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2019 Escape Fuse Box Diagram: Exploring the Fuse Boxes

2019 Escape Fuse Box Diagram: Find the right fuse for the circuit you’re working on

In your 2019 Escape, you’ve got three fuse boxes to keep track of: the Power Distribution Box under the hood, the Body Control Module (BCM)/Passenger Compartment Fuse Panel, and the Luggage Compartment fuse box.

Let’s start with the one under the hood. Just pop the hood and locate the power distribution box on the driver’s side of the engine compartment near the firewall. 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 passenger side. The passenger compartment fuse box is below the dash under the glove box. This one takes care of all the interior electrical stuff like the radio, power windows/locks, climate controls, and those handy courtesy lights.

The luggage compartment fuse box is in the luggage compartment behind the passenger side wheel well. Remove the fuse panel cover to gain access to the fuses.

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 the 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.

Power Distribution Box = PDB, Passenger Compartment Fuse Box = PCFB, Luggage Compartment Fuse Box = LCFB

Blower Motor Fuse $10 40A PDC
Front cigar lighter or power outlet Fuse #15 20A PDC, Center power outlet Fuse #18 20A PDC, Rear power outlet Fuse #26 20A Luggage compartment fuse box, Luggage compartment outlet Fuse #26 20A LCFB
Horn Fuse #20 15A PDC
Active grille shutters Fuse #36 5A PDC
Headlamps Fuse #74 15A PCFB
Backup lamps Fuse #75 10A PCFB

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 2019 Escape throttle body relearn procedure.

2019 Escape Fuse Box Diagram for the Battery Junction Box/Power Distribution Box

2019 Ford Fusion Battery Junction Box Fuse Diagram

Fuse NumberAmperageCircuits Protected
F1Not used
F2Not used
F3Not used
F4Not used
F5Not used
F6Not used
F750Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) module
F830Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) module
F940/50Cooling fan (600 Watt)/Cooling fan (390 Watt).
F1040Blower motor relay
F1130Low voltage Direct Current/Direct Current (DC/DC) Converter
F1230PCM power relay
F1330Starter relay
F1425Cooling fan (600 Watt)
F1520Auxiliary power point
F1625Front power window (without door control
F1740Cooling fan (600 Watt)
F1820Center power outlet
F195Anti-lock brake system and electronic
5A stability program 15 feed
F215Stop light switch.
F2215Battery monitor system
F235Relay coils
F245Light switch module
F2510Occupant classification system
F2625Oil pump
F2715Air conditioner clutch
F2810Vehicle power - fuel injector (2.5L engine).
Blind spot information system and rear view camera (stop/start equipped vehicles)
F29Not used
F3010Partially heated windshield
F315Powertrain control relay coil
F3215/10Vehicle power (2.0L and 2.5L engine)/Vehicle power (1.5L engine)
F3310/15Vehicle power 2 (2.0L and 2.5L engine)/Vehicle power 2 (1.5L engine)
F3410Vehicle power 3
F3515/10Vehicle power 4 (2.0L and 2.5L engine)/Vehicle power 4 (1.5L engine)
F365Active grille shutters
F3710Passenger airbag deactivation indicator
F385Engine control module and transmission
5A control module ignition feed
F3920Heated driver seat
F405Electronic power assist steering 15 feed
F4120Body control module 15 feed
F4215Rear wiper
F4315Headlamp control module supply
F445Forward looking radar
F4520Heated passenger seat
F4640Smart wiper motor modules
F47Not used
R1RelayNot used
R3RelayNot used
R4RelayNot used
R5RelayNot used
R6RelayCooling fan (600 Watt)
R7RelayPartially heated windshield
R8RelayNot used
R9RelayNot used
R10RelayStarter relay
R11RelayAir conditioner clutch
R12RelayCooling fan
R13RelayHeater blower
R14RelayEngine control relay
R15RelayCooling fan (600 Watt)
R16RelayIgnition 15

