Toyota 4Runner - 2008 Fuse Box Diagram

Toyota 4Runner - 2008 Fuse Box Diagram

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NOTICE
z
To
prevent
the
fuse
from
being
blown,
do
not
use
the
electricity
over the total vehicle capacity of 12
VDC/120W.
z
To prevent
the battery
from being
discharged,
do
not
use
the power
outlets longer than necessary when
the engine is not running.
z
Close
the
power
outlet
lids
when
the
power
outlets
are
not
in
use.
Inserting anything other than an ap-
propriate
plug
that
fits
the
outlet,
or
allowing
any
liquid
to
get
into
the outlet may cause electrical fail-
ure or short circuits.
CY19137
This power outlet is designed for use
as
a
power
supply
for
electric
ap-
pliances in the vehicle.
The
engine
switch
must
be
in
the
“ON”
position for the power outlet to be used.
The maximum capacity for this power out-
let
is
11
5
VAC/
1
00W.
If
you
attempt
to
use an appliance that requires more than
11
5 VAC or
1
00W,
the protection circuit
will
activate
and
cut
the
power
supply.
The power supply will restart automatically
when you use an appliance that operates
within the
11
5 VAC/
1
00W limits.
CY19135
To use the power outlet, push the main
switch on the instrument panel.
An indicator light will illuminate to indicate
that the power outlet is ready for use.
Push the main switch once again to turn
the power outlet off. When the power out-
let is not in use, make sure that the main
switch is turned off.
Power outlet (115 VAC)
428
1
. Windshield and back window washer
fluid tank
2. Power steering fluid reservoir
3. Engine oil level dipstick
4. Engine coolant reservoir
5. Engine oil filler cap
6. Brake fluid reservoir
7. Fuse block
8. Battery
9. Condenser
1
0. Radiator
Engine compartment overview
"
4.0 L V6 (
1
GR
FE) engine
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024y
429
1
. Windshield and back window washer
fluid tank
2. Power steering fluid reservoir
3. Engine coolant reservoir
4. Engine oil level dipstick
5. Engine oil filler cap
6. Brake fluid reservoir
7. Fuse block
8. Battery
9. Condenser
1
0. Radiator
"
4.7 L V8 (2UZ
FE) engine
CY7
1
032y
430
CY7
1
030
CY7
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027
Spare
fuses
CY7
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022
If you perform maintenance by yourself,
be sure to follow the correct procedure
given in this Section.
You should be aware that improper or in-
complete servicing may result in operating
problems.
Performing
do
it
yourself
maintenance
during the warranty period may affect your
warranty
coverage.
Read
the
separate
Toyota Warranty statement for details and
suggestions.
This
Section
gives
instructions
only
for
those items that are relatively easy for an
owner to perform. As explained in Section
6, there are still a number of items that
must
be
done
by
a
qualified
technician
with special tools.
For information on tools and parts for do
it
yourself
maintenance,
see
“Parts
and
tools” on page 432 in this Section.
Utmost care should be taken when work-
ing on your vehicle to prevent accidental
injury.
Here
are
a
few
precautions
that
you
should
be
especially
careful
to
ob-
serve:
Fuse locations
Do
it
yourself service
precautions
433
CHECKING AND REPLACING FUSES
Parts (if replacement is necessary):
D
Fuse
with
same
amperage
rating
as
original
ADDING WASHER FLUID
Parts:
D
Water
D
Washer fluid containing antifreeze (for
winter use)
Tools:
D
Funnel
REPLACING LIGHT BULBS
Parts:
D
Bulb
with
same
number
and
wattage
rating
as
original
(See
charts
in
“Replacing light bulbs” on page 454 in
Section 7
3.)
Tools:
D
Screwdriver
452
CY73023
Type A
Type B
Type C
Good
Good
Good
Blown
Blown
Blown
CY73033
If
the
headlights
or
other
electrical
components
do
not
work,
check
the
fuses.
If
any
of
the
fuses
are
blown,
they must be replaced.
