Lincoln MKZ - 2016 Fuse Box Diagram

Lincoln MKZ - 2016 Fuse Box Diagram

PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION
WARNINGS
Airbags do not inflate slowly or gently,
and the risk of injury from a deploying
airbag is the greatest close to the trim
covering the airbag module.
All occupants of your vehicle, including
the driver, should always properly wear
their safety belts, even when an airbag
supplemental restraint system is provided.
Failure to properly wear your safety belt
could seriously increase the risk of injury or
death.
Always transport children 12 years old
and under in the back seat and always
properly use appropriate child restraints.
Failure to follow this could seriously increase
the risk of injury or death.
Never place your arm over the airbag
module as a deploying airbag can
result in serious arm fractures or other
injuries.
WARNINGS
Airbags can kill or injure a child in a
child seat. Never place a rear-facing
child seat in front of an active airbag. If you
must use a forward-facing child seat in the
front seat, move the seat upon which the
child seat is installed all the way back.
Do not attempt to service, repair, or
modify the airbag supplemental
restraint systems or its fuses as you could
be seriously injured or killed. Contact your
authorized dealer as soon as possible.
Several airbag system components get
hot after inflation. To reduce the risk
of injury, do not touch them after inflation.
If the airbag has deployed, the airbag
will not function again and must be
replaced immediately. If the airbag is not
replaced, the unrepaired area will increase
the risk of injury in a crash.
The airbags are a supplemental restraint
system and are designed to work with the
safety belts to help protect the driver and
right front passenger from certain upper
body injuries. Airbags do not inflate slowly;
there is a risk of injury from a deploying
airbag.
Note:
You will hear a loud bang and see a
cloud of harmless powdery residue if an
airbag deploys. This is normal.
The airbags inflate and deflate rapidly upon
activation. After airbag deployment, it is
normal to notice a smoke-like, powdery
residue or smell the burnt propellant. This
may consist of cornstarch, talcum powder (to
lubricate the bag) or sodium compounds (for
example, baking soda) that result from the
combustion process that inflates the airbag.
Small amounts of sodium hydroxide may be
present which may irritate the skin and eyes,
but none of the residue is toxic.
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Supplementary Restraints System
on the floor. Sitting improperly can increase
the chance of injury in a crash event. For
example, if an occupant slouches, lies down,
turns sideways, sits forward, leans forward
or sideways, or puts one or both feet up, the
chance of injury during a crash is greatly
increased.
The conditions listed above may cause the
weight of a properly seated occupant to be
incorrectly interpreted by the front passenger
sensing system. The person in the front
passenger seat may appear heavier or lighter
due to the conditions described in the list
above.
To know if the front passenger
sensing system is operating
properly,
See
Crash Sensors and
Airbag Indicator
(page 52).
Do not attempt to repair or service the
system. Take your vehicle immediately to an
authorized dealer.
If it is necessary to modify an advanced front
airbag system to accommodate a person
with disabilities, contact the Ford Customer
Relationship Center.
See
Getting the
Services You Need
(page 256).
SIDE AIRBAGS
WARNINGS
Do not place objects or mount
equipment on or near the airbag cover,
on the side of the seatbacks (of the front
seats), or in front seat areas that may come
into contact with a deploying airbag. Failure
to follow these instructions may increase the
risk of personal injury in the event of a crash.
Do not use accessory seat covers. The
use of accessory seat covers may
prevent the deployment of the side airbags
and increase the risk of injury in an accident.
Do not lean your head on the door. The
side airbag could injure you as it
deploys from the side of the seatback.
Do not attempt to service, repair, or
modify the airbag, its fuses or the seat
cover on a seat containing an airbag as you
could be seriously injured or killed. Contact
your authorized dealer as soon as possible.
WARNINGS
If the side airbag has deployed, the
airbag will not function again. The side
airbag system (including the seat) must be
inspected and serviced by an authorized
dealer. If the airbag is not replaced, the
unrepaired area will increase the risk of injury
in a crash.
