Where are the Fuse Boxes located in the 2010 Chevrolet Equinox?

2010 Chevrolet Equinox has 2 main boxes with fuses and relays. One is in the cabin (Passenger Compartment) and another is under the hood (Engine Compartment).

2010 Chevrolet Equinox Under Dash Fuse Box and Relay Location 

The fuse box is located under the dashboard on the passenger’s side of the center console, behind the cover.

2010 Chevrolet Equinox Under Hood Fuse Box and Relay location

The Engine compartment fuse block is in the engine compartment is located on the driver side of the vehicle.

2010 Chevrolet Equinox under Dash Fuse Box Layout

2010 Chevrolet Equinox under Dash Fuse Box and Relay Diagram

2010 Chevrolet Equinox under Dash Fuse Box and Relay Details

Assignment of the fuses and relay in the Instrument Panel

1Steering Wheel Dimming
4Body Control Module 1
6Body Control Module 7
7Noise Control Module
8Body Control Module 4
11Rear Parking Assist Module
12Heater, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning Battery
13Auxiliary Power Front
14Heater, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Ignition
16Body Control Module 5
17Auxiliary Power Rear
18Instrument Panel Ignition
19Universal Garage Door Opener
20Body Control Module 6
22Sensing and Diagnostic Module Ignition
23Front Camera
25Transmission Gear Shift Position Indicator
29Front Blower Motor
30Body Control Module 3
32Discrete Logic Ignition Switch
33Communications Integration Module
34Body Control Module 2
35Sensing and Diagnostic Module Battery
36Data Link Connection
37Instrument Panel Battery
38Passenger Sensing System Module
40Body Control Module 8
41Logistic Relay (If Equipped)
42Retained Accessory Power Relay

2010 Chevrolet Equinox Under Hood Fuse Box Layout

2010 Chevrolet Equinox under Hood Fuse Box and Relay Diagram

2010 Chevrolet Equinox under Hood Fuse Box and Relay Details

Assignment of the fuses and relay in the Engine Compartment

1Cool Fan 1
2Cool Fan 2
3Rear Defog
4Power Windows -Right
5Memory Seat Module
6Power Seat – Left
7Instrument Panel Fuse Block 1
8Instrument Panel Fuse Block 2
10Brake Booster
12Antilock Brake System Pump
13Instrument Panel Fuse Block 3
14Power Windows – Left
15Antilock Brake System Module
16Transmission Control Module Battery
17Trailer Parking Light
18Engine Control Module Battery
19Heated Mirror
20Trailer Left
21Lift Gate Module
22Power Lumbar
23Trailer Right
24Canister Vent
25Memory Mirror Module
26Regulated Voltage Control Battery Sensor
27Rear Accessory Power Outlet
29Rear Wiper
30Air Conditioning Compressor
31Rear Latch
33Right High‐Beam Headlamp
34Left High‐Beam Headlamp
35Ignition Even Coil
36Ignition Odd Coil
37Windshield Washer
38Front Fog Lamps
39Post Catalytic Converter Oxygen Sensor
40Engine Control Module
41Pre Catalytic Converter Oxygen Sensor
42Transmission Control Module
44Chassis Control Module Ignition
46Rear Drive Module
47Lift Gate Module Logic
48Instrument Panel Fuse Block Ignition
49Heated Seat – Front
50Chassis Control Module
51Engine Control Module
52Rear Vision Camera
53Electric Power Steering
54Rear Defogger
55Cooling Fan Low
56Head Lamp High Beam
57Cooling Fan Control
58Wiper On/Off Control
59Air Conditioning Compressor
60Wiper Speed
61Fog Lamp
62Engine Control
65Cooling Fan High
66Brake Booster

WARNING: The terminal and harness assignments for individual connectors may vary depending on the vehicle’s equipment level, model, and market. It is recommended to refer to the fuse box diagram provided at the back of the fuse box cover for accurate information.

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