Hyundai Santa Fe (SM; 2001-2006) fuses and relays


In this article, we consider the first-generation Hyundai Santa Fe (SM), produced from 2001 to 2006. Here you will find fuse box diagrams of Hyundai Santa Fe 2004, 2005 and 2006, get information about the location of the fuse panels inside the car, and learn about the assignment of each fuse (fuse layout) and relay.

Fuse Layout Hyundai Santa Fe 2001-2006

Information from the owner’s manuals of 2004, 2005 and 2006 is used. The location and function of fuses in cars produced at other times may differ.

Cigar lighter (power outlet) fuse in the Hyundai Santa Fe is the fuse #F1 in the Instrument panel fuse box.

Fuse box location

Instrument panel

The fuse box is located in the instrument panel (on the driver’s side), behind the cover.The location of the fuses in the passenger compartment: Hyundai Santa Fe (SM; 2001-2006)

Engine compartment

The fuse box is located in the engine compartment (left-side).The location of the fuses in the engine compartment: Hyundai Santa Fe (SM; 2001-2006)

Inside the fuse/relay panel covers, you can find the label describing fuse/relay name and capacity. Not all fuse panel descriptions in this manual may be applicable to your vehicle. It is accurate at the time of printing. When you inspect the fuse box on your vehicle, refer to the fusebox label.

Fuse box diagrams

Instrument panel

Instrument panel fuse box diagram: Hyundai Santa Fe (2004, 2005, 2006)

Assignment of the fuses in the instrument panel

F1 20A Cigarette lighter & Power outlet
F2 10A Audio, Power outside mirror
F3 15A Digital clock, Rear power outlet
F4 10A Cruise control
F5 10A Head lamp relay
F6 25A Seat warmer
F7 10A Rear wiper motor control
F8 10A Rear window defogger, Power outside mirror
F9 10A A/C control, Sunroof controller, Electrical chrome mirror
F10 10A (Not used)
F11 10A Room lamp, Door warning switch, Door lamp, Manual A/C control, Homelink controller
F12 15A Digatal clock, ETACM, Audio, Siren
F13 20A AMP speakers
F14 10A Stop lamp, Data link connector, Multipurpose check connector
F15 10A Hazard lamp
F16 25A Power seat, Rear wiper motor control
F17 20A Sunroof controller
F18 30A Defogger relay
F19 10A Instrument cluster, Pre-excitation resistor, ETACM, Auto light sensor, DRL control module, Generator
F20 15A SRS control module
F21 10A ECM (V6 2.7L)
F22 10A Instrument cluster (Airbag IND)
F23 10A ABS control module, G-Sensor, Air bledding connector, 4WD control module
F24 10A Turn signal lamp
F25 10A Back-up lamps, TCM, Vehicle speed secsor, ETS control module, Ignition failure sensor
F26 20A Door lock/unlock relay, Key lock/unlock relay
F27 10A Tail & parking lamp (LH), Turn signal lamp, License lamp
F28 10A Tail & parking lamp (RH), Fog lamp relay, Switch illumination
F29 15A ETS control module (V6 3.5L), Fail safety relay
F30 10A Radiator fan relay, Condenser fan relay
F31 20A Front wiper motor, Wiper relay, Washer motor

Engine compartment

Under-hood fuse box diagram: Hyundai Santa Fe (2004, 2005, 2006)


Assignment of the fuses in the Engine compartment

ALT 140A Generator
B+ 50A Tail lamp relay, Fuse 11-17, Power connector
IGN 50A Start relay, Ignition switch
BLR 40A A/C Fuse, Blower relay
ABS.1 30A ABS control module, Air bleeding connector
ABS.2 30A ABS control module, Air bleeding connector
ECU 40A Engine contorl relay
P/W 30A Power window relay, Fuse 26
RAD FAN 40A Radiator fan relay
C/FAN 20A Condenser fan relay
FRT FOG 15A Fog lamp relay
H/LP(LH) 10A Left head lamp, Instrument cluster, DRL control module
H/LP(RH) 10A Right head lamp
ECU #1 20A Ignition failure sensor, Oxygen sensor
ECU #2 20A Injector
ECU #3 10A Check engine ind, ECM, PCM
ECU(B+) 15A Fuel pump relay, ECM, TCM, Generator, PCM
ATM 20A ATM contorl relay, 4WD control module
HORN 10A Horn relay
A/C 10A A/C relay

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