2019 Escape Fuse Box Diagram for the Body Control Module (BCM)/Passenger Compartment Fuse Box

2019 Ford Escape body control module fuse diagram

Fuse NumberAmperageCircuits Protected
F5620Fuel pump relay, Fuel Pump Control Module (FPCM), Battery Junction Box
F57Not used
F585Interior lights relay
F595Passive Anti-Theft System (PATS) transceiver
F6010Luggage compartment lamp, Courtesy lamps, right and left footwells Driver door window control switch Vanity mirror lamp, right and left, Interior/map lamps assemblies Overhead console, Rear interior lamp
F6120Power point
F625Rain sensor module.
Light sensor module
F6310Front sensing module.
Forward looking radar
F64Not used
F6510Liftgate release
F6620Driver door unlock
Multifunction display.
Global positioning system module
F6815Not used (spare)
F695Instrument cluster
F7020Central lock and unlock supply
F717.5Heating control head (manual air conditioner).
Dual electronic automatic temperature control
F727.5Data link connector
F737.5Steering wheel module
F7415Headlamp supply
F7515Fog lamp
F7610Reversing lamp
F7720Washer pump
F785Ignition switch. Start button. Keyless vehicle module
F7915Radio. Electronic finish panel. Hazard light switch. Door lock switch
F8020Moonroof supply
F815Radio frequency receiver supply.
Panorama roof power/open
F8220Washer pump
F8320Central locking
F8420Lock/unlock relay Liftgate relay
F857.5Electronic 15 feed
F8610Airbag module.
Occupant classification system.
Passenger airbag deactivation indicator
F8715Heated steering wheel
F88Not used
F89Not used

2019 Escape Fuse Box Diagram for the Luggage Compartment Fuse Box/Rear Junction Box

2019 Ford Escape rear junction box fuse diagram

Fuse NumberAmperageCircuits Protected
F15Hands-free liftgate entry module
F215Heated outside mirror (without door control unit). Heated wiper park
F35Keyless vehicle door handles
F425Door control unit front left
F525Door control unit front right
F625Door control unit rear left
F725Door control unit rear right
F825Passenger seat
F925Driver seat
F105Driver seat memory module logic feed
F115Rear ignition coil feed
F12Not used
F13Not used
F1425High current power windows (front relay)
F15Not used (vehicles with one-touch up
power windows)
F16Not used
F17Not used
F18Not used
F19Not used
F205Embedded modem
F21Not used
F2225Heated rear window
F2325Audio amplifier
F2430DC/AC power converter
F2540Trailer tow (vehicles without one-touch up
power windows)
F2625Power liftgate
F2720Rear power outlet
F2820Luggage compartment power outlet
F2940/30Trailer tow (vehicles with one-touch up power windows)/Driver and passenger high current power windows (vehicles without one-touch up
power windows).
F305Blind spot detection system.
Rear view camera with park assist
F315Parking aid module
F32Not used
F3310High current power window switch
F34Not used
F35Not used
F36Not used
F37Not used
F38Not used
F39Not used
F40Not used
F41Not used
F42Not used
F43Not used
F44Not used
F45Not used
F465Heated outside mirror relay coil
R1RelayDelay accessory relay
R2RelayRear 15 relay
R3RelayHeated rear window relay
R4RelayNot used
R5RelayNot used
R6RelayHeated outside mirror relay

Tips to diagnose electrical issues on your 2006 Explorer

If your power windows don’t work
• In previous model years, Ford used a 30A circuit breaker to provide power to the windows. However, Ford uses different systems in late model vehicles. In some vehicles, each door contains a door module. The window switches are wired to the door module and the module operates the window. This setup is used mainly on vehicles with auto up/down features. In other models, the power windows are operated by the body control module and the motors are fused separately.

If your blower motor doesn’t work
The blower motor gets its power from the blower motor relay 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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