Are you a 2006 Ford F150 owner and are in search of its fuse box diagram and location? Don’t fret; this guide has it all covered for you. I will provide all the essential details necessary to find and understand its contents so you can tackle electrical issues or make necessary changes with confidence.
Knowing these locations is crucial when troubleshooting and making modifications. In this guide, I have shared information regarding the importance of the fuse box, how to locate the fuse panel inside the car, and what assignment each fuse holds.
Why Is the Fuse Box a Significant Part of Your Vehicle?
Before diving deeper into the details of your 2006 Ford F150’s fuse box, it’s essential to understand its function within its electrical system.
A fuse box serves to protect all circuits within your car from overloads or short circuits, which could potentially cause damage or fires; each circuit connected has a fuse that breaks when excess current passes through it.
Fuse blowouts provide essential protection from further electrical current flowing to a circuit, thus limiting potential damage or hazards. They ensure that minor problems, like short-circuiting in your radio, don’t escalate into larger ones that threaten the safety and functionality of your vehicle.
Where Is the Fuse Box Located In Your Vehicle?
Identifying the location of the 2006 Ford F150 fuse box is equally essential to understanding its function and diagram. The Ford F150 2006 model has two types of fuse boxes that are located in two separate locations:
Passenger Compartment Fuse Box/ Power Distribution Box
The fuse panel can be found under the right-hand side of the instrument panel behind its cover and contains all fuses used in passenger safety for the Ford F150 (2004-2008).
Note: Check out this guide if your Ford system turns off to save battery and you are wondering why this happens.
Auxiliary Relay Box
The relay box can be found inside the engine compartment on the left fender of your vehicle – typically located inside a black plastic box with an easily removable lid.
2006 Ford F150 Fuse Box Diagram:
Now that we know where the fuse box can be found, let’s examine its diagram for the 2006 Ford F150. Typically, the fuse box lid features an illustration depicting each fuse’s function and rating – an indispensable asset when diagnosing electrical issues or replacing blown fuses.
Here is a breakdown of some of the more common types of fuses and their related functions based on their respective locations:
Fuse Assignment of Passenger Compartment / Power Distribution Box (2006)
|Fuse/Relay Location||Fuse Amp Rating||Passenger Compartment Fuse Panel Description|
|1||10A*||Run/Accessory – Wipers, Instrument cluster, Audio for XL/STX|
|2||20A*||Stop/Turn lamps, Brake on/off switch|
|3||7.5A*||Power mirrors, Memory seats, and pedals|
|7||5A*||Radio (start signal)|
|8||10A*||Heated mirrors, Switch indicator|
|9||20A*||Fuel pump relay, Fuel injectors, Intake manifold runner control (4.2L)|
|13||10A*||Climate control module power, Flasher relay|
|14||10A*||Back-up lamp and Daytime Running Lamps(DRL)relay coil, A/C pressure switch, Redundant speed control switch, Heated PCV (5.4L), Trailer tow back-up lamps relay coil, ABS, Reverse park, aid, EC mirror|
|15||5A*||Overdrive cancel, Cluster|
|20||10A*||Battery feed for overhead power point|
|22||10A*||Delayed accessory power for audio, power door lock switch and moonroof switch illumination|
|25||10A*||LH low beam headlamp|
|27||5A*||Passenger Air Bag Deactivation (PAD) warning lamp, Cluster air bag warning lamp, Cluster RUN/START power|
|32||15A*||Vapor Management Valve (VMV), A/C clutch relay, Canister vent, Heated Exhaust Gas Oxygen (HEGO) sensors #11 and #21, CMCV, Mass Air Flow (MAF) sensor, VCT, Heated Positive Crankcase Ventilation (PCV) valve (4.2L engine), CID sensor (4.2L engine), 4.6L/4.2L EGR|
|35||20A*||Instrument cluster high beam indicator, High beam headlamps|
|36||10A*||Trailer tow right turn/stop lamps|
|105||30A**||Electric trailer brakes|
|106||30A**||Trailer tow battery charge|
|107||30A**||Power door locks (BSM)|
|401||30A Circuit breaker||Power windows, Moonroof, Power sliding backlite|
|R02||Full ISO relay||Accessory delay|
|R203||Half ISO relay||PCM|
Fuse Assignment of Auxiliary Relay Box
With Daytime Running Lamp (DRL) or 4×4 options
Without Daytime Running Lamp (DRL) or 4×4 options
|Fuse/Relay Location||Fuse Amp Rating||Auxiliary Relay Box Panel Description|
|R01||Full ISO Relay||4×4 CCW|
|R02||Full ISO Relay||4×4 CW|
|R03||V6 ISO Relay||Daytime Running Lamps (DRL) high beam disable|
Note: If you’re experiencing issues with your Ford F150’s climate control, such as improper heating or cooling, check out this guide on Ford F150 blend door actuator reset to understand why this is happening.
Knowledge of your 2006 Ford F150’s fuse box diagram and location is critical to maintaining the optimal functionality of its electrical system. I have discussed its significance as well as where you can locate it depending on the type of fuse panel.
I have also provided an overview of commonly assigned fuses and their purpose, so you may keep your fuse box as an important safety feature in mind and replace any blown ones with equivalent rating ones to prevent potential electrical hazards or issues.
Should electrical issues arise with your 2006 Ford F150, consulting its fuse box diagram is often the best way to resolve them quickly and save both time and money on costly repairs.