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The 2013 Infiniti Q premium sedan was unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show, the first model to be named after the brand's changed naming strategy. The Q replaces the Infiniti G series and embodies the company's new design direction.
Considered fuse diagrams Infiniti Q50 / Q60 (V36) 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 year of release.
In the engine compartment
There are two boxes and one power board on the battery.
Fuse box #1
Fuse box #2
|65||Anti-theft horn relay||10|
|67||Accelerator Pedal Position Sensor, Intelligent Cruise Control (ICC)||10|
|68||Transmission control module (TCM)||10|
|70||All-wheel drive control unit (AWD)||10|
|72||Daytime running light relay||10|
|G||Direct Adaptive Steering: Power steering control unit||60|
|H||Direct Adaptive Steering: Additional steering wheel control unit||100|
|J||Direct Adaptive Steering: Steering wheel control unit||100|
|M||Body Electronics Module (BCM), Circuit Breaker (Driver's Seat Adaptation System, Power Seat)||40|
|O||Cooling fan relay # 1||50|
|P||Variable valve timing system (VVEL)||50|
|Q||Pre-crash belt tensioner system (passenger side))||30|
|R||Ignition relay (fuses "11", "12", "13", "14", "22")||30|
|S||Pre-crash seat belt pretensioner system (driver's side)||30|
|R2||Cooling system fan No. 1|
|R3||Daytime Running Lights|
|R4||Anti-theft alarm sound|
Power fuse panel
Located on the battery.
In the passenger compartment
Fuse box located at the driver's feet at the bottom behind a plastic cover.
|R1||Heated rear window|
|R3||12V Power Sockets|