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Old 03-07-2006, 03:19 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Fuse & Wire Guide

Here's a list of fuses and location #'s.. hope this helps!

Updated: Also included wires & locations!


Under-Hood Fuse Box
1. 100A - Main Fuse
70A - EPS
2. 80A - Option
50A - Ignition Switch Main
3. 30A - ABS motor
30A - ABS F/S
4. 50A - Headlight Main
40A - Power Window Main
5. -- Not Used
6. 20A - Fan Motor
7. 30A - Main Fan Motor - A/T
20A - Main Fan Motor - M/T
8. 40A - Rear Defroster
9. 40A - Blower
10. 10A - Hazard
11. 15A - FI
12. 15A - Stop, Horn
13. -- Not Used
14. -- Not Used
15. 7.5A - Oil Level Sensor
16. -- Not Used
17. -- Not Used
18. 15A - Ignition Coil
19. 15A - FI Main
20. 7.5A - MG Clutch
21. 15A - DBW
22. 7.5A - Interior Light
23. 10A - Back Up


Interior Fuse Box
1. 7.5A - Power Window
2. 15A - Fuel Pump
3. 10A - IGI ACG
4. 7.5A - ABS
5. 15A - Audio Amp
6. 20A - Front Fog Lights
7. -- Not Used
8. -- Not Used
9. 7.5A - ODS
10. 7.5A - Meter
11. 10A - SRS
12. 10A - Right Headlights High Beam
13. 10A - Left Headlight High Beam
14. 7.5A - Small Lights (Int)
15. 7.5A - Small Lights (Ext)
16. 10A - Right Headlight Low Beam
17. 10A - Left Headlight Low Beam
18. 20A - Headlight High Beam Main
19. 15A - Small Lights Main
20. -- Not Used
21. 20A - Headlight Low Beam Main
22. -- Not Used
23. -- Not Used
24. 20A - Moonroof
25. 20A - Door Lock
26. 20A - Dr Power Window
27. 20A - HAC Option
28. 15A - Rear Accessory
29. 15A - Accessory
30. 20A - Fr Pass Power Window
31. -- Not Used
32. -- Not Used
33. -- Not Used
34. -- Not Used
35. 7.5A - Accessory, Radio
36. 10A - IG2 HAC
37. 7.5A - Daytime Running Lights
38. 30A - Front Wiper


Ignition Wires
White - Constant 12V
Blue - Ignition
Yellow - Starter
Accessory - Orange
Second Accessory - Red

Other Wires
Vehicle Speed Sensor (VSS) - Blue wire (next to purple) on Radio Harness

Power Lock - green (-) dr kick or MICU, 34 pin plug, pin 28
Power Unlock - gray (-) dr kick or MICU, 34 pin plug, pin 27

Parking Lights - red (+) dr kick or fuse box, top 42 pin plug
Parking Lights - gray or red (-) switch or MICU, 20 pin plug, pin 13

Door Trigger - see notes (-) ea kick or fuse box, top 42 pin plug
Notes: The LF door is green in pin 37. The RF door is lt. green in pin 3. The LR door is brown in pin 17. The RR door is gray in pin 2. Use all four wires and diode isolate each.

Hood Pin - lt. blue (-) pin sw or fuse box, mid 21 pin plug

Trunk/Hatch Pin - blue (-) dr kick or fuse box, top 42 pin plug
Trunk/Hatch Release - green (+) dr kick or fuse box, top 42 pin plug

Factory Alarm Arm - orange (-) dr kick or MICU, 34 pin plug, pin 32
Factory Alarm Disarm - brown (-) dr kick or MICU, 34 pin plug, pin 31

Brake Wire - lt. green (+) switch or fuse box, top 42 pin plug
Parking Brake - orange (4dr) or lt. blue (2dr) (-) parking brake switch

Horn Trigger - orange (-) switch or fuse box, rear 16 pin plug


DEI 689M

Main Harness
Green: (-) door trigger, tap this into the door trigger input on the brain of the alarm. (DIODE ISOLATE!)
Purple: not used.
Black/White: Connect to black/white on the brain of the alarm.
Dark Blue: (-) status input, hook up to a blue or blue/white status output on the brain of the alarm
Light Blue: (-) status output, probably not needed
Yellow: 12v+ Ignition
Red: 12v+ Constant
Black: Ground

2-pin harness
purple: to black ground wire @ clutch pedal (yellow switch)
black: to orange trigger wire @ clutch (yellow switch)
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Nice work unplugged.
And they are all mini type fuses? Haven't looked at all the fuses on my Si yet.
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great work, we can always count on you for good info unplugged!
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excellent write up - stuck the post.
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Nice work unplugged.
And they are all mini type fuses? Haven't looked at all the fuses on my Si yet.

Interior Fuse box is all mini's and underhood has some big ones..

The fuse listing is in your owners manual...but its nice to be able to find it here too incase you misplace your manual.

I needed a fuse location last night after blowing my accessory outlet.. so I figured it was a good idea to copy it onto the site
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Nice work unplugged.
And they are all mini type fuses? Haven't looked at all the fuses on my Si yet.
I have the 2006 Hybrid and hardwired my XM yesterday. The fuses under the dash are not your normal mini. They are slightly smaller. I had an Add-a-circuit for mini fuses which I was going to use and they were not the same size. Someone in another forum said he could only find the fuses at the dealer.
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i fit mini's in there fine.. honda suggests the same
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i fit mini's in there fine.. honda suggests the same
I finally found the fuses in the 2006 hybrid and they are called "low profile mini".

