This full-size crossover with a large eight-seater saloon was unveiled by Honda at the 2002 Detroit Auto Show. Unlike the Passport model based on the Isuzu Rodeo, this is the company's own development. The car was built on the same platform as the Acura MDX, but based on a more classic off-road styling. In this material, we will analyze in detail the fuse circuits for Honda Pilot (YF1 body) 1st generation 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 release.
Arrangement of control units: 1 - MULTIPLEX control unit on the driver's side, 2 - auxiliary fuse holders, 3 - sunroof closing relay, 4 - fog lamp relay, 5 - audio system rear amplifier relay (models up to 2004 with "BOSE" audio system), 6 - control unit automatic lighting systems, 7 - daytime lighting control unit (Canadian models), 8 - main injection system relay # 1 and main injection system relay # 2, 9 - tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) unit (models from 2004 .), 10 - rear heater fan motor relay, 11 - seat heater relay, 12 - size relay, 13 - fuse block under the dashboard on the driver's side, 17 - sunroof opening relay
#13 on the picture.
#2 on the picture.
Location of control units. 18 - selector lock solenoid valve relay, 19 - throttle position control unit relay, 20 - air-fuel ratio sensor relay, 21 - audio system amplifier (models from 2004 with "BOSE" audio system), 22 - air conditioning electronic control unit, 23 - receiver for central locking remote control system, 24 - rear window defogger relay, 25 - fuse block under the dashboard on the front passenger side, 26 - MULTIPLEX control unit on the front passenger side, 27 - power window relay, 28 - auxiliary equipment power socket relay , 29 - electronic control unit SRS, 30 - front amplifier of the audio system (models up to 2004), 31 - ignition coil relay.
#25 on the picture.
- 1 - powertrain control unit,
- 2 - 10: relay in the main fuse box.
- 11 - control unit for the stability control system,
- 12 - additional fuse box in the engine compartment,
- 16 - relay block in the engine compartment.
#2-10 on the picture above.
#12 on the picture.