The side airbags are located on the outboard
side of the seatbacks of the front seats. In
certain sideways crashes, the airbag on the
side affected by the crash will be inflated.
The airbag was designed to inflate between
the door panel and occupant to further
enhance the protection provided occupants
in side impact crashes.
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Supplementary Restraints System
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The system consists of the following:
A label or embossed side panel
indicating that side airbags are fitted to
your vehicle.
Side airbags located inside the driver and
front passenger seatbacks.
Front passenger sensing system.
·Crash sensors and monitoring
system with readiness indicator.
See
Crash Sensors and Airbag
Indicator
(page 52).
Note:
The passenger sensing system will
deactivate the passenger seat-mounted side
airbag if it detects an empty passenger seat.
The design and development of the side
airbag system included recommended
testing procedures that were developed by
a group of automotive safety experts known
as the Side Airbag Technical Working Group.
These recommended testing procedures
help reduce the risk of injuries related to the
deployment of side airbags.
DRIVER AND PASSENGER KNEE
AIRBAGS
Driver and passenger knee airbags are
located under or within the instrument panel.
During a crash, the restraints control module
may activate the driver and passenger knee
airbags (individually or both) based on crash
severity and respective occupant conditions.
Under certain crash and occupant conditions,
the driver and passenger knee airbags may
deploy (individually or both) but the
corresponding front airbag may not activate.
As with front and side airbags, it is important
to be properly seated and restrained to
reduce the risk of death or serious injury.
Make sure the knee airbags are
operating properly.
See
Crash
Sensors and Airbag Indicator
(page 52).
SIDE CURTAIN AIRBAGS
WARNINGS
Do not place objects or mount
equipment on or near the headliner at
the siderail that may come into contact with
a deploying side curtain airbag. Failure to
follow these instructions may increase the
risk of personal injury in the event of a crash.
Do not lean your head on the door. The
side curtain airbag could injure you as
it deploys from the headliner.
Do not attempt to service, repair, or
modify the side curtain airbags, its
fuses, the A, B, or C pillar trim, or the
headliner on a vehicle containing side curtain
airbags. Contact your authorized dealer as
soon as possible.
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Supplementary Restraints System
12 Volt DC Power Point
WARNING
Do not plug optional electrical
accessories into the cigar lighter
socket (if equipped). Improper use of the
lighter can cause damage not covered by
your warranty, and can result in fire or
serious injury.
Note:
If you use this feature when the engine
is not running, then the battery discharges.
There may be insufficient power to restart
your engine.
Note:
Do not insert objects other than an
accessory plug into the power point. This
damages the outlet and blows the fuse.
Note:
Do not hang any type of accessory or
accessory bracket from the plug.
Note:
Do not use the power point over the
vehicle capacity of 12 volt DC 180 watts or
a fuse may blow.
Note:
Do not use the power point for
operating a cigar lighter element.
Note:
Improper use of the power point can
cause damage not covered by your
warranty.
Note:
Always keep the power point caps
closed when not in use.
Run the engine for full capacity use of the
power point. To prevent the battery from
discharging:
Do not use the power point longer than
necessary when the engine is not
running.
Do not leave devices plugged in
overnight or when the vehicle is in park
(P) for extended periods of time.
Locations
You may find power points:
On the center console.
Inside the center console storage bin.
On the rear of the center console.
110 Volt AC Power Point and Twisting
Auxiliary Cover
(If Equipped)
WARNING
Do not keep electrical devices plugged
in the power point whenever the
device is not in use. Do not use any
extension cord with the 110 volt AC power
point, since it will defeat the safety protection
design. Doing so may cause the power point
to overload due to powering multiple devices
that can reach beyond the 150 watt load limit
and could result in fire or serious injury.
Note:
The power point turns off when you
switch the ignition off or the battery voltage
drops below 11 volts.