See “Fuse locations” on page 430 in Sec-
tion 7
1 for locations of the fuses.
Turn the engine switch and inoperative
component off. Pull the 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. See
page 468
in Section
8 for
the functions
controlled by each circuit.
Type A fuses can be pulled out by using
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 rat-
ing designated on the fuse box lid.
If
you
do
not
have
a
spare
fuse,
in an
emergency
you
can
pull
out
the
“PWR
OUTLET” or “HEATER NO.2” 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 amper-
age, use one that is lower, but as close
to the rating as possible. 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
ve-
hicle for emergencies.
Checking and replacing fuses
453
If
the
new
fuse
immediately
blows
out,
there is a problem with the electrical sys-
tem. Have your Toyota dealer correct it as
soon as possible.
CAUTION
Never use a fuse with a higher am-
perage rating, or any other object, in
place of a fuse. This may cause ex-
tensive damage and possibly a fire.
CY73025
If any washer does not work, the wash-
er tank may be empty. Check the wash-
er fluid level on the level gauge. If the
washer
fluid level
is below
“LOW”
or
only
slightly
above
the
“LOW”
level,
add washer fluid.
For vehicles sold in Canada—
If
any
washer
does
not
work
or
low
windshield
washer
fluid
level
warning
light comes on, the washer tank may be
empty. Add washer fluid.
You may use plain water as washer fluid.
However,
in
cold
areas
where
tempera-
tures range below the freezing point, use
washer
fluid
containing
antifreeze.
This
product is available at your Toyota dealer
and
most
auto
parts
stores.
Follow
the
manufacturer’s directions for how much to
mix with water.
NOTICE
Do not use engine antifreeze or any
other substitute because it may dam-
age your vehicle’s paint.
Adding washer fluid
468
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Engine compartment
Fuses (type A)
1. SPARE 10 A:
Spare fuse
2. SPARE 15 A:
Spare fuse
3. STOP
10
A:
Stop/tail
lights,
high
mounted
stoplight,
shift
lock
control
system,
anti
lock
brake
system,
trac-
tion
control
system
(two
wheel
drive
models), active traction control system
(four
wheel drive models), vehicle sta-
bility control system, rear height control
air suspension, multiport fuel injection
system/sequential
multiport
fuel
injec-
tion
system,
trailer
brake
controller,
trailer lights (tail lights)
CY80010
Instrument panel
4. AC115V INV 15 A:
AC inverter
5. FR FOG 15 A:
Front fog lights
6. OBD 7.5 A:
On
board diagnosis sys-
tem
7. HEAD
(LO
RH)
10
A:
Right
hand
headlight (low beam)
8. HEAD (LO LH) 10 A:
Left
hand head-
light (low beam)
9. HEAD (HI RH) 10 A:
Right
hand head-
light (high beam)
10. HEAD (HI LH) 10 A:
Left
hand head-
light (high beam)
11. EFI NO.2 10 A:
Multiport fuel injection
system/sequential
multiport
fuel
injec-
tion system
12. HEATER NO.2 7.5 A:
Air conditioning
system
13. AIRSUS NO.2 10 A:
Rear height con-
trol air suspension
14. SEAT HEATER 25 A:
Seat heaters
15. DEFOG 30 A:
Back window defogger,
multiport fuel injection system/sequen-
tial multiport fuel injection system
16. MIR HEATER 10 A:
Outside rear view
mirror heater
17. DOME
10
A:
Interior
light,
personal
lights, wireless remote control system,
door courtesy lights, gauge and meter,
vanity
lights,
instrument
panel
lights,
running board lights, multiplex commu-
nication system
18. RADIO NO.1 20 A:
Audio system, nav-
igation system, rear seat entertainment
system
Fuses
470
43. TAIL
10
A:
Tail
lights,
license
plate
lights, parking lights, instrument panel
light
control,
multiport
fuel
injection
system/sequential
multiport
fuel
injec-
tion
system,
instrument
panel
lights,
meter and gauge, glove box light
44. ACC 7.5 A:
