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#1 Utah

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Posted 23 December 2013 - 08:37 PM

Hi Guys,

Does anyone have a listing of all the fuses in a 7th Gen Accord, location and what they do....

any info would great

cheers....

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Posted 23 December 2013 - 10:52 PM

Fuse to Components Index

Under-hood Fuse/Relay Box
Fuse Number Amps Wire Color Component(s) or Circuit(s) Protected
1 10A RED/YEL Left headlight (low beam)
2 30A ——— Control block
3 10A WHT/YEL Left headlight (high beam)
4 15A ——— Control block
RED/BLK Parking lights, Taillights, License plate lights, A/T gear position console light, Ashtray light, Audio-HVAC-display module, Cigarette lighter light, Glove box light, Hazard warning switch light, Headlight adjuster switch light, Sunroof switch light, VSA off switch light, Driver's seat heater switch light, Passenger's seat heater switch light, Navigation unit lights
5 10A WHT/GRN Right headlight (high beam)
6 10A RED/GRN Right headlight (low beam)
7 7.5A ——— Control block
8 15A WHT/GRN PGM-FI main relay 1
9 20A BLU/YEL Condenser fan motor
BLU/RED A/C compressor clutch
10 20A BLU/RED Front fog lights (via front fog light relay), Front fog light relay
11 20A BLU/BLK Radiator fan motor
12 30A RED/BLU Headlight washer control unit
13 20A RED Brake pedal position switch, Ignition key light
——— Control block
14 20A BLK/YEL Rear window defogger
15 40A YEL No. 7 fuse (in the under-hood fuse/relay box), No. 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 fuses (in the under-dash fuse/relay box)
16 15A WHT/BLK Turn signal/hazard relay (via hazard warning switch), Hazard warning light relay
17 30A WHT/RED ABS modulator-control unit (MR+B), VSA modulator-control unit
18 40A (with VSA) WHT/GRN ABS modulator-control unit (+B FSR), VSA modulator-control unit
20A (with ABS)
19 40A GRN/WHT No. 1, 2, 3 and 4 fuses (in the under-dash fuse/relay box)
20 40A BLU No. 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17 fuses (in the under-dash fuse/relay box)
WHT/BLK Front passenger's power seat recline motor
21 40A WHT/BLU Blower motor
22 100A ——— Battery, Power distribution
23 (IG) 50A WHT Ignition switch, No. 12 fuse (in the under-dash fuse/relay box)
23 (P/W) 40A WHT/BLU Power window relay, No. 27, 28 fuses (in the under-dash fuse/relay box)
















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Under-hood Sub Fuse Box
Fuse Number Amps Wire Color Component(s) or Circuit(s) Protected
41 20A WHT/YEL Power tailgate control unit (VMP2)
42 40A WHT/GRN Power tailgate control unit (VMP1)
















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Under-dash Fuse/Relay Box
Fuse Number Amps Wire Color Component (s) or Circuit (s) Protected
1 15A WHT/BLU Throttle actuator control module
2 15A ——— Ignition coil relay
BLK/WHT Ignition coils
3 ——— ——— Not used
4 10A BLU/WHT Air/fuel ratio sensor
5 20A WHT/GRN Audio unit (+B)
6 10A WHT/BLU Driver's door courtesy light, Front passenger's door courtesy light, Individual map lights, Driver's vanity mirror light, Passenger's vanity mirror light, Ceiling light (With sunroof), Audio unit (+B), Right cargo area light, Left cargo area light, Power tailgate inner switch light
7 10A WHT/RED Combination switch control unit, Gauge control module, Immobilizer control unit-receiver, Immoes control unit, Navigation display unit, Navigation unit, Power tailgate control unit, Ultra sonic sensor, Alarm control silen
——— Multiplex integrated control unit
8 20A RED/YEL Multiplex integrated control unit (+B door lock)
9 15A WHT/RED Cigarette lighter
10 7.5A WHT SRS unit, OPDS unit
11 30A GRN Windshield wiper motor
12 10A RED/BLU Rear accessory power socket
13 7.5A RED/YEL Rear fog light
14 20A WHT/BLU Driver's power seat slide motor
15 20A RED/BLK Seat heater and indicator
16 20A WHT/RED Driver's power seat recline motor
17 20A WHT/ORN Front passenger's power seat slide motor
18 15A BLK/RED ELD unit, Secondary HO2S, Alternator, Cruise control unit, CAM sensor, Engine mount control solenoid (A/T)
19 15A BLK/YEL ECM/PCM, Immobilizer control unit receiver, Immoes control unit
YEL/GRN Fuel pump
20 7.5A YEL/GRN Windshield washer motor, Headlight adjuster units, Headlight adjuster switch, Rear window wiper motor, Rear window wiper motor relay, Rear window washer motor, Rear window washer motor relay, Rain sensor, Sunroof open relay, Sunroof close relay
21 7.5A YEL Gauge control module, A/T shift lock solenoid, Back-up lights, Door multiplex control unit, Keyless receiver unit, Power tailgate control unit
——— Combination switch control unit, Multiplex integlated control unit, Door multiplex control unit
22 10A WHT/RED SRS unit
23 7.5A ORN ECM/PCM (LAF R)
24 20A YEL/RED Left power window motor
25 20A YEL/BLU Right power window motor
26 20A GRN/BLK Front passenger's power window motor
27 20A GRN/WHT Driver's power window motor
28 20A GRN Sunroof motor
29 7.5A YEL/BLU Headlight adjuster unit, Headlight adjuster switch light, Headlight adjuster control unit
30 7.5A * Power mirror actuators, Power mirror defogger, Climate control unit, Recirculation control motor, Seat heater relay
BLK/YEL Rear window defogger relay, Blower motor relay, Radiator fan relay, condenser fan relay, A/C compressor clutch relay, ECM/PCM (ACC), ECM/PCM (FANC)
31 —— —— Not used
32 7.5A YEL/RED Audio unit (ACC), Navigation display unit, Navigation unit
——— Rear accessory power socket relay
33 —— —— Not used



