Toyota Corolla Fuse Box Diagram (1995-2002; E110)

By | 28.11.2019

Toyota Corolla Fuses and relays diagrams with the left and right-hand drive (E110; 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002) in the body: sedan, hatchback, liftbek, wagon

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Cabin

LHD

LHD

RHD

RHD

  1. Fuse Box / Integrated Relay
  2. Distribution block
  3. Relay Block No. 1
  4. Fog light relay
  5. ABS control unit
  6. Key transponder computer
  7. Distribution block
  8. LHD: Air conditioning amplifier
  9. Daytime Running Light Relay
  10. Central locking receiver
  11. Relay block No. 2
  12. / D control unit
  13. 4A-FE, 5A-FE, 7A-FE, 4E-FE, 2C-E: engine control unit; 2C: Engine Heater Timer
  14. Central airbag unit
  15. RHD: Air conditioning amplifier (mechanical air conditioning)
  16. RHD: Air conditioning amplifier (automatic air conditioning)
  17. RHD: Central locking relay
  18. RHD: Transmission selector lock control unit

Cabin fuse box

Cabin fuse box

 

No. Name A Purpose
1 Turn 7.5 Direction indicators, hazard warning lights
2  –
3 GAUGE 10 Instrument cluster, reversing lamps, air conditioning, power windows, rear window heating, central locking
4 WIP 20 Wiper and washer
5 I / UP 10 Multipoint fuel injection system / sequential multipoint fuel injection system, mirror control unit
DEF I − UP /
M − HTR
10 Rear window defogger, multipoint fuel injection system / sequential multipoint fuel injection system
6 ECU-IG 10 Start-up system, cooling fan, gearbox selector lock, ABS, cruise control
7 IGN 7.5 Multiport fuel injection system / sequential multiport fuel injection system, charging system, airbags, seat belt pretensioners
8 STOP 50 Brake lights, brake light, ABS, gear selector lock
9 TAIL 50 Side light, instrument cluster, instrument panel illumination, license plate light, cigarette lighter, clock, audio system, rear window heating, automatic transmission control unit, multipoint fuel injection system / sequential multipoint fuel injection system, air conditioning, alarm
10  –
11  –
12 OBD 7.5 Diagnostic connector
13 ECU-B 7.5 LHD: Airbags, seat belt pretensioners, rear fog light
5 RHD: Airbags, seat belt pretensioners, rear fog light
14 ST 5 Trigger System, multipoint fuel injection system / sequential multipoint fuel injection system
15 D / L 30 central locking
16 FOG 15 Fog light
17 S-HTR 15 Heated seats
18  –
19 Cig 15 Audio system, clock, cigarette lighter, electrically adjustable mirrors, airbags, anti-theft system, seat belt pretensioners, gearbox selector lock
20  –
21 Noise filter Fuse: “DOME”
22 Def 40 LHD: Rear window defogger, fuse: ”DEF I − UP / M − HTR”
30 RHD: Heated rear window, fuse: ”DEF I − UP / M − HTR”
23 Power 30 Power windows, sunroof
24 Jumper

Toyota Corolla Fuse Box Diagram (1995-2002; E110)

No. Relay
R1 Rear Window Defogger (DEF)
R2 Parking Light (TAIL)

Relay Block No. 1

Relay Block No. 1

No. Relay
R1 Direction indicators (alarm)
R2 Fuel pump (C / OPN)
R3 Power Windows (P / W)

Relay Block No. 2

Relay Block No. 1 RHD

RHD

Relay Block No. 1 LHD

LHD

No. Name A Purpose
1 A / c 50 Air conditioning, cooling fan
2 HEATER 40 Air conditioning / heater , fuse : ”A / C”
Relay
R1 Heater (HTR)
Sedan

Sedan

Liftback

Liftback

Hatchback

Hatchback

Estate car

Estate car

  1. Sunroof relay
  2. Hatchback, Liftback: Rear Wiper Relay
  3. Station wagon (without Heater): Rear wiper relay
  4. Wagon: Relay, rear wiper

Engine compartment

Engine compartment

Engine compartment

  1. Glow plug relay
  2. Fuse box
  3. Relay Block No. 1
  4. Headlight wiper relay
  5. Relay block No. 2

Engine compartment fuse box

Engine compartment fuse box

Engine compartment fuse box

No. Name A Purpose
1 ALT-S 5 Charging system
2 HEAD (RH) 10 Without DRL: Right Headlight
HEAD (RH-UPR) 10 with DRL: Headlight ( DRL – Daytime Running Lights)
3 Efi 15 4A-FE, 5A-FE, 7A-FE, 4E-FE: Multiport fuel injection system / Sequential multipoint fuel injection system
F-htr 15 2C-E: Multiport Fuel Injection System / Sequential Multipoint Fuel Injection System
4 Horn 10 Sound signal, anti-theft system
5 HAZARD 10 Alarms, direction indicators
6 AM2 15 Starting system, fuses : ”ST ”, ”IGN”
7  –
8 HEAD (LH) 10 without DRL: Left headlight
HEAD (LH-UPR) 10 with DRL: Left-hand headlight ( DRL – daytime running lights)
9 DOME 15 Audio system, interior lighting, personal lighting, luggage compartment lighting, watches, daytime running lights, anti-theft system
10  –
11  –
12  –
13  –
14 AM1 50 Fuses : ”CIG ”, ”TURN”, ”GAUGE”, ”ECU − IG”, ”WIP”
15 Fan 30 Cooling fan
RDI 30 Cooling fan
16 MAIN 40 Trigger system, fuses : ”HEAD (LH) or HEAD (LH − UPR),” HEAD (RH) or HEAD (RH − UPR), ”HEAD LH− Lo ” and ”HEAD RH − LO”
17 ALT 100 Fuses : ”RDI ”, ”CDS”, ”AM1”, ”POWER”, ”D / L”, ”TAIL”, OBD, ”FOG”, ”ECU − B”, ”STOP”, ”DEF”, ”HTR ”
18 ABS 50 ABS
Relay
R1 Engine Control Unit (ENGINE MAIN)
R2 4A-FE, 5A-FE, 7A-FE, 4E-FE: Engine Control Module (EFI) 2C-E: Fuel Heater (F-HTR)
R3 Headlights (HEAD)
R4 Starter (ST)
R5 Sound signal
R6 Cooling Fan (FAN NO.1)

Relay Block No. 1

Daytime Running Lights

Daytime Running Lights

No daytime running lights

No daytime running lights

 

No. Name BUT Appointment
1 Cds 30 Cooling fan
2 HEAD (LH-LWR) 10 with DRL: Left-hand headlight ( DRL – daytime running lights)
3 HEAD (RH-LWR) 50 with DRL: Right headlight
4 DRL 7.5 Daytime Running Lights
Relay
R1 Dimmer
R2 Cooling Fan (AC FAN NO.2)
R3 Cooling Fan (AC FAN NO.2)
R4 Air Conditioning Compressor Clutch (AC MG)

Relay block No. 2

 

No. Relay
R1 Valve ABS (ABS SOL)
R2 ABS pump (ABS MTR)

 

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