Fuses and relays Subaru Legacy (BE / BH; 1998-2003)

Subaru Legacy corresponds to the European class D. One of the main features is the Subaru boxer engines. The horizontally positioned powertrain significantly lowers the center of gravity for increased roadholding. Permanent all-wheel drive makes the car not only more passable in difficult road conditions, but also safer when driving actively. For the European market, the Legacy sedan was equipped with 2.0- and 2.5-liter naturally aspirated "fours" with a capacity of 125 and 156 hp, in combination with a manual or automatic transmission. 

The vehicle's power supply circuits are protected by fuses and relays. The elements are installed in blocks that are located in the engine compartment and in the passenger compartment. The diagrams of the Subaru Legacy (BE / BH) of the 3rd generation of 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 of release, as well as the Subaru Outback (BH) of the 2nd generation are considered.

In the passenger compartment

Fuse box located on the driver's side, at the bottom of the dashboard.

General view of the block.

Assigment of fuses in the passenger compartment
No. A Description
1 15 Heater fan
2 15
3 15 Central locking, central locking remote control system.
4 20 Legacy cigarette lighter fuse, electric side mirrors
5 10 Tail lamps
6 15 Airbag System (SRS)
7 15 Front fog lights
8 30 ABS solenoid valve
9 15 Radio tape recorder, clock
10 15 Trailer electrical connector
11 15 Ignition System, Airbag System (SRS)
12 10 Instrument Cluster Illumination Brightness
13 15 Gasoline pump
14 10 Rear door glass wiper and washer
15 30 Windshield wiper and washer
16 20 Stop lights
17 15 air conditioning
18 15 Reversing lights, cruise control. ABC.
19 20 Heated mirrors, defroster for windshield wiper blades
20 20 McIntosh audio system (if equipped, 3.0L models).
21 20 Heated front seats, accessory connector (3.0L models).

In the engine compartment

Fuse box located on the left side of the engine compartment, near the battery.

Photo is an example of execution.

No. A Decoding
1 20 (H4)
30 (H6)
Fuse for the main fan of the radiator of the cooling system
2 20 (H4)
30 (H6)
Fuse for additional cooling radiator fan
3 - Cooling fan relay (1)
4 - Air conditioner relay
5 - Main cooling fan relay (2) (H6) or auxiliary cooling radiator fan relay (H4)
6 - Additional cooling fan relay (1) (H6)
7 - Additional cooling fan relay (2) (H6) or fog lamp relay (H4)
8 - Horn relay
9 - Right headlight relay
10 - Left headlight relay
11 - 4WD and VDC disconnect connector (select models)
12 20 sound signal, alarm
13 15 clock, interior lighting switch
14 10 generator
15 10 automatic transmission control unit, ABS system.
16 15 Fuse for instrument cluster and airbag indicator (models up to 2003) or ignition relay (models from 2003)
17 15 Horn fuse; alarm; central locking control unit (models since 2003); the sensor for the presence of a key in the ignition lock (models from 2003).
18 20 Light switch fuse
19 10 (until 2003) 
15 (from 2003)
left headlight
20 15 right headlight; instrument cluster (models since 2003).
21 100 Main fuse-link
22 50 Fusible link of the relay block
23 50 Fusible link of the heater motor relay; fog lamp relay; ABS control unit; VDC pressure modulator.
24 50 Ignition lock fusible link
25 30 DLC connector; the engine control unit; immobilizer control unit; main relay.
26 30 Fusible insert of the central locking control unit; power window circuit breaker.
27 50 (with VDC)
30 (without VDC)
Fusible link of the ABS control unit; VDC pressure modulator.
28 30 McIntosh audio fusible link (select models)
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