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Frequently asked fuse locations.

These seems to be frequently asked fuse locations.

The following diagrams shows different locations.

Older IPDM layout


Newer IPDM layout (black IPDM)


Location of IPDM and how to remove the IPDM to access lower row of fuses.


Fuse block (next to glove box)


Fuse and fusible link box (locate inside the IPDM box to the front)


Trailer running light:
Fuse #32 - 10A - IPDM
NOTE: The newer BLACK IPDM is label F4 on the IPDM itself but it's still #32 via the diagram.

Trailer left/right turn signal for 04-05 only
If you don't have turn signal to the trailer tow harness,
check by the BCM for two fuse holder (these get added if you have had the TSB done).
Picture of added fuses http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2471/...c98838.jpg?v=0
(Credit member SweetRide for the picture)

Trailer 12V accessory wire
Fusible link "j" - 30A - Fuse and fusible link
Fuse #51 - 10A - IPDM <<<This is to energize the relay only, it's the same fuse as reverse light.

Power port (aka cigarette lighter, cell phone charger)
Driver side #18 - fuse block
Passenger side #7 -fuse block
Center console #6 - fuse block
Bed #28 - fuse and fusible link box

Headlights
Low beam left #40 - 15A - IPDM
Low beam right #41 - 15A - IPDM
High beam left #35 - 10A - IPDM
High beam right #34 - 10A - IPDM

Stop lamp/brake light
Fuse #21 - 10A - Fuse block
This fuse also control the shifter lock, so if you can't get out of Park this fuse might be blown also.

Cargo light
Fuse #20 - 10A - Fuse block

Parking, license plate and tail lamp.
Fuse #37 - 10A - IPDM and/or
Fuse #53 - 20A - IPDM

Reverse/backup light
Fuse #51 - 10A - IPDM
Fuse #38 - 10A - IPDM <<<Reverse for trailer harness

Dome light/door puddle light
Fuse #22 - 15A - Fuse block

Illumination-back light for radio and A/C knob and cluster gauge
Fuse #19 - 10A - Fuse block
Fuse #14 - 10A - Fuse block

Switch lights/back light on all your switch
Fuse #36 - 10A - IPDM

Radio
Fuse #31 - 20A - Fuse and fusible link box(constance power)
Fuse #4 - 10A - Fuse block (Acc power)

Rear view mirror (Inside - auto dimming)
Fuse #12 - 10A - Fuse block

Power windows
-Front windows
Fuse #4 - 10A - Fuse Block
-Rear windows - Crew Cab
Fuse #14 - 10A - Fuse Block

Horn
Fuse #25 - 15A - Fuse and fusible link

Adjustable power pedals
Fuse #15 - 10A - Fuse Block
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Re: Frequently asked fuse locations.

is there a fuse for the airbags?


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Re: Frequently asked fuse locations.

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is there a fuse for the airbags?
The airbag diagnosis sensor unit is protected by fuse #13 in the fuse block(next to glove box).

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Re: Frequently asked fuse locations.

so if we pull that fuse then the whole airbag system will be shut down correct?


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Re: Frequently asked fuse locations.

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so if we pull that fuse then the whole airbag system will be shut down correct?
If you're working on the truck, best to unplug BOTH battery cable and wait 10 minutes.

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Re: Frequently asked fuse locations.

well....I want the system off is what Im going for. Pulling the fuse out would be easier then pulling the bags out. I dont want to the blow up when Im out tin the dirt or if I nerf someone. So it would be safer for me to have the system off


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Re: Frequently asked fuse locations.

Ok gotcha but I don't think it's s simple as pulling the fuse.

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Re: Frequently asked fuse locations.

Dang. So the next thing would be pull the bags out instead of the fuse you think?


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Re: Frequently asked fuse locations.

I don't know what pulling that fuse will do, I don't want to give you false info.

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Re: Frequently asked fuse locations.

Hello, new to this forum but not to forums in general. I did use the search function and came up short. I recently bought an 07 titan. It came with a key fob which doesn't work. I replaced the battery and tried the programing by putting keyy in and out till lights flash. they never flashed...so I'm wondering if it's the receiver. there are posts about this part as in it is part of the tpms and so on. My question is this, is there a fuse for it? And I would realy like to know exactly under the dash it is located. I've already read that it is near the pass side airbag, but I would like to look at it to see if there are wires unpluged or something else visualy wrong with it. Any help would be apreciated.
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Re: Frequently asked fuse locations.

are the power seats run by some kind of fuse? both of them just stop working and the same time that the map lights and power pedals

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Re: Frequently asked fuse locations.

Don't forget the two bastard fuses under the drivers kick panel on the older titans. I believe that they were part of the bcm harness recall and were put in without any additional documentation being added to the manual.

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Don't forget the two bastard fuses under the drivers kick panel on the older titans. I believe that they were part of the bcm harness recall and were put in without any additional documentation being added to the manual.

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I didn't forget them. It's posted in the OP.

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Re: Frequently asked fuse locations.

Is there a relay/fuse for the ABS controller??? Cant seem to find it??
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Re: Frequently asked fuse locations.

I bought my Titan in Dec 07 and after years of pulling boat and utility trailers I finally blew the #32 fuse. Thanks to the knowledgeable members of Titan Talk I solved my issue quickly. EXTRA thanks to 'Baseball" for taking the time to upload the diagrams. This forum is great!
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