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Chevrolet Equinox Owners Manual: Instrument Panel Fuse Block

Instrument Panel Fuse Block

The instrument panel fuse block is under the instrument panel on the driver side.

To access the fuses, press and release the latch near the top center square.

Apply pressure to the two retaining tabs on the sides of the cover, until the two retaining tabs clear the sides of the instrument panel. Allow the panel to move downward and out of the way.

To reinstall the cover, reverse the steps.

The vehicle may not be equipped with all of the fuses and relays shown.

Instrument Panel Fuse Block



F01 DC AC inverter
F02 Front windows
F03 Trailer brake
F04 Heating ventilation and air conditioning blower
F05 Body control module 2
F06 Cyber security


F08 Body control module 3
F09 Amplifier
F10 -
F11 -
F12 -
F13 -
F14 Electronic shifter
F15 Transmission control module
F16 Front heated seats
F17 Left data link connector
F18 Body control module 7
F19 Exterior rearview mirror
F20 Body control module 1
F21 Body control module 4
F22 Body control module 6
F23 Electric steering column lock
F24 Sensing and diagnostic module
F25 Occupancy sensor


F27 Power seats
F28 Rear windows


F30 Front heated seats
F31 Steering wheel controls
F32 Body control module 8
F33 Heating ventilation and air conditioning
F34 Passive entry, passive start
F35 Liftgate latch
F36 Shift charger
F37 Cigar lighter
F38 OnStar
F39 Instrument panel USB
F40 Camera module/ Liftgate module
F41 Parking assist module
F42 Radio




K01 Deadbolt
K02 Retained accessory power
K03 Liftgate


K05 Logistics
CB1 Front auxiliary power outlet
CB2 Auxiliary power outlet console
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