Toyota Seguoia First Generation (2001 – 2002) – fuse box diagram

Toyota Seguoia First Generation (2001 – 2002) – fuse box diagram

Year of production: 2001, 2002

Engine compartment

Toyota Sequoia mk1 - fuse box - engine compartment
Toyota Sequoia mk1 – fuse box – engine compartment
Toyota Sequoia mk1 - fuse box - engine compartment
Toyota Sequoia mk1 – fuse box – engine compartment

Instrument panel

Toyota Sequoia mk1 - fuse box - instrument panel
Toyota Sequoia mk1 – fuse box – instrument panel

Fuses (type A)

Fuse Ampere rating [A] Functions
1 H−LP RH (with daytime running light system) 10 Right−hand headlight (high beam)
2 H−LP LH (with daytime running light system) 10 Left−hand headlight (high beam)
3 STA 7,5 Multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system, electronic throttle control system
4 H−LP RL (with daytime running light system) 10 Right−hand headlight (low beam)
5 H−LP LL  (with daytime running light system) 10 Left−hand headlight (low beam)
6 CDS FAN 25 Electric cooling fan
7 SPARE 10 Spare fuse
8 SPARE 15 Spare fuse
9 SPARE 20 Spare fuse
10 ETCS 15 Multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system, electronic throttle control system
11 EFI NO.1 20 Multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system, electric throttle control system
12 H−LP RH (without daytime running light system) 15 Right−hand headlight
13 TOWING 30 Trailer lights (stop lights, turn signal lights, tail lights, back−up lights)
14 ALT−S 7,5 Charging system
15 DRL (with daytime running light system) 7,5 Multiplex communication system (power door lock system, security system, auto−door locking system, automatic light control system, headlight delay off system, tail light auto cut system, illuminated entry system, daytime running light system)
H−LP LH (without daytime running light system) 15 Left-hand headlight
16 AM2 30 Starting system, multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system, electronic throttle control system, “IGN 1” and “IGN 2” fuses
17 TURN−HAZ 20 Turn signal lights, emergency flashers
18 RAD NO.3 20 Car audio system
19 HORN 10 Horns
20 EFI NO.2 10 Multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system, electronic throttle control system
21 DOME 10 Center interior and personal lights, personal lights, luggage compartment light, air conditioning system, wireless remote control system, garage door opener, ignition switch light, door courtesy lights, foot light, vanity lights, power antenna
22 ECU−B 7,5 Multiplex communication system (power door lock system, security system, auto−door locking system, automatic light control system, headlight delay off system, tail light auto cut system, illuminated entry system, daytime running light system), back door lock system, driver and front passenger door lock system, gauges and meters
23 MIR HTR 15 Outside rear view mirror heaters
24 RAD NO.1 20 Car audio system
25 TAIL 15 Tail lights, back door courtesy light, license plate lights
26 ECU−IG 7,5 Charging system, cruise control system, anti−lock brake system, vehicle skid control system, traction control system (two−wheel drive models), active traction control
system (four−wheel drive models), electronically controlled automatic transmission system, power antenna, electric moon roof, back door lock system, driver and front passenger door lock system, gauges and meters, mult −information display, SRS airbag system, front seat belt pretensioners
27 WSH 25 Wipers and washer
28 IGN 2 20 Starting system
29 PWR NO.3 20 Rear passenger’s power window (right side)
30 PWR NO.4 20 Rear passenger’s power window (left side)
31 CIG 15 Air conditioning systems, power rear view mirror control, cigarette lighter
32 RAD NO.2 7,5 Car audio system, power antenna, power outlets, multiplex communication system (power door lock system, security system, auto− door locking system, automatic light control system, headlight delay off system, tail light auto cut system, illuminated entry system, daytime running light system)
33 4WD 20 A.D.D. control system, four−wheel drive system
34 STOP 15 Stop lights, high−mounted stop lights, multiport fuel injection system/ sequential multiport fuel injection system, vehicle skid control system, traction control system (two−wheel drive models), active traction control system (four−wheel drive models), multiplex communication system (auto−door locking system)
35 OBD 7,5 On−board diagnosis system
36 PANEL 7,5 Instrument panel lights, glove box light, lights of seat heaters, cigarette lighter, ashtrays, multi−information display, car audio system, gauge and meters and air conditioning systems
37 PWR NO.1 25 Driver’s door lock system
38 WIP 25 Wiper and washers
39 IGN 1 10 Charging system
40 SUN ROOF 25 Electric moon roof
41 PWR NO.2 25 Front passengers’ door lock system
42 HTR 10 Air conditioning systems, electric cooling fan, back window defogger, outside rear view mirror heater
43 FOG 15 Front fog lights
44 GAUGE 10 Back−up lights, seat heaters, gauge and meters, air conditioning systems
45 PWR OUTLET 15 Power outlets
46 SEAT HEATER 15 Seat heaters

Fuses (type B)

Fuse Ampere rating [A] Function
47 RR HEATER 30 Rear air conditioning system
48 HEATER 40 Front air conditioning system
49 DEFOG 40 Back window defogger
50 MAIN 40 Starting system, “H−LP RH”, “H−LP LH” and “STA” fuses
51 DOOR NO.2 30 Multiplex communication system (power door lock system, security system, auto−door locking system)
52 PWR SEAT 30 Power front seats
53 AM1 40 “HTR”, “CIG”, “GAUGE”, “RAD NO.2”, “ECU−IG”, “WIPER”, “WSH” and “4WD” fuses
54 PWR NO.5 30 Power door lock system, back door lock system

Fuses (type C)

Fuse Ampere rating [A] Functions
55 ALT 120 “AM1”, “PWR SEAT”, “TAIL”, “STOP”, “SUN ROOF”, “PANEL”, “OBD”, “FOG”, “PWR NO.1”, “PWR NO.2”, “PWR NO.5”, “PWR NO.3”, “PWR NO.4”, “PWR OUTLET” and “SEAT HTR” fuses
56 ABS 60 Anti−lock brake system, vehicle skid control system, traction control system (two−wheel drive models), active traction control system (four−wheel drive models)

WARNING: Terminal and harness assignments for individual connectors will vary depending on vehicle equipment level, model, and market.