Suzuki Swift (2004-2010) Fuse Diagram


Fuse box diagram (fuse layout), location, and assignment of fuses and relays Suzuki Swift (2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010).

Suzuki Swift (2004-2010)

Checking and Replacing Fuses

The fuses are designed to melt during an overload to prevent damage to the wiring harness and electrical equipment. If any lights, accessories or other electrical controls do not operate, inspect the corresponding fuse. Look through the clear side of the fuse to see if the metal wire inside is separated. If it is, the fuse is blown and should be replaced.


  • Before replacing the fuses, turn the ignition switch to the “LOCK” position and turn off all electrical accessories.
  • Always be sure to replace a blown fuse with a fuse of the correct amperage. Using a fuse with a higher amperage rating can cause severe wire damage and could start a fire.
  • Never use a substitute such as a wire even for a temporary repair, or extensive electrical damage, and a fire can result.
  • We recommend always carrying replacement fuses in the vehicle.
  • If the main fuse or a primary fuse blows, be sure to have your vehicle inspected by an authorised Suzuki workshop.
  • If you replace a fuse and the new one blows in a short period of time, you may have a major electrical problem. Have your vehicle inspected immediately by your authorised Suzuki workshop.

Instrument Panel Fuse Box

The fuse box is located under the driver’s side of the dashboard. Remove the fuse box cover by pushing in at both ends and pulling off the cover.

Instrument Panel Fuse Box Location

Instrument Panel Fuse Box Diagram

1-Not used
215Ignition coil
310Back-up light
730Power window
815Wiper / Washer
910Power steering / IG1 Signal
1015Air bag
1110Anti-lock brake system
1210Tail light
13-Not used
1420Door lock
1510Immobilizer (Diesel Engine)
1610Starting motor
17-Not used
1810Heater / IG2 Signal
1915RR fog lamp
2015Radio / Dome
2120Rear defogger
2215Horn / Hazard
23-Not used
24-Not used


Engine Compartment Fuse Box

The main fuses are located on the battery. The main fuse box is next to the battery.

Diagram (Petrol)

Engine Compartment Fuse Box Diagram (Gasoline)

180All electric load
250Power window, Ignition, Wiper, Starter
350Tail light, Rear defogger, Door lock, Hazard/Horn, Dome
480Heater, Air compressor, Power steering
580Radiator fan, Front fog light, Head light
1810Air compressor
19-Not used
2015Brake light switch
2130ABS control module
2230Starting motor
23-Not used
2450Power steering control module
2530Ignition switch
2630Radiator fan
27-Not used
2830ABS control module
29-Not used
30-Not used
3115Front fog light
3215Headlight (Left)
3315Headlight (Right)
6Radiator fan relay #1
7Radiator fan relay #2
8Radiator fan relay #3
9Starting motor relay
10Main relay
11Not used
12Front fog light relay
13Fuel pump relay
14Air compressor relay
15Not used

Diagram (Diesel)

Engine Compartment Fuse Box Diagram (Diesel)

130A Starting motor
210Air compressor
315Fuel pump
630Radiator fan
750Power steering control module
1330ABS control module
1430ABS control module
1515Brake light switch
1615Headlight (Right)
1715Headlight (Left)
1815Front fog light
1930Ignition switch
2050Power window, Ignition, Wiper, Starter
22100EPS, A/C, Fuel pump, IG1
23100Lamps, ABS, ACC, IG2
2450Junction box
2580Glow controller
3020ECU (if equipped)
3110ECU, EGR
8Radiator fan relay #1
9Radiator fan relay #2
10Radiator fan relay #3
11Air compressor relay
12Starting motor relay
26Fog Lamp relay
27Fuel pump relay
28F.l. main relay