Question about 1986 Mazda 323
I would like to know the diagram of the fuse box so i could know what each fuse goes
I am not sure if this right and there should be diagram on the back of cover.
1 5A Power Mirror Switch
2 10A Daytime Running Lights (DRL),
Back-up Lamps, Transmission,
Passenger Air Bag Deactivation
Switch, Blower Motor Relay
3 7.5A Right Stop/Turn Trailer Tow
4 — Not Used
5 15A 4x4 Control Module
6 — Not Used
7 7.5A Left Stop/Turn Trailer Tow
8 — Not Used
9 7.5A Brake Pedal Position Switch
10 7.5A Speed Control Servo/Amplifier
Assembly, Generic Electronic
Module (GEM), Shift Lock
Actuator, Turn Signals
11 7.5A Instrument Cluster, 4x4, Main
Light Switch, Truck Central
Security Module (TCSM)
12 — Not Used
13 20A Brake Pedal Position Switch
14 10A or Not Used 10A: If equipped with Anti-Lock
Brake System (ABS) Control
15 — Not Used
16 30A Windshield Wiper Motor, Wiper
Hi-Lo Relay, Wiper Run/Park
17 20A Cigar Lighter, Data Link
18 — Not Used
19 25A PCM Power Diode, Ignition, PATS
20 7.5A Generic Electronic Module
21 15A Flasher (Hazard)
22 20A Auxiliary Power Socket
23 — Not Used
24 7.5A Clutch Pedal Position (CPP)
switch, Starter Interrupt Relay
25 — Not Used
26 10A Battery Saver Relay, Auxillary
Relay Box, Restraint Central
Module (RCM), Generic Electroic
Module (GEM), Instrument
27 — Not Used
28 7.5A Generic Electronic Module
29 20A Radio
30 — Not Used
31 — Not Used
32 — Not Used
33 15A Headlamps, Daytime Running
Lamps (DRL) Module, Instrument
34 — Not Used
35 15A or Not Used 15A: Horn Relay if Not Equipped
with Truck Central Security
36 — Not Used
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
Look in the owners manual (look up fuses in the index) or go to your local library and they should have a manual or they should have an "AllData" system.
I just don't understand why everyone wants to know where the fuses go? If you're redesigning the electrical system then great, you also need a schematics. But if you're trying to troubleshoot something that doesn't work, there may be more fuses then what the fuse panel calls out. For example: Radio - one fuse is shown for the radio when in fact there are three that affect it's operation.
This is the best way to do it. Buy a 12 volt test light. Turn on the ignition and probe both sides of the fuse. Both sides light up, it is good. If neither side lights, connect your light to the positive termanel and probe the fuse again, if both sides light up, it is controlling a ground circuit and is good. And check all the fuses in both the fuse panel under the dash and under the hood. That will tell you if you have any blown fuses. If you need help troubleshooting a particular system then let me know, but do the fuse check first.
I hope this works for you and have a nice day!
Posted on Apr 04, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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