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Fuse Blocks, Engine Room and Center Junction - Diagrams #448638 Nov 18, 10:44am Nov 18, 10:44am
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Fuse Blocks, Engine Room and Center Junction - Diagrams
Fuse Blocks, Engine Room and Center Junction

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Re: Fuse Blocks, Engine Room and Center Junction - Diagrams [Re: CaffeineKid] #449242 Mar 31, 11:25pm Mar 31, 11:25pm
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Fuses, Detailed

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Fuses (type A)
1. HEAD LH LWR 10 A: Left- hand headlight (low beam)
2. ABS NO.2 25 A: Anti- lock brake system 3. HEAD RH UPR 20 A: Right- hand headlight (high beam)
4. DRL NO.3 7.5 A: Daytime running light system
5. HEAD RH LWR 10 A: Right- hand headlight (low beam)
6. HEAD LH UPR 10 A: Left- hand headlight (high beam)
7. IG2 15 A: Starting system, multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system
8. HAZ 10 A: Emergency flashers, turn signal lights, theft deterrent system
9. ST 7.5 A: Starting system, multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system
10. AM2 7.5 A: Starting system 11. SPARE 10 A: Spare fuse
12. EFI NO.2 7.5 A: Multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system, emission control system
13. EFI 15 A: Multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system, "EFI NO.1" and "EFI NO.2" fuses
14. SPARE 15 A: Spare fuse
15. EFI NO.1 7.5 A: Multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system
16. DCC 25 A: "RADIO", "DOME", "MPXB" and "ECU- B" fuses
17. SPARE 30 A: Spare fuse
18. HORN 10 A: Horn
19. ALT- S 7.5 A: Charging system
20. HEAD RH UPR 10 A: Right- hand headlight (high beam), daytime running light system
21. HEAD LH UPR 10 A: Left- hand headlight (high beam)

22. S/ROOF 15 A: Electric moon roof
23. CIG 15 A: Cigarette lighter
24. FL P/W 20 A: Power windows
25. AM1 25 A: Starting system, "CIG", "ECU ACC", "SRS-IG", "WASHER", "WIPER", "BK/UP LP", "TENS RDC", "DEF RELAY", "BODY ECU-IG", "TURN", "HEATER", "WARNING", "FAN RELAY", "ABS IG" and "ECU-IG" fuses
26. STOP 10 A: Stop lights, anti- lock brake system, high mounted stoplight, multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system, electronically controlled automatic transmission system, cruise control system
27. DOOR 20 A: Power door lock system
28. SRS-IG 7.5 A: SRS airbag system
29. FR FOG 15 A: Front fog lights
30. WASHER 15 A: Windshield wipers and washer, rear window wiper and washer
31. OBD 7.5 A: On- board diagnosis system
32. RADIO 15 A: Car audio system
33. WIPER 25 A: Windshield wipers and washer
34. TURN 7.5 A: Turn signal lights
35. MIR HTR 10 A: No circuit
36. HTR 10 A: Air conditioning system
37. RR WIPER 15 A: Rear window wiper and washer
38. TAIL 10 A: Tail lights, instrument panel lights, License Plate lights, front side
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39. FR P/W 20 A: Power windows Fuses (type B)
40. SPARE 7.5 A: Spare fuse
41. a. MPX-B 7.5 A: Wireless remote control system
b. RR FOG 7.5 A: No circuit
c. DOME 7.5 A: Clock, interior lights
d. ECU- B 7.5 A: Air conditioning system, gauges and meters
42. a. WARNING 5 A: Charging system, gauges and meters
b. ECU-IG 5 A: Cruise control system
c. ABS-IG 5 A: Anti- lock brake system
d. FAN RELAY 5 A: Electric cooling fans
43. a. PANEL1 7.5 A: Gauges and meters, air conditioning system, electronically controlled automatic transmission system, headlight beam level control system, front fog lights, emergency flasher, turn signal lights
b. PANEL2 7.5 A: Car audio system, cigarette lighter, glove box light
c. ECU-ACC 7.5 A: Clock, car audio system, power rear view Mirror controls
44. a. BK/UP LP 5 A: Back- up lights
b. DEF RELAY 5 A: Power windows, rear window defogger
c. BODY ECU-IG 5 A: Theft deterrent system
d. TENS RDC 5 A: Electronically controlled automatic transmission system, shift lock control system, electric moon roof

Fuses (type C)
45. ABS NO.1 40 A: Anti- lock brake system
46. MAIN 40 A: Starting system, daytime running light system
47. HTR 50 A: Air conditioning system
48. DEF 30 A: Rear window defogger

Fuses (type D)
49. ALT 120 A: Cooling system, electric cooling fans, starting system, rear window defogger, tail lights, "ABS NO.1", "ABS NO.2", "HEATER", "R P/W", "FLP/W", "DOOR", "OBD", "STOP", "S/ROOF", "MIR HEATER", "FR FOG" and "AM1" fuses

Re: Fuse Blocks, Engine Room and Center Junction - Diagrams [Re: CaffeineKid] #449245 Apr 1, 12:14am Apr 1, 12:14am
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Fuse Type A...
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Fuse Type B...
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Fuse Type C...
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Fuse Type D...
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Fuse Pull-Out Tool...
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If the headlights or other electrical components do not work, check the fuses. If any of the fuses are blown, they must be replaced.

Turn the ignition switch and inoperative component off. Pull a suspected fuse straight out and check it.


Determine which fuse may be causing the problem. The lid of the fuse box shows the name of the circuit for each fuse.

Type A fuses can be pulled out by the pull-out tool. The location of the pull-out tool is shown in the illustration.

If you are not sure whether the fuse has blown, try replacing the suspected fuse with one that you know is good. If the fuse has blown, push a new fuse into the clip.

Only install a fuse with the amperage rating designated on the fuse box lid.

If you do not have a spare fuse, in an emergency you can pull out the "RADIO", "CIG" or "HEATER" fuse, which may be dispensable for normal driving, and use it if its amperage rating is the same.

If you cannot use one of the same amperage, use one that is lower, but as close as possible to the rating. If the amperage is lower than that specified, the fuse might blow out again but this does not indicate anything wrong. Be sure to get the correct fuse as soon as possible and return the substitute to its original clip.

It is a good idea to purchase a set of spare fuses and keep them in your vehicle for emergencies.

If the new fuse immediately blows out, there is a problem with the electrical system. Have your Toyota dealer correct it as soon as possible.

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