2007 Honda Civic Fuse Diagram
Here you can find 2007 Honda Civic fuse diagram with details and pictures. The diagram is taken right away from the 2007 Honda Civic owner’s manual therefore it will be 100% accurate. It is very useful for all the Honda Civic owners to sort out which fuse is not working if something wrong with the car. For example, if the cigarette lighter is not working (without current), mostly is the fuse 29 burned and the car just need a fuse replacement. Sometimes, it just a cheap fuse burned and that don’t even cost a dollar to fix the problem. You can try to work it out on your own before sending your car to the dealer if it is just small problem.
The fuse diagram here is taken from 2007 Honda Civic. However, all eight generation Honda Civic model almost has the similar fuse diagram. Therefore, this can be used as guidance for 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, and 2011 Honda Civic. If you would like to get the fuse diagram for 1992 to 2000 Honda Civic, click here Honda Civic fuse diagram.
There are two main fuse boxes in the car, one is under the car hood and another one is inside the car located at the right bottom of the car steering. The one shown here is the fuse box inside the car where it operates most of the electronics such as airbags, head lights, signal lights, power windows, car stereo, and among others.
2007 Honda Civic Fuse Diagram
Fuse no 1: Power Window. If all power windows are not working, check this fuse.
Fuse no 2: Engine Warning Light/Ignition Control Module
Fuse no 3: IG1 ACG
Fuse no 4: ABS/VSA
Fuse no 5: Car Seat Heater. Only some models have this function.
Fuse no 6: Fog Lamps. Check if the fog lamps is not working.
Fuse no 7: Not Used
Fuse no 8: Not Used
Fuse no 9: Seat Memory. Only some models have this function.
Fuse no 10: Gauge lights, dash lights, and indicator lights
Fuse no 11: SRS Airbags
Fuse no 12: Right Headlight (High Beam)
Fuse no 13: Left Headlight (High Beam), high beam indicator light
Fuse no 14: Interior Lights
Fuse no 15: Parking lights, taillights, license plate lights
Fuse no 16: Right Headlight (Low Beam)
Fuse no 17: Left Headlight (Low Beam)
Fuse no 18: Main Headlight (High Beam)
Fuse no 19: Headlight
Fuse no 20: Rear Fog Lamps
Fuse no 21: Main Headlight (Low Beam)
Fuse no 22: IG1 HAC
Fuse no 23: STS
Fuse no 24: Sunroof or Moonroof (Only for some models)
Fuse no 25: Auto-lock
Fuse no 26: Driver’s Power Window Motor
Fuse no 27: Not Used
Fuse no 28: Not Used
Fuse no 29: Cigarette Lighter/Accessory socket (ACC)
Fuse no 30: Front Passenger Seat Power Window
Fuse no 31: Wiper Cleaner Lights
Fuse no 32: Right Rear Power Window Motor
Fuse no 33: Left Rear Power Window Motor
Fuse no 34: Not Used
Fuse no 35: Car Stereo, Audio Unit.
Fuse no 36: IG2 HAC
Fuse no 37: Daytime Running Lights
Fuse no 38: Windshield Wiper Motor, Windsheild Washer Motor.
2007 Honda Civic Fuse Diagram – This fuse box is located at the bottom of the car steering.
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