* LHD: WHT
RHD: BLK/YEL

hope this helps the box is under the drivers side dash, left of steering wheel. If you have a drivers handbook there is a better guide. This lot relates to a diesel tourer






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Edited by edgeoftime, 23 December 2013 - 10:54 PM.

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Posted 23 December 2013 - 10:55 PM

LEGEND!

Cheers mate...thats a big help!

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Posted 29 December 2013 - 02:54 PM

Do you know which fuse relates to the rear parking sensor?

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Posted 30 December 2013 - 10:05 AM

Do you know which fuse relates to the rear parking sensor?


no idea I think that will be an aftermarket accessory, my 54 tourer does not have one.

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Posted 30 December 2013 - 10:13 PM

no idea I think that will be an aftermarket accessory, my 54 tourer does not have one.



Yeah, I'm starting to think that. Can't find anything about it in the manual either. Might have to figure it via a process of elimination

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Posted 31 December 2013 - 09:05 AM

Yeah, I'm starting to think that. Can't find anything about it in the manual either. Might have to figure it via a process of elimination


maybe picked up off the reverse light?

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Posted 02 January 2014 - 10:25 AM

Yeah, I'm starting to think that. Can't find anything about it in the manual either. Might have to figure it via a process of elimination


Not sure if you've a tourer or saloon. But for the rear-parking sensors, genuine ones pull their power from the MICU breakout over the OSR wheel arch and the genuine sensors are fused here. If the after-market ones were fitted properly there should be a 2A fuse for them close to the power tap.

Under-steer is when the front of the car hits the wall and over-steer is when the rear of the car hits the wall.

Power is how fast you hit the wall and torque is how much of the wall you take with you.


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Posted 04 January 2014 - 09:44 AM

Not sure if you've a tourer or saloon. But for the rear-parking sensors, genuine ones pull their power from the MICU breakout over the OSR wheel arch and the genuine sensors are fused here. If the after-market ones were fitted properly there should be a 2A fuse for them close to the power tap.


I have a saloon. Where can I get access to the MICU breakout? from boot/rear seats ?

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Posted 05 January 2014 - 02:47 PM

I need a replacement 20A fuse for the heated rear screen - its a funny square job (not a blade fuse) - can enyone let me know what they are called? I ordered one off ebay which looked about right but it wasn't!

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Posted 05 January 2014 - 03:31 PM

I need a replacement 20A fuse for the heated rear screen - its a funny square job (not a blade fuse) - can enyone let me know what they are called? I ordered one off ebay which looked about right but it wasn't!


Never looked at the fuses specifically, but it is the J CASE or PAL female type fuses? Like below:

http://www.ebay.co.u...=item3f09095e13

You sure it's not a relay? Post a picture if you can.

Under-steer is when the front of the car hits the wall and over-steer is when the rear of the car hits the wall.

Power is how fast you hit the wall and torque is how much of the wall you take with you.


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Posted 05 January 2014 - 03:32 PM

I have a saloon. Where can I get access to the MICU breakout? from boot/rear seats ?


From the boot. If you're facing the boot, it's over the right-hand side wheel arch. You'll need to remove the interior trim to get at it.

Under-steer is when the front of the car hits the wall and over-steer is when the rear of the car hits the wall.

Power is how fast you hit the wall and torque is how much of the wall you take with you.


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Posted 04 March 2014 - 12:05 AM

Is there any fuse for the HFT? I couldn't found anything from the user manual.
My HFT isn't work, so it's worth to check any possible thing such as a fuse before I go to honda dealer

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Posted 17 November 2014 - 06:03 PM

Managed to blow my No 6 fuse in the "under dash" fuse case, while replacing a faulty map light bulb. Anyhow, i looked and looked, consulted my owner`s manual, but couldn`t find spare fuses or a reference in my manual. In my old EK i know for fact that there where spare fuses. Could not find one nowhere, everyone has these bigger sized ones, until i got inside a Volvo workshop and a friendly lad helped me out. It really ticked me off, driving around without lighting on the knobs and no radio. Is there another place, perhaps in the case inside the engine room?


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Posted 24 June 2015 - 09:39 PM

I have a parking sensor issue, the fitting looks genuine, and 2 of the sensors seem either intermittent or dead - they don't give off any noise when reverse is selected and ear placed near, the two others do. It just bleeps a single long bleep then stops.

I was going to fit a new aftermarket kit, but the existing drilling down seem to be 26mm, the after market ones show as requiring a 21mm hole
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Posted 06 July 2016 - 06:06 AM

Duplicated.

Edited by crown_bg, 06 July 2016 - 06:11 AM.


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Posted 06 July 2016 - 06:10 AM

Try cleaning them softly, if one is dirty none of them will work. Check if all of them are firmly fitted in their holes, no loose.
Check the wires of each sensor.