Subaru Legacy (2005) – fuse box diagram

Subaru Legacy (2005) – fuse box diagram

Year of production: 2005

Fuse panel located in the passenger compartment

Subaru Legacy - fuse box -  passenger compartment
Subaru Legacy – fuse box – passenger compartment
Fuse Ampere rating [A] Circuit
1 20 Cargo fan, Trailer hitch connector
2
3 15 Door locking
4 15 Front wiper deicer relay, Moonroof
5 15 Combination meter
6 7,5 Remote control rear view mirrors,  Seat heater relay, Vanity mirror light
7 15 Combination meter, Integrated unit
8 20 Stop light
9 20 Mirror heater, Front wiper deicer
10 7,5 Power supply (Battery)
11 7,5 Turn signal unit, Clock
12 15 Automatic transmission unit, SRS airbag system (Sub), Engine control unit, Integrated unit
13 20 Cargo socket
14 15 Position light, Tail light, Rear combination light
15
16 15 Illumination
17 15 Seat heaters
18 10 Backup light
19 7,5 Headlight right side relay
20 10 Cigarette lighter socket
21 7,5 Starter relay
22 15 Air conditioner, Rear window defogger relay coil
23 15 Rear wiper, Rear window washer
24 15 Audio unit, Clock
25 15 SRS airbag system (Main)
26 15 Power window relay
27 15 Blower fan
28 15 Blower fan
29 15 Fog light
30 30 Front wiper, Front wiper washer
31 7,5 Auto air conditioner unit, Integrated unit
32 7,5 Headlight left side relay
33 7,5 ABS/Vehicle dynamics control unit

Fuse panel located in the engine compartment

Subaru Legacy - fuse box -  engine compartment
Subaru Legacy – fuse box – engine compartment
Fuse Ampere rating [A] Power consumer
1 30 ABS unit,  Vehicle dynamics control unit
2 25 Main fan
3 25 Sub fan (Except 3.0-liter models)
4 25 Main fan (3.0-liter models)
5 20
6 15 Headlight (right side)
7 15 Headlight (left side)
8 20 Backup light
9 15 Horn
10 25 Rear window defogger
11 15 Fuel pump
12 15 Automatic transmission control unit
13 7,5 Engine control unit
14 15 Turn and hazard warning flasher
15 20 Parking switch
16 7,5 Alternator
A FWD socket (AT vehicles – except Turbo models and 3.0-liter models)
B Main fuse

 

WARNING: Terminal and harness assignments for individual connectors will vary depending on vehicle equipment level, model, and market.