Note:
If your vehicle is equipped with 110Volt
AC power point and auxiliary twisting cover,
please follow the instructions below for
plugging in devices.
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Auxiliary Power Points
TOWING A TRAILER
WARNINGS
Do not exceed the GVWR or the
GAWR specified on the certification
label.
Towing trailers beyond the
maximum recommended gross
trailer weight exceeds the limit of your
vehicle and could result in engine
damage, transmission damage,
structural damage, loss of vehicle
control, vehicle rollover and personal
injury.
Note:
There may be electrical items
such as fuses or relays that can affect
trailer towing operation.
See
Fuses
(page 263).
The load capacity of your vehicle is
designated by weight not volume. You
may not necessarily be able to use all
available space when loading your
vehicle or trailer.
Towing a trailer places extra load on the
engine, transmission, axle, brakes, tires,
and suspension. Inspect these
components before, during and after
towing.
Load Placement
To help minimize how trailer movement
affects the vehicle when driving:
Load the heaviest items closest to
the trailer floor.
Load the heaviest items in the center
of the left and right side trailer tires.
Load the heaviest items above the
trailer axles or just slightly forward
toward the trailer tongue. Do not
allow the final trailer tongue weight
to go above or below 10-15% of the
loaded trailer weight.
Select a tow bar with the correct rise
or drop. When both the loaded
vehicle and trailer are connected, the
trailer frame should be level, or
slightly angled down toward the
vehicle, when viewed from the side.
When driving with a trailer or payload, a
slight takeoff vibration or shudder may
be present due to the increased payload
weight. Additional information regarding
proper trailer loading and setting your
vehicle up for towing is located in the
Load Carrying chapter.
See
Load Limit
(page 231).
You can also find information in the
RV
& Trailer Towing Guide
available at your
authorized dealer, or online.
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Towing
Park the booster vehicle close to the hood
of the disabled vehicle, making sure the two
vehicles do not touch.
Connecting the Jumper Cables
WARNINGS
Do not attach the cables to fuel lines,
engine rocker covers, the intake
manifold or electrical components as
grounding points. Stay clear of moving parts.
To avoid reverse polarity connections, make
sure that you correctly identify the positive
(+) and negative (-) terminals on both the
disabled and booster vehicles before
connecting the cables.
Do not attach the end of the positive
cable to the studs or L-shaped eyelet
located above the positive (+) terminal of
your vehicle’s battery. High current may flow
through and cause damage to the fuses.
Do not connect the end of the second
cable to the negative (-) terminal of the
battery to be jumped. A spark may cause an
explosion of the gases that surround the
battery.
Note:
In the illustration, the bottom vehicle
represents the booster vehicle.
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2
1
3
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1.
Connect the positive (+) jumper cable to
the positive (+) terminal of the discharged
battery.
2.
Connect the other end of the positive (+)
cable to the positive (+) terminal of the
booster vehicle battery.
3.
Connect the negative (-) cable to the
negative (-) terminal of the booster
vehicle battery.
4.
Make the final connection of the negative
(-) cable to an exposed metal part of the
stalled vehicle's engine, away from the
battery and the fuel injection system, or
connect the negative (-) cable to a ground
connection point if available.
Jump Starting
1.
Start the engine of the booster vehicle
and rev the engine moderately, or press
the accelerator gently to keep your
engine speed between 2000 and 3000
RPM, as shown in your tachometer.
2.
Start the engine of the disabled vehicle.
3.
Once the disabled vehicle has been
started, run both vehicle engines for an
additional three minutes before
disconnecting the jumper cables.
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Roadside Emergencies
FUSE SPECIFICATION CHART
Power Distribution Box
WARNINGS
Always disconnect the battery before
servicing high-current fuses.
WARNINGS
To reduce risk of electrical shock,
always replace the cover to the power
distribution box before reconnecting the
battery or refilling fluid reservoirs.
