Toyota Yaris Sedan - 2017 Fuse Box Diagram

Toyota Yaris Sedan - 2017 Fuse Box Diagram

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2-6. Windows
Power Windows
The ignition must be switched ON for the power windows to operate.
A power window may no longer open/close if you continue to press the switch
after fully opening/closing the power window. If the power window does not
open/close, wait a moment and then operate the switch again.
Normal opening/closing
Close
To close the window to the
desired position, lightly pull up
the switch.
Open
To open the window to the
desired position, lightly hold
down the switch.
WARNING
Make sure the opening is clear before closing a window
Closing a power window is dangerous. A person’s hands, head, or even
neck could be caught by the window and result in serious injury or even
death. This warning applies especially to children.
Never allow children to play with power window switches
Power window switches that are not locked with the power window lock
switch would allow children to operate power windows unintentionally,
which could result in serious injury if a child’s hands, head or neck becomes
caught by the window.
NOTICE
To prevent burning out the fuse and damaging the power window system,
do not open or close more than three windows at once.
Operating the Driver’s Side Power Window
Master control switches
Driver’s
window
1
2
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3-2. Combination Meter and Display
Odometer
The odometer records the total distance the vehicle has been
driven.
Trip meter
The trip meter can record the total distance of two trips. One is
recorded in trip meter A, and the other is recorded in trip meter B.
For instance, trip meter A can record the distance from the point of
origin, and trip meter B can record the distance from where the fuel
tank is filled.
When trip meter A is selected, pressing the selector again within
one second will change to trip meter B mode.
When trip meter A is selected, TRIP A will be displayed. When trip
meter B is selected, TRIP B will be displayed.
The trip meter records the total distance the vehicle is driven until
the meter is again reset. Return it to “0.0” by depressing and hold-
ing the selector for one second or more. Use this meter to measure
trip distances and to compute fuel consumption.
Odometer, Trip Meter and Trip Meter Selector
When the ignition is switched to ACC or off, the odometer or trip meters can-
not be displayed, however, pressing the selector can inadvertently switch the
trip meters or reset them during an approximate ten-minute period in the fol-
lowing cases:
After the ignition is switched to off from ON.
After the driver’s door is opened.
Trip meter
Vehicles with type B audio:
If the fuel economy data is reset using the fuel economy monitor, or trip A is
reset using the trip meter when the function which synchronizes the fuel
economy monitor and the trip meter is on, the fuel economy data and trip A
are reset simultaneously.
Refer to Fuel Economy Monitor on P. 199.
Only the trip meters record tenths of miles (kilometers).
The trip record will be erased when:
• The power supply is interrupted (blown fuse or the battery is discon-
nected).
The vehicle is driven over 9999.9 mile (km).
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5-3. Owner Maintenance
5
Maintenance and Care
Engine Compartment Overview
Engine oil dipstick
Engine oil-filler cap
Brake/Clutch fluid reservoir
Battery
Fuse block
Cooling system cap
Engine coolant reservoir
Windshield washer fluid reser-
voir
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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5-3. Owner Maintenance
Front turn signal lights/Parking lights, Front side-marker lights
Make sure the ignition is switched off, and the headlight switch is
off.
Lift the hood.
Front turn signal lights/Park-
ing lights: Remove the fuse
block cover.
Turn the socket and bulb assembly counterclockwise and
remove it.
Disconnect the bulb from the socket.
Install the new bulb in the reverse order of the removal proce-
dure.
1
2
3
4
5
X
Front turn signal lights/Parking
lights
X
Front side-marker lights
6
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5-3. Owner Maintenance
5
Maintenance and Care
Fuses
Replacing the fuses on the vehicle’s left side
If the electrical system does not work, first inspect the fuses on the
vehicle’s left side.
Make sure the ignition is switched off, and other switches are off.
Open the fuse panel cover.
Pull the fuse straight out with
the fuse puller provided on
the fuse block located in the
engine compartment.
Your vehicle’s electrical system is protected by fuses.
If any lights, accessories, or controls do not work, inspect the
appropriate circuit protector. If a fuse has blown, the inside ele-
ment will be melted.
If the same fuse blows again, avoid using that system and con-
sult your Toyota dealer as soon as possible.
Fuse Replacement
1
2
3
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5-3. Owner Maintenance
Inspect the fuse and replace
it if it is blown.
Normal
Blown
Insert a new fuse of the same amperage rating, and make sure it
fits tightly. If it does not fit tightly, have an expert install it. We rec-
ommend your Toyota dealer.
If you have no spare fuses, borrow one of the same rating from a
circuit not essential to vehicle operation, such as the AUDIO or
OUTLET circuit.
Reinstall the cover and make sure that it is securely installed.
Replacing the fuses under the hood
If the headlights or other electrical components do not work and the
fuses in the cabin are normal, inspect the fuse block under the
hood. If a fuse is blown, it must be replaced. Follow these steps:
Make sure the ignition is switched off, and other switches are off.
Remove
the
fuse
block
cover.
4
1
2
5
6
1
2
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5-3. Owner Maintenance
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Maintenance and Care
If any fuse but the MAIN fuse
is blown, replace it with a
new one of the same amper-
age rating.
Normal
Blown
Reinstall the cover and make sure that it is securely installed.
3
1
2
WARNING
Do not replace the main fuse and multiplex slow blow fuse by yourself.
Have your Toyota dealer perform the replacement
Replacing these fuses by yourself is dangerous because they are high cur-
rent fuses. Incorrect replacement could cause an electrical shock or a short
circuit resulting in a fire.
NOTICE
Always replace a fuse with a genuine Toyota fuse or equivalent of the same
rating. Otherwise you may damage the electric system.
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5-3. Owner Maintenance
Fuse block (Engine compartment)
Fuse Panel Description
DESCRIPTION
FUSE
RATING
PROTECTED COMPONENT
1
C/U IG1
15 A
For protection of various circuits
2
ENGINE IG1
7.5 A
Engine control system
3
SUNROOF
10 A
4
INTERIOR
15 A
Overhead light
5
ENG+B
7.5 A
Engine control system
6
AUDIO2
15 A
Audio system
7
METER1
10 A
Combination meter
8
SRS1
7.5 A
Air bag
9
METER2
7.5 A
Combination meter (if equipped)
10
RADIO
7.5 A
Audio system
11
ENGINE3
15 A
Engine control system
12
ENGINE1
15 A
Engine control system
13
ENGINE2
15 A
Engine control system
14
AUDIO1
25 A
Audio system
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5-3. Owner Maintenance
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Maintenance and Care
Fuse block (Left side)
DESCRIPTION
FUSE
RATING
PROTECTED COMPONENT
1
2
3
4
5
F.OUTLET
15 A
Accessory sockets
6
7
AT IND
7.5 A
AT shift indicator (if equipped)
8
MIRROR
7.5 A
Power control mirror
9
10
P.WINDOW2
25 A
Power windows
11
R.WIPER
15 A
12
13
14
SRS2/ESCL
15 A
15
SEAT WARM
20 A
Seat warmer (if equipped)
16
M.DEF
7.5 A
Mirror defogger (if equipped)
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8-2. Specifications
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Specifications
Lug nut tightening torque
When installing a tire, tighten the lug nut to the following torque.
80-108 ft
lbf (108-147 N
m, 12-14 kgf
m)
The tires have been optimally matched with the chassis of your vehicle.
When replacing tires, Toyota recommends that you replace tires of the
same type originally fitted to your vehicle. For details, contact your Toyota
dealer.
Refer to Fuses on P. 455.
Fuses