Where is the alternator fuse located on a 2004 Honda Civic?

Where is the alternator fuse located on a 2004 Honda Civic?

It is in the main fuse panel under the hood. Registered!! Re: Alternator Fuse Location? It is in the main fuse panel under the hood.

What is the IG1 fuse?

The 40A IG1 fuse provides power to the ignition switch. The ignition switch controls 4 separate circuits. The 4 circuits of the ignition switch provide power to about 16 other fuses.

Is there a fuse between alternator and battery?

Most of the time, there’s a high-amperage fuse or fusible link between the alternator’s battery terminal and the battery. Also, there are usually low-amperage fuses in series with the alternator’s sense terminal and ignition terminal.

What is the fuse on my battery terminal?

Cube fuses at the battery provide protection for the electrical circuits connected to your battery (as well as the battery itself) by eliminating unprotected sections of cable between the battery and the first fuse. A common circuit that uses a cube fuse at the battery is an inverter.

How many fuse boxes does a Honda Civic have?

three fuse boxes
The vehicle’s fuses are contained in three fuse boxes. The primary under-hood fuse box is in the engine compartment on the driver’s side.

What is LAF fuse?

HondaTech said: Your Ridgeline has the fuse you stated. I am not sure if you mis read something in the fuse box or not, but if you were missing the LAF sensor fuse you would have a check engine light on. The LAF is basically sensor that determines the oxygen content in the exhaust.

How do I fix my alternator not charging?

Check the large power cable to the alternator and the fuse, usually, a large 40-60 amp fuse near the battery. Check the ground cable between the engine and the body. Check the serpentine belt and make sure the alternator is spinning with the engine. Check the small power supply wire and the charging light wire.

Why is my new alternator not charging my battery?

Sometimes, the fuse might get damaged due to a power surge. Overtime also, the fuse tends to become brittle, wear out, and get damaged. When these happen, the current will stop flowing to the battery from the alternator, causing your car’s battery not to charge.

What is IG2 fuse?

IG2 fuse supplies constant battery voltage to one side of IG2 relay. When ignition is turned on, voltage is supplied from ignition switch to other side of IG2 relay which is then energized. When IG2 relay is energized, it provides battery voltage to fuel injectors and ignition coils.

What does IG1 mean?


Acronym Definition
IG1 International Group 1

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