Although the Subaru Forester is comparatively small, its handling and driving qualities inherited from the sporty Legacy and Impreza, coupled with the excellent all-wheel drive provided by the proprietary all-wheel drive system, made this car one of the hits. In the US market, the Forester was introduced in 1997 as a lighter and more compact alternative to sport utility vehicles. All models for the American market were equipped with a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder boxer engine only.
The power supply circuits of the Japanese crossover are protected by fuses. The elements are installed in blocks that are located in the engine compartment and in the passenger compartment. Considered fuse diagrams Subaru Forester (SF) 1st generation 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 and 2002 release.
In the engine compartment
Fuse box located near the battery. The location is shown in the picture above.
Description of fuses
Radiator cooling fan (main)
Radiator cooling fan (sub)
Heated rear window
Hazard Alert, Horn
Indicator, SRS airbag warning light
Automatic transmission control unit
Headlight (right side)
Headlight (left side)
Clock, Interior lighting
In the passenger compartment
Fuse box located on the driver's side at the bottom of the dashboard.