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Fuse block location

To prevent damage to the electrical system due to shortcircuiting or overloading, each individual circuit is provided with a fuse.

There are fuse blocks in the passenger compartment and in the engine compartment.

Passenger compartment (LHD vehicles)

The fuse blocks in the passenger compartment are located behind the fuse lid in front of the driver’s seat at the position shown in the illustration.

A- Main fuse block

A- Main fuse block
B- Sub fuse block

1. Open the fuse lid and pull to remove it.

2. To put back the fuse lid, line up the fuse lid hook (A) with the clamp (B)

2. To put back the fuse lid, line up the fuse lid hook (A) with the clamp (B) on the instrument panel and push the lid back in.

Passenger compartment (RHD vehicles)

Passenger compartment (RHD vehicles)

The fuse boxes in the passenger compartment are located behind the glove box at the position shown in the illustration.

A- Main fuse block

A- Main fuse block
B- Sub fuse block

Main fuse block

1. Open the glove box.

2. Move the rod (A) on the left side of the glove box to the left side of the

2. Move the rod (A) on the left side of the glove box to the left side of the box.

3. While pressing the side of the glove box, unhook the left and right hooks

3. While pressing the side of the glove box, unhook the left and right hooks (B) and lower the glove box.

4. Remove the glove box fastener, and then remove the glove box.

4. Remove the glove box fastener, and then remove the glove box.

Sub fuse block

Sub fuse block

1. Remove the cover from the bottom of the glove box.

Engine compartment

Engine compartment

In the engine compartment, the fuse block is located as shown in the illustration.

1- Push the knob.

1- Push the knob.
2- Remove the cover.

Fuse load capacity

The fuse capacity and the names of electrical systems protected by the fuses are indicated on the inside of the fuse lid (LHD vehicles), the inside of the glove box (RHD vehicles) and inside of the fuse block cover (inside of the engine compartment).

Passenger compartment fuse location table

• Spare fuses are provided on the lid of the fuse block in the engine compartment. NOTE

• Spare fuses are provided on the lid of the fuse block in the engine compartment. Always use a fuse of the same capacity for replacement.

*: Fusible link

*: Fusible link

• Some fuses may not be installed on your vehicle, depending on the vehicle model or specifications.

• The table above shows the main equipment corresponding to each fuse.

Engine compartment fuse location table

*: Fusible link

*: Fusible link

• Some fuses may not be installed on your vehicle, depending on the vehicle model or specifications.

• The table above shows the main equipment corresponding to each fuse.

The fuse box does not contain spare 7.5 A, 25 A or 30 A fuses. If one of these fuses burns out, substitute with the following fuse.

7.5 A: 10 A spare fuse

25 A: 20 A spare fuse

30 A: 30 A audio system amp fuse

When using a substitute fuse, replace with a fuse of the correct capacity as soon as possible.

Identification of fuse

Fuse replacement

Fuse replacement

1. Before replacing a fuse, always turn off the electrical circuit concerned and turn the ignition switch to the “LOCK” position or put the operation mode in OFF.

2. Remove the fuse puller (A) from the inside of the fuse box in the engine compartment.

3. Referring to the fuse load capacity table, check the fuse pertaining to the

3. Referring to the fuse load capacity table, check the fuse pertaining to the problem.

B- Fuse is OK

B- Fuse is OK

C- Blown fuse

• If any system does not function but the fuse corresponding to that system is NOTE

• If any system does not function but the fuse corresponding to that system is normal, there may be a fault in the system elsewhere. We recommend you to have your vehicle checked.

4. Use the fuse puller to insert a new fuse with the same capacity. Make sure you insert the fuse into the same location in the fuse block.

CAUTION

• If the newly inserted fuse blows again after a short time, we recommend CAUTION

• If the newly inserted fuse blows again after a short time, we recommend you to have the electrical system checked to find the cause and rectify it.

• Never use a fuse with a larger capacity than specified or a substitute (such as a cable or foil). Doing so could cause the circuit wires to overheat and create a fire.

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