Did you have regular minis or did you put a replace a low profile mini with a regular mini? Maybe it is just a hybrid thing and the other Civics have normal, I can find them in the stores easily fuses.
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I finally found the fuses in the 2006 hybrid and they are called "low profile mini".

Did you have regular minis or did you put a replace a low profile mini with a regular mini? Maybe it is just a hybrid thing and the other Civics have normal, I can find them in the stores easily fuses.
just minis
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Got a question... I was installing my amp today and when I ran the remote wire i put it in the fuse box on the AUDIO AMP fuse box... well now I get a AIRBAG light when the car is on... what do I do and where can I plug my REMOTE WIRE?
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Got a question... I was installing my amp today and when I ran the remote wire i put it in the fuse box on the AUDIO AMP fuse box... well now I get a AIRBAG light when the car is on... what do I do and where can I plug my REMOTE WIRE?
either on the harness of the aftermarket radio or if you have a factory radio, there is a wiring diagram if you search for it.

or you can tap it into a 12v accessory outlet.
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Here's a list of fuses and location #'s.. hope this helps!


Under-Hood Fuse Box
1. 100A - Main Fuse
70A - EPS
2. 80A - Option
50A - Ignition Switch Main
3. 30A - ABS motor
30A - ABS F/S
4. 50A - Headlight Main
40A - Power Window Main
5. -- Not Used
6. 20A - Fan Motor
7. 30A - Main Fan Motor - A/T
20A - Main Fan Motor - M/T
8. 40A - Rear Defroster
9. 40A - Blower
10. 10A - Hazard
11. 15A - FI
12. 15A - Stop, Horn
13. -- Not Used
14. -- Not Used
15. 7.5A - Oil Level Sensor
16. -- Not Used
17. -- Not Used
18. 15A - Ignition Coil
19. 15A - FI Main
20. 7.5A - MG Clutch
21. 15A - DBW
22. 7.5A - Interior Light
23. 10A - Back Up


Interior Fuse Box
1. 7.5A - Power Window
2. 15A - Fuel Pump
3. 10A - IGI ACG
4. 7.5A - ABS
5. 15A - Audio Amp
6. 20A - Front Fog Lights
7. -- Not Used
8. -- Not Used
9. 7.5A - ODS
10. 7.5A - Meter
11. 10A - SRS
12. 10A - Right Headlights High Beam
13. 10A - Left Headlight High Beam
14. 7.5A - Small Lights (Int)
15. 7.5A - Small Lights (Ext)
16. 10A - Right Headlight Low Beam
17. 10A - Left Headlight Low Beam
18. 20A - Headlight High Beam Main
19. 15A - Small Lights Main
20. -- Not Used
21. 20A - Headlight Low Beam Main
22. -- Not Used
23. -- Not Used
24. 20A - Moonroof
25. 20A - Door Lock
26. 20A - Dr Power Window
27. 20A - HAC Option
28. 15A - Rear Accessory
29. 15A - Accessory
30. 20A - Fr Pass Power Window
31. -- Not Used
32. -- Not Used
33. -- Not Used
34. -- Not Used
35. 7.5A - Accessory, Radio
36. 10A - IG2 HAC
37. 7.5A - Daytime Running Lights
38. 30A - Front Wiper
Nice write up man, I actually used this info when I was out on the road and didn't have my manual around.
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no problem.. comes in handy except when your internet is down and you can't find your service manual/owners manual..lol
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I did an install this weekend on my Si and used the Interior fuse box Location 8. This location turns on/off with the ignition and is empty.
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Ok. So I have a few questions (for those that don't know, I'm terrible with wires and fuses).

Question number 1: When i'm installing my aftermarket fog lights, do I need to put a fuse into the #6 location? And will that only allow my fog lights to work when the low beams are on. (read in another post the guy set it up so they worked with parking lights/high beams/low beams.)

Question number 2: Cecil SI: The slot that is empty, does that mean you can say rig up like a neon. And after the wiring and what not you hook it all up and put the fuse in the #8 spot. So this would mean when you turn on the car the neon turns on and when you turn off the car the neon turns off?
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I suggest printing it out if you don't carry your owners manual arround. Mine came in handy again..
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Which are for the cig lighter and the extra one in the center concole?
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Are there no fuses for the brake and turn signal lights?
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I just got back from Florida, a 2800 mile round trip. I blew the ACC fuse with my cell phone charger (it's bad) and trying to find the fuses was a lost cause until I hit up a dealer. I picked up a hand full of all the sizes in case I pop another one on the road.

You should have seen the guys at Auto Zone when I showed then THAT little puker of a fuse and ask for one! LOL or I would have if it wasn't ME who needed it.

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BTW I got 41.7 MPG avg with the AC running and moving along at 75 MPH the whole way. I have a LX with the manual.
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I just got back from Florida, a 2800 mile round trip. I blew the ACC fuse with my cell phone charger (it's bad) and trying to find the fuses was a lost cause until I hit up a dealer. I picked up a hand full of all the sizes in case I pop another one on the road.

You should have seen the guys at Auto Zone when I showed then THAT little puker of a fuse and ask for one! LOL or I would have if it wasn't ME who needed it.

Birdie

BTW I got 41.7 MPG avg with the AC running and moving along at 75 MPH the whole way. I have a LX with the manual.
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