The power distribution box is in the engine
compartment. It has high-current fuses that
protect your vehicle's main electrical systems
from overloads.
If you disconnect and reconnect the battery,
you will need to reset some features.
See
Changing the 12V Battery
(page 297).
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Fuses
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264
Fuses
Protected components
Fuse amp rating
Fuse or relay number
Wide open panoramic roof 1.
30A
3
1
Starter relay.
-
2
Rain sensor.
15A
1
3
Blower motor relay.
-
4
Power point 3 - Back of console.
20A
3
5
Not used.
-
6
Powertrain control module - vehicle power 1.
20A
1
7
Powertrain control module - vehicle power 2.
20A
1
8
Powertrain control module relay.
-
9
Power point 1 - driver front.
20A
3
10
Powertrain control module - vehicle power 4.
15A
2
11
Powertrain control module - vehicle power 3.
15A
2
12
265
Fuses
Protected components
Fuse amp rating
Fuse or relay number
Powertrain control module - vehicle power 5.
10A
2
13
Powertrain control module - vehicle power 6.
10A
2
14
Run-start relay.
-
15
Power point 2 - console.
20A
3
16
Not used.
-
17
Not used.
-
18
Run-start electronic power assist steering.
10A
1
19
Run-start lighting.
10A
1
20
Run-start transmission control.
15A
1
21
Transmission oil pump start-stop.
Air conditioner clutch solenoid.
10A
1
22
Run-start: blind spot information system, rear view camera,
adaptive cruise control, heads-up display, shifter.
15A
1
23
Voltage stability module.
Not used.
-
24
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Fuses
Protected components
Fuse amp rating
Fuse or relay number
Run-start anti-lock brake system.
10A
2
25
Run-start powertrain control module.
10A
2
26
Not used.
-
27
Not used.
-
28
Mass air flow monitor.
5A
1
29
Not used.
-
30
Not used.
-
31
Electronic fan #1 relay.
-
32
Air conditioner clutch relay.
-
33
Not used.
-
34
Not used.
-
35
Not used.
-
36
Not used.
-
37
Electronic fan 2 relay.
-
38
Electronic fan coil 2 and 3 relay.
-
39
267
Fuses
Protected components
Fuse amp rating
Fuse or relay number
Horn relay.
-
40
Not used.
-
41
Fuel pump relay coil.
-
42
Not used.
-
43
Not used.
-
44
Not used.
-
45
Not used.
46
Not used.
47
Not used.
48
Keep-alive power.
10A
1
49
Horn.
20A
1
50
Not used.
-
51
Not used.
-
52
Power seats.
10A
1
53
268
Fuses
Protected components
Fuse amp rating
Fuse or relay number
Brake on-off switch.
10A
2
54
Alt sensor.
10A
2
55
1
Micro fuse.
2
Dual micro fuse.
3
M-type fuse.
Power Distribution Box - Bottom
There are fuses located on the bottom of the
fuse box. To access the bottom of the fuse
box, do the following:
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1.
Release the two latches, located on both
sides of the fuse box.
2.
Raise the inboard side of the fuse box
from the cradle.
3.
Move the fuse box toward the center of
the engine compartment.
4.
Pivot the outboard side of the fuse box
to access the bottom side.
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Fuses
E190798
271
Fuses
Protected components
Fuse amp rating
Fuse or relay number
Not used.
56
Diesel vaporizer or E100.
20A
1
57
Fuel pump feed.
30A
1
58
Electronic fan 3.
30A
2
59
Electronic fan 1.
30A
2
60
Not used.
-
61
Body control module 1.
50A
2
62
Electronic fan 2.
25A
1
63
Not used.
-
64
Front heated seat.
20A
1
65
Not used.
-
66
Body control module 2.
50A
2
67
272
Fuses
Protected components
Fuse amp rating
Fuse or relay number
Heated rear window.
