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Kia Sportage: Components and Components Location | Relay Box (Engine Compartment)

Kia Sportage Third generation (SL) - (2011-2016) - Service and Repair Manual / Body Electrical System / Fuses And Relays / Components and Components Location | Relay Box (Engine Compartment)

 Component Location

[Engine Room Relay Box]

  1. Main relay
  2. Cooling fan relay (High)
  3. Windshield deicer relay
  4. Wiper relay (High)
  5. Wiper relay (Low)
  6. ATM relay
  7. Rear glass defogger relay
  8. Burglar horn relay
  9. Start relay
  10. Cooling fan relay (Low)
  11. Horn relay
  12. Blower relay
  13. А/С relay
  14. Fuel pump relay
  15. Quick braking warning system relay

[Passenger Compartment Relay]

  1. ICM relay : Rear wiper relay, DBC (Downhill Brake Control) relay
  2. PDM relay : ACC relay, IG1 relay, IG2 relay

Relay Box (Engine Compartment)

Components and Components Location

 Component Location

Relay Type

Relay Type

USE THE DESIGNATED FUSE AND

RELAY ONLY USE THE DESIGNATED FUSE AND RELAY ONLY

Circuit (E/R Fuse & Relay Box)

USE THE DESIGNATED FUSE AND

RELAY ONLY USE THE DESIGNATED FUSE AND RELAY ONLY

Relay Type

Relay Type

Circuit (EMS Box)

Circuit (EMS Box)

USE THE DESIGNATED FUSE AND

RELAY ONLY USE THE DESIGNATED FUSE AND RELAY ONLY

Repair procedures

 Inspection

1. Disconnect the negative (-) battery terminal.

2. Pull out the relay from the engine compartment relay box

Power Relay (Type A)

Check for continuity between the terminals.

  1. Blower relay
  2. Horn relay
  3. Cooling fan relay (Low)
  4. Start relay
  5. Burglar horn relay
  6. Rear glass defogger relay
  7. ATM relay
  8. Windshield deicer relay
  9. Cooling fan relay (High)
  10. А/С relay
  11. Fuel pump relay

1. There should be continuity between the No.30 and No.87 terminals when power and ground are connected to the No.85 and No.86 terminals.

2. There should be no continuity between the No.30 and No.87 terminals when power is disconnected.

Power Relay (Type B)

Power Relay (Type B)

Check for continuity between the terminals.

  1. Wiper relay (High)
  2. Wiper relay (Low)

1. There should be continuity between the No.30 and No.87 terminals when power and ground are connected to the No.85 and No.86 terminals.

2. There should be continuity between the No.30 and No.87 terminals when power is disconnected.

Power Relay (Type C)

Power Relay (Type C)

Check for continuity between the terminals.

  1. Main relay

1. There should be continuity between the No.30 and No.87 terminals when power and ground are connected to the No.85 and No.86 terminals.

2. There should be no continuity between the No.30 and No.87 terminals when power is disconnected.

Fuse

Fuse

1. Be sure there is no play in the fuse holders, and that the fuses are held securely.

2. Are the fuse capacities for each circuit correct? 3. Are there any blown fuses?

If a fuse is to be replaced, be sure to use a new fuse of the same capacity. Always determine why the fuse blew first and completely eliminate the problem before installing a new fuse.

Multi Fuse

NOTE

NOTE

  • Multi fuse (A) is needed to replace in the mass when it damaged only one fuse.
  • When replace the multi fuse, refer to the "Engine compartment - component location" diagram exactly.
  • Use the multi fuse capacities for each circuit correctly.

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