Ford F150 Passenger Fuse Box Diagram

2001 Ford F150 Fuse Box Diagram

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Fuses supply power to just about every electrical system in your F150. Virtually all systems that require electricity to operate utilize a fuse for power supply. The battery in your Ford sends power to the fuses and relays which then transfer the electricity to the system the fuse is set to. Fuses protect your electrical systems by preventing the battery from overloading and destroying the electrical wiring.

Fuses carry specific amounts of power, measured in amps. When a fuse is overloaded, or receiving more amps of power than it is capable of transmitting, the fuse breaks. The term frequently used is a “blown fuse”. Whenever you experience an electrical issue with your F150 you should inspect the fuse to see if it’s blown before taking to a mechanic.

Locating and replacing fuses is extremely easy which is why we always recommend checking them before paying a mechanic to tell you what the issue is. In addition to powering electrical systems, fuses also protect them. If your stereo became overloaded and a fuse was not there it would completely blow your stereo system. However, because there is a fuse between the power supply and the stereo, the fuse breaks blocking all electrical currents from flowing to the stereo and causing it to break.

F150 Fuse Types

Fuses come in different power ranges, sizes, and colors. Generally speaking the colors represent the amount of amps the fuse is meant to handle, but this number is usually marked on the top of the fuse as well. Using the proper sized fuses is extremely important as using too small of a fuse will cause the fuse to constantly break and using too large a fuse can cause the system it is powering to break.

Most fuses will fit into the same fuse location. Ie. a 5, 10, 15, and 20amp fuse are all usually the same size. Because they all fit in the same slots it is extremely important to look at your fuse box diagram to make sure you are using the properly sized fuse.

The 2001 F150 mostly uses blade fuses. There are a few kinds of blade fuses as noted below, but most of the ones used by Ford are ATO or regular sized fuses. However, Ford does also use some larger cartridge style fuses.

Additionally, all cars use relays as well. Relays open and close electrical circuits, whereas fuses are always open circuits. Since virtually all electrical systems in your car turn on and off, think your headlights, relays are needed to be able to open/close the circuit to turn them on/off.

Ford Fuse Types

2001 Ford F150 Fuse Box Location

The 2001 F150 has two fuse boxes. One is located inside the cab, to the bottom left of the steering wheel. The second F150 fuse box is located inside the engine bay, in the top right corner (drivers side).

The interior fuse box predominantly controls interior electrics like the stereo, lights, power windows, etc. while the engine bay fuse box controls towing components, exterior lights, windshield wipers, and various engine related systems such as the fuel pump.

Each fuse box is aligned differently and has its own diagram. It’s worth noting that Ford’s owners manual calls the interior fuse box the “passenger compartment fuse panel” but the fuse box is actually to the bottom left of the steering wheel, it is not on the passenger side of the car.

2001 F150 Passenger Compartment Fuse Box

Ford F150 Passenger Fuse Box Diagram
Amp RatingDescription
25APowertrain Control Module (PCM), Cluster
320 ACigar Lighter, OBD-II Scan Tool Connector
45ARemote Entry Module, Mirrors
515ASpeed Control Module, Reverse Lamp, Climate Mode Switch, Daytime Running Lamp Relay
65ACluster, Brake Shift Interlock Solenoid, GEM Module
7Not Used
85ARadio, Remote Entry Module, GEM Module
9Not Used
10Not Used
1130AFront Washer Pump Relay, Wiper Run/Park Relay, Wiper Hi/LO Relay, Windshield Wiper Motor
12Not Used
1320 AStop Lamp Switch (Lamps), Turn/Hazard Flasher, Speed Control Module
1415ABattery Saver Relay, Interior Lamp Relay, Accessory Delay Relay (Power Windows)
155AStop Lamp Switch, (Speed Control, Brake Shift Interlock, ABS, PCM Module Inputs), GEM Module
1620 AHeadlamps (Hi Beams), Cluster (Hi Beam Indicator)
17Not Used
185AInstrument Illumination (Dimmer Switch Power)
19Not Used
205AAudio, GEM (or CTM) Module, Powertrain Control Module (PCM),
2115AStarter Relay, Fuse 20
2210AAir Bag Module, Climate Mode Switch (Blower Relay)
2310ATrailer Tow^ Battery Charge Relay, Turn/Hazard Flasher, 4×4 Solenoids, 4×4 Relays, Overhead Console, 4 Wheel Anti-Lock Brake System (4WABS) Module
24Not Used
25Not Used
2610ARight Side Low Beam Headlamp
275AFoglamp Relay and Foglamp Indicator
2810ALeft Side Low Beam Headlamp
295AAutolamp Module, Transmission Overdrive Control Switch
3030APassive Anti Theft Transceiver, Cluster, Ignition Coils, Powertrain Control Module Relay
31Not Used
Relay 1Interior Lamp Relay
Relay 2Battery Saver Relay
Relay 3Not Used
Relay 4One Touch Down Window Relay
Relay 5ACC Delay Relay


2001 F150 Engine Fuse Box Diagram

2001 Ford F150 Engine Fuse Box Diagram
Amp RatingDescription
17Not Used
1815 A*Powertrain Control Module, Fuel Injectors, Fuel Pump Relay, Idle Air Control, Mass Air Flow Sensor
1910 A*Trailer Tow Stop and Right Turn Lamp
2010 A*Trailer Tow Stop and Left Turn Lamp
21Not Used
22Not Used
2315 A*HEGO Sensor, Canister Vent, Automatic Transmission, CMS Sensor
24Not Used
10130A**Trailer Tow Battery Charge
10250A**Four Wheel Antilock Brake Module
10350A**Junction Block Battery Feed
10430A**4×4 Shift Motor & Clutch
10540A**Climate Control Front Blower
106Not Used
107Not Used
10830A**Trailer Tow Electric Brake
109Not Used
110Not Used
11140A**Ignition Switch Battery Feed (Start and Run Circuits)
11230A**Drivers Power Seat, Adjustable Pedals
11340A**Ignition Switch Battery Feed (Run and Accessory Circuits)
114Not Used
11520A**Power Door Locks
116Not Used
117Not Used
118Not Used
201Trailer Tow Park Lamp Relay
120A *Power Point
230A*Powertrain Control Module
4Not Used
520A*Trailer Tow Backup/Park Lamps
615 A*Parklamps/Autolamps, Passenger Fuse Panel Feed Fuse #18
8Not Used
915 A*Daytime Running Lamps (DRL), Fog Lamps
1020A*Fuel Pump
1120A*Alternator Field
1220A*Rear Auxiliary Power Point
1315 A*A/C Clutch
14Not Used
15Not Used
16Not Used
202Front Wiper Run/Park Relay
203Trailer Tow Backup Lamp Relay
204A/C Clutch Relay
205Horn Relay
206Fog Lamp Relay
207Front Washer Pump Relay
208Not Used
209Front Wiper Hi/Lo Relay
301Fuel Pump Relay
302Trailer Tow Battery Charge Relay
303Not Used
304Powertrain Control Module Relay
305Not Used
306Not Used
401Not Used
501Powertrain Control Module Diode
502A/C Compressor Diode
503Not Used
60130A CBPower Windows, Moonroof
602Not Used
  * Mini fuses
** Maxi fuses

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    1. Which fuse/relay did you replace? And do all windows not work? It’s possible the window motors are bad, but it would be very odd for all of them to fail so if it’s all windows that don’t work then it probably is an electrical issue.

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