40A
1
68
Anti-lock brake system valves.
30A
1
69
Passenger seat.
30A
1
70
Not used.
-
71
Transmission oil pump.
20A
1
72
Rear climate controlled seats.
20A
1
73
Driver seat module.
30A
1
74
Wiper motor 1.
25A
1
75
Power lift gate module.
30A
1
76
Front climate controlled seats.
30A
1
77
Trailer tow module.
40A
1
78
Blower motor.
40A
2
79
273
Fuses
Protected components
Fuse amp rating
Fuse or relay number
Wiper motor 2.
25A
1
80
Inverter.
40A
1
81
Not used.
82
TRCM shifter.
20A
1
83
Starter solenoid.
30A
1
84
Wide open panoramic roof 2.
30A
1
85
Not used.
-
86
Anti-lock brake system pump.
60A
2
87
1
M-type fuse.
2
J-type fuse.
Passenger Compartment Fuse Panel
The fuse panel is under the instrument panel
to the left of the steering column.
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Fuses
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275
Fuses
Protected components
Fuse amp rating
Fuse or relay number
Lighting (ambient, glove box, vanity, dome, trunk).
10A
1
1
Memory seats, Lumbar, Power mirror.
7.5A
1
2
Driver door unlock.
20A
1
3
Not used (spare).
5A
1
4
Subwoofer amplifier.
20A
1
5
Heated seat relay coil.
10A
2
6
Not used (spare).
10A
2
7
Not used (spare).
10A
2
8
Not used (spare).
10A
2
9
Power trunk logic.
5A
2
10
Keypad.
Cellphone passport module.
276
Fuses
Protected components
Fuse amp rating
Fuse or relay number
Not used (spare).
5A
2
11
Climate control, Gear shift.
7.5A
2
12
Steering wheel column.
7.5A
2
13
Cluster.
Datalink logic.
Battery electronic control module.
10A
2
14
Datalink-Gateway module.
10A
2
15
Trunk release.
15A
1
16
Child lock.
Tracking and blocking.
5A
2
17
Ignition.
5A
2
18
Push button stop-start.
Passenger-airbag-disabled indicator.
7.5A
2
19
Transmission range.
Adaptive headlamps.
7.5A
2
20
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Fuses
Protected components
Fuse amp rating
Fuse or relay number
Humidity and in-car temperature sensor.
5A
2
21
Occupant classification sensor.
5A
2
22
Delayed accessory (power inverter, smart window, driver-
window switch).
10A
1
23
Central lock-unlock.
20A
1
24
Driver door (window, mirror).
30A
1
25
Front passenger door (window, mirror).
30A
1
26
Moonroof.
30A
1
27
Amplifier.
20A
1
28
Rear driver side door (window).
30A
1
29
Rear passenger side door (window).
30A
1
30
Not used (spare).
15A
1
31
278
Fuses
Protected components
Fuse amp rating
Fuse or relay number
GPS.
10A
1
32
Voice control.
Adaptive cruise control.
Radio frequency receiver.
Display.
Radio.
20A
1
33
Active noise control.
CD changer.
Run-start bus (fuse #19, 20, 21, 22, 35, 36, 37, circuit breaker).
30A
1
34
Restraints control module.
5A
1
35
Continuous control damping suspension module.
15A
1
36
Auto dimming rear view mirror.
Rear heated seats.
Heated steering wheel.
15A
1
37
All wheel drive.
Not used (spare).
30A
38
1
Micro fuse.
2
Dual micro fuse.
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Fuses
CHANGING A FUSE
Fuses
WARNING
You must replace a failed fuse with one
that has the specified amperage rating.
If you use a fuse with a higher amperage
rating, you may cause severe wire damage
and may start a fire.
E142430
A fuse may fail if electrical components in
the vehicle are not properly working. A
broken wire inside the fuse indicates a failed
fuse. Check the appropriate fuses before
replacing any electrical components.
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Fuses