Fuse box diagrams in the new Suzuki Jimny

A bit about fuses
  • You need to replace the fuse if its connector burnt out.

Suzuki Jimny (2018, 2019, 2020)

  • To remove fuses, use a special fuse puller attached to the box protective cover.

Suzuki Jimny (2018, 2019, 2020) Fuse Puller

  • Always replace a blown fuse with a fuse of the same amperage.
  • Under no circumstances should you use any substitutes like foil or wire and connect contacts directly. To clarify, this could cause serious damage to your car’s electrical systems and even electrical wiring fire. Always ensure you have spare fuses in your stock.
  • If having replaced a fuse you find it blows again over a short period of time, visit a service center to run your car diagnosis.

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Main Fuses

Suzuki Jimny (2018, 2019, 2020) Main Fuses Diagram

Contact the service center if you have blown one of the main fuses.

Engine Compartment Fuse/Relay Box Diagram

Suzuki Jimny (2018, 2019, 2020) Engine Compartment Fuse Box Diagram

#6 (50A) - Ignition switch 1;
#7 (40A) - Anti-lock braking system (ABS) motor;
#8 (-) Not Used;
#9 (30A) - Blower fan;
#10 (30A) - Starter motor;
#11 (30A) - Headlight cleaner;
#12 (15A) - Headlight (Right);
#13 (15A) - Headlight (Left);
#14 (25A) - ABS/ESP control module;
#15 (-) Not Used;
#16 (15A) - Ignition coil;
#17 (25A) - Headlight high;
#18 (30A) - Back up light;
#19 (-) Not Used;
#20 (15A) - Fuel injection;
#21 (15A) - Transmission module;
#22 (50A) - Ignition switch 2;
#23 (10A) - Air Conditioning (A/C) compressor;
#24 (10A) - Four-wheel drive (4WD);
#25 (20A) - Front fog light;
#26 (-) Not Used;
#27 (40A) - Power steering;
#28 (-) Not Used;
#29 (40A) - Radiator fan;
#30 (-) Not Used;
#31 (5A) - Starter motor;
#32 (15A) - Headlight high (Left);
#33 (15A) - Headlight high (Right).

Instrument Panel Fuse Box Diagram

Suzuki Jimny (2018, 2019, 2020) Instrument Panel Fuse Box Diagram

#1 (30A) - Power window;
#2 (10A) - Meter (instrument panel);
#3 (15A) - Engine Control Module (ECM);
#4 (5A) - Ignition-1 signal 2;
#5 (20A) Not Used;
#6 (-) Not Used;
#7 (-) Not Used;
#8 (20A) - Door lock;
#9 (15A) - Steering lock;
#10 (10A) - Hazard;
#11 (-) Not Used;
#12 (10A) - Rear fog lamp;
#13 (5A) - ABS/ESP control module;
#14 (15A) - Seat heater;
#15 (5A) - Ignition-1 signal 3;
#16 (10A) - Dome light-2;
#17 (5A) - Dome light;
#18 (15A) - Audio system;
#19 (5A) - CONT;
#20 (5A) - Key 2;
#21 (20A) - Power window timer;
#22 (5A) - Key;
#23 (15A) - Horn;
#24 (5A) - Tail light (Left);
#25 (10A) - Tail light;
#26 (10A) - Airbag module;
#27 (10A) - lgnition-1 signal;
#28 (10A) - Back-up light;
#29 (5A) - ACC-3;
#30 (20A) - Rear window defogger;
#31 (10A) - Heated mirror;
#32 (15A) - ACC-2;
#33 (5A) - ACC;
#34 (10A) - Rear wiper;
#35 (5A) - Ignition-2 signal;
#36 (15A) - Washer;
#37 (25A) - Front wipers;
#38 (10A) - Stop lights.

You may find you don’t have all the fuses in your car note, the exact number of fuses depends on the vehicle equipment and it manufacture region.