlamp
F5810Alternator A-line
F5910Brake on/off switch
F60Not used
F61Not used
F6210A/C clutch relay
F63Not used
F6415Massage control seats
F6530Fuel pump relay, Fuel injectors
F66RelayPowertrain control module relay
F6720Oxygen sensor heater, Mass airflow sensor, Variable camshaft timing solenoid valve, Canister vent solenoid, Canister purge solenoid
F6820Ignition coils
F6920Vehicle power #1 (powertrain
control module)
F7015A/C clutch, Fan control relay coils (1-3), Variable air conditioning
compressor, Auxiliary transmission warmup, Turbo charge waste-gate
control, Electronic compressor bypass valve, All-wheel drive module, Positive crankcase
ventilation heater
F71Not used
F72Not used
F73Not used
F74Not used
F75Not used
F76Not used
F77Not used
F7820Right high-intensity discharge headlamp
F79Not used
F80Not used
F81Not used
F82Not used
F83Not used
F84Not used
F85Not used
F867.5Powertrain control module keep-alive power and relay, Canister vent solenoid
F875Run/start relay
F88RelayRun/start relay
F895Front blower relay coil, Electrical power assist steering module
F9010Powertrain control module run/start
F9110Adaptive cruise control module
F9210Anti-lock brake system module, Adaptive headlamp module
F935Rear window defroster relay
F9430Passenger compartment fuse panel run/start
F95Not used
F96Not used
F97Not used
F98RelayA/C clutch relay

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 2014 F150 throttle body relearn procedure.

2015 Taurus Fuse Box Diagram for Body Control Module

2015 Ford Taurus Fuse Diagram for Body Control Module

Fuse NumberAmperageCircuits Protected
F130Left front and right rear smart window motors
F215Driver seat switch power
F330Right front smart window motor
F410Demand lamps battery saver relay and coil
F520Audio amplifiers
F65Not used (spare)
F77.5Driver seat module logic, Left front door zone module, Keypad
F810Not used (spare)
F910SYNC module, Multi-function displays,
Electronic finish panel, Radio frequency transceiver module
F1010Run accessory relay
F1110Intelligent access module logic, Heads-up display
F1215Puddle lamp, Backlighting LED,
Interior lighting
F1315Right front turn, Right rear turn
F1415Left front turn, Left rear turn
F1515Stop lamp, Backup lamp
F1610Right front low beam
F1710Left front low beam
F1810Start button, Keypad illumination,
Brake shift interlock, Powertrain
control module wakeup, Immobilizer
transceiver module
F1920Audio amplifier
F2020All lock motor relay, Driver lock motor
F2110Not used (spare)
F2220Horn relay
F2315Steering wheel control module logic,
Instrument cluster
F2415Steering wheel control module, Datalink
F2515Decklid release relay
F265Ignition switch or push button start switch
F2720Intelligent access module power
F2815Not used (spare)
F2920Radio, Global positioning system module
F3015Front park lamps
F315Not used (spare)
F3215Smart window motors, Master window
and mirror switch, Rear window power
sunshade module, Lock switch
F3310Not used (spare)
F3410Reverse park aid module, Automatic high
beam and lane departure module, Rear heated seat module, Blind spot monitor module, Rear video camera
F355Motorized humidity sensor, Heads-up
display, Traction control switch
F3610Heated steering wheel
F3710Not used (spare)
F3810Auto–dimming mirror (without automatic
high beam and lane departure module),
Moonroof module and switch
F3915High beams
F4010Rear park lamps
F417.5Occupant classification sensor, Restraint control module
F425Not used (spare)
F4310Not used (spare)
F4410Not used (spare)
F455Not used (spare)
F4610Climate control module
F4715Fog lamp relay
F4830A Circuit BreakerFront passenger power window, Rear power windows

Tips to diagnose electrical issues on your 2006 Explorer

If your blower motor doesn’t work
The blower motor gets its power from the blower motor relay and Fuse #18 40A in the 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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