Power outlets, outside rear
view mirrors, audio system, navigation
system,
shift
lock
control
system,
in-
strument panel lights, rear seat enter-
tainment system
45. CIG 10 A:
No circuit
Fuses (type B)
46. A/PUMP 50 A:
Multiport fuel injection
system/sequential
multiport
fuel
injec-
tion system
47. AIRSUS 50 A:
Rear height control air
suspension
48. AM1 50 A:
All components in “ACC”,
“CIG”,
“IG1”,
“ECU
IG”,
“FR
WIP
WSH”,
“RR
WSH”,
“4WD”,
and “STA”
fuses
49. TOWING BRK 30 A:
Trailer brake con-
troller
50. J/B
50
A:
All
components
in
“PWR
OUTLET”,
“D
P/SEAT”,
“P
P/SEAT”,
“POWER”,
“TAIL”
and
“SECU/HORN”
fuses
51. BATT CHG 30 A:
Trailer sub battery
52. TOWING
40
A:
Trailer
lights
(tail
lights)
53. ABS MTR 40 A:
Anti
lock brake sys-
tem, traction control system (two
wheel
drive
models),
active
traction
control
system (four
wheel drive models), ve-
hicle stability control system
54. AM2
30
A:
Starter
system,
“IGN”,
“GAUGE”, “STA NO.2” and “SRS” fuses
55. ABS SOL 30 A:
Anti
lock brake sys-
tem, traction control system (two
wheel
drive
models),
active
traction
control
system (four
wheel drive models), ve-
hicle stability control system
56. POWER 30 A:
Power windows, electric
moon roof
Fuses (type C)
57. ALT
140
A:
All
components
in
“A/PUMP”, “AIRSUS”, “AM1”, “TOWING
BRK”, “J/B”, “BATT CHG”, “TOWING”,
“TAIL”,
“STOP”,
“AC
115V
INV”,
“FR
FOG”,
“OBD”,
“DEFOG”
and
“MIR
HEATER” fuses
58. HEATER 60 A:
Air conditioning system
WARRANTY
WARRANTY
This warranty also does not cover the following:
NORMAL SOUND, VIBRATION AND DETERIORATION
Conditions related to normal noise, wear, vibration, deterioration,
discolouration, distortion, deformation and fading.
MAINTENANCE EXPENSE
Normal maintenance services such as: engine tune-ups, lubrication, cleaning
and polishing, replacement of coolant, filters, spark plugs, fuses, remote key/
key fob batteries, worn wiper blades, brake pads/linings and clutch linings.
VEHICLES WITH ALTERED ODOMETER READING
Failure of a vehicle on which the odometer has been altered or changed so
that the actual kilometres driven cannot be determined.
SALVAGE OR WRITTEN-OFF VEHICLES
The new vehicle warranty no longer applies on any Toyota vehicle which is
designated at any time as salvaged, scrapped, junked, totalled or written off.
INCIDENTAL DAMAGES
Incidental or consequential damages associated with a vehicle failure. Such
damages include but are not limited to inconvenience, the cost of
transportation (unless expressly provided in this warranty), telephone calls
and lodging, the loss of personal or commercial property, and the loss of
pay or revenue.
TIRES
Tires originally installed on a new 2008 model year Toyota vehicle are
warranted by the respective tire manufacturer. Refer to the tire pamphlet
provided with your Toyota vehicle. If an original tire on your Toyota
vehicle has a defect during the term of the tire manufacturer warranty,
please contact your authorized Toyota dealer for assistance.
Any implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose
applicable to this vehicle, where permitted by law, is limited in duration to
the duration of this written warranty. The performance of repairs and
needed adjustments is the exclusive remedy under this written warranty or
any implied warranty. Toyota shall not be liable for incidental or
consequential damages by reasons of this written warranty or any implied
warranty.
The provision of the above written warranties is in addition to any statutory
warranties or other rights or remedies as may otherwise exist at law.
Toyota does not authorize any person or corporation to assume for it any
obligation or liability or make any representation in respect of the Toyota
New Vehicle Warranty.
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