Fuses and relays Subaru Tribeca (B9; 2005-2014)

Originally created for the American market, the Tribeca became the first crossover of the Japanese company Subaru. The premiere of the model took place in January 2005. Externally, the car has a modern design, as well as a large space in the cabin. The crossover is capable of accommodating five to seven people. Tribeca has a proprietary all-wheel drive, without which it is impossible to imagine a Subaru car. The solid appearance is combined with a swift profile, which is responsible for the strongly sloping A-pillar, the roofline sloping towards the rear of the car, as well as the short C-pillar and the far-extended rear spoiler lip. The side mirrors are equipped with direction indicators and are large in size,

The power circuits of the Japanese car are protected by fuses and relays. The elements are installed in blocks that are located in the engine compartment and in the passenger compartment. Considered diagrams Subaru Tribeca (B9) 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 release.

In the passenger compartment

Fuse box

Located at the bottom, on the driver's side of the dashboard, behind a plastic cover.

General view of the block.

Fuse diagram in the Tribeca cabin block
No. Description A
F1 Trailer connection 20
F2 Empty -
F3 Door locks 15
F4 Windscreen defroster relay Sunroof 7.5
F5 Combined counter 7.5
  • Remote control of rear view mirrors
  • Seat heating
  • Combined counter
  • Integrated element
F8 Stop lamps 15
  • Heated mirrors
  • Heated windshield
F10 Connector for additional equipment 7.5
F11 Direction indicators and hazard warning lights 7.5
  • Automatic transmission
  • Airbags (SRS)
  • Engine management
  • Integrated element
F13 Accessory Power Connectors 20
F14 Front / rear lamps 15
F15 Empty -
F16 Lighting 10
F17 Seat heater 15
F18 Reversing lights 10
F19 Right headlight 7.5
F20 Empty -
F21 Launch system 7.5
F22 Air conditioning 15
F23 Rear wiper Rear window washer 15
F24 Audio system 15
F25 SRS system 15
F26 power windows (relay) 7.5
F27 Rear fan 15
F28 15
F29 Fog lights 15
F30 Windshield wiper / washer 30
F31 Automatic Robot Air Conditioner 7.5
F32 Left headlamp 7.5
F33 ABS / ESP system 7.5

Relay box

Located to the right of the fuse box.

No. Decoding  A
F1 Engine management system 15
F2 Windshield wiper / washer 15
F3 Empty -
F4 Empty -
1 fog lights
2 starter
3 electric windows
4 accessory power connector
5 rear fog lights
6 mirror heater
7 windshield heater
8 seat heater

In the engine compartment

Fuse box located near the battery.

General view of the block.

No. Description A
F1 Generator 120
F2 ABS / ESP system 30
F3 Cooling fan motor 25
F4 25
F5 25
F6 Accessory power connector, Tribeca cigarette lighter fuse 20
F7 Spare 15
F8 Left headlight 15
F9 ABS / ESP system 50
F10 Spare 20
F11 Spare 30
F12 Engine controle module 30
F13 - 50
F14 - 50
F15 - 30
F16 Ignition Lock Chains 50
F17 - 50
F18 Horn 15
F19 - 25
F20 Fuel pump 15
F21 Electronic gearbox control unit 15
F22 - 7.5
F23 - 15
F24 Front / rear lamps 20
F25 Generator  
F26 - 50
F27 Engine management system 30
F28 Empty -
F29 Empty -
F30 Empty -
F31 Empty -
1 Empty
2 Headlight relay
4 rear window heater
5 rear parking lights
6 sound signal
7 Empty
8 Empty
9 Empty
10 Empty
11 Empty
12 air conditioning system
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