Lincoln Mark VI (1980 – 1983) – fuse box diagram

Lincoln Mark VI (1980 – 1983) – fuse box diagram

Year of production: 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983

Fuse box diagram

Lincoln Mark VI - fuse box diagram
Lincoln Mark VI – fuse box diagram

Protected Component
1 5 Instrument panel lights
2 10 Warning lights, seat belt chimes and air bag warning light
3 4 Automatic headlight dimmer
4 20 Horn and instrument panel cigar lighter
5 30 Circuit Breaker: Power door locks and seats
7 15 Courtesy lights, clock feed, miles to empty, seat back latch control, key warning buzzer, garage door opener, autolamp system, keyless entry, illuminated entry, visor mirror light and door cigar lighters
8 15 Tail, license, parking and side marker lights, electronic cluster display dimmer on electronic dashboard models
9 10 Electric heated rear view mirrors, rear window defogger indicator lamp on electronic dashboard models
10 20 Radio, power antenna and CB radio
11 20 Number 1 accessory feed, deck lid release, cornering light relay, speed control, heated rear window and air conditioning clutch, electronic instrument cluster and module on electronic dashboard models
12 25 Circuit Breaker: Windshield wiper/washer
13 15 Stop and hazard warning lights
14 15 Number 2 accessory feed, turn signal and back-up lights, trailer towing relays and air bag module
15 30 Heater and automatic temperature control blower
16 10 Tail, parking, side marker, coach and license lights on electronic dashboard models only
17 20 Circuit Breaker: Sun roof, door power window, keyless entry, illuminate entry
Circuit Breaker:

  • 18 Amp. — Integral with headlight switch to protect headlight circuit
  • 20 Amp. — Located at starter relay to protect power windows

Fusible Links:

Fusible links are located in wiring harness at starter motor relay to protect heated rear window, trailer towing brakes and lights, electronic instrument cluster power feed and air bag power feed.

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