Toyota Proace - 2017 Fuse Box Diagram

Toyota Proace - 2017 Fuse Box Diagram

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Contents
Driving recommendations
196
Starting-switching off the engine,
manual key, remote control
199
Starting-switching off the engine,
"Smart Entry & Start System"
202
Parking brake
205
Hill start assist
206
5-speed manual gearbox
207
6-speed manual gearbox
207
Gear efficiency indicator
208
Automatic gearbox
209
Electronic gearbox
214
Stop & Start
218
Head-up display
222
Adjustable Speed Limiter (ASL)
224
Road Sign Assist
225
Speed limiter
229
Cruise control
232
Adaptive cruise control
236
Forward collision warning and Autonomous
emergency braking system with Pedestrian
Detection
243
Lane Departure Alert
248
Driver Attention Alert
250
Blind spot monitoring system
252
Parking sensors
255
Reversing camera, interior mirror
258
180° rear vision
259
Tyre Pressure Warning System (TPWS
262
Fuel tank
265
Diesel misfuel prevention
266
Snow chains
268
Towing a trailer
269
Energy economy mode
270
Accessories
271
Roof bars / Roof rack
273
Changing a wiper blade
274
Bonnet
276
Diesel engine
277
Checking levels
278
Checks
281
AdBlue
®
and SCR system
(BlueHDi Diesel)
283
Warning triangle (stowing)
287
Tool box
287
Temporary puncture repair kit
290
Changing a wheel
296
Changing a bulb
303
Changing a fuse
316
12 V battery
321
Towing
325
Running out of fuel (Diesel)
327
Dimensions
328
Engines
332
Weights
332
Identification markings
337
Driving
Practical information
In the event of a breakdown
Technical data
Emergency or assistance
338
Toyota Pro Touch with navigation system
341
Toyota Pro Touch
429
Toyota Radio Bluetooth
®
483
Audio and telematics
Alphabetical index
6
Overview
Instruments and controls
Courtesy lamps
141-142
Rear view mirror
145
Reversing camera on interior
mirror
258
ERA-GLONASS
emergency call system
160, 338-339
12 V accessory socket
121
USB port / JACK auxiliary socket
122
Deactivating the passenger front
airbag
172, 177
5/6-speed manual gearbox
207
Gear efficiency indicator
208
Automatic gearbox
209-213
Electronic gearbox
214-217
Stop & Start
218-221
Hill start assist control
206
Heating / Ventilation
125
Manual air conditioning
126-127
Automatic dual-zone air
conditioning
128-131
Rear heating, air conditioning
137
Air recirculation
125, 126, 131
Front demist / defrost
132
Rear screen demist / defrost
134
Parking brake
205
Opening the bonnet
276
Dashboard fuses
316-318
Touch screen (Toyota Pro Touch with
navigation system)
43-45, 341-428
Touch screen (Toyota Pro
Touch)
43-45, 429-482
Toyota Radio Bluetooth
®
46, 483-505
Air vents
135
Adjusting the manual mirrors
143
Setting the date and time
46
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Overview
Maintenance - Technical data
Dimensions
328-331
Identification markings
337
Running out of fuel
(priming pump)
327
Checking levels
278-280
-
oil
-
brake fluid
-
power steering fluid
-
coolant
-
screenwash, headlamp wash fluid
-
additive (Diesel with particle filter)
Checking components
281-282
-
battery
-
air / passenger compartment filter
-
oil filter
-
particle filter
-
brake pads / discs
Changing bulbs
303-315
-
front
-
rear
Platform cab
Changing rear lamp bulbs
315
Dimension
331
12V battery
321-325
Opening the bonnet
276
Under the bonnet
277
Engines
332-336
AdBlue
®
283-286
Weights
332-336
Load reduction, economy mode
270
Engine compartment
fuses
316-317, 320
273
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Practical information
Roof bars / Roof rack
To fit the transverse roof bars, use the fixing
points provided for this purpose:
F
open the fixing covers on each bar,
F
put each fixing in place and lock them on
the roof one by one,
F
ensure that roof bars are correctly fitted
(by shaking them),
F
close the fixing covers on each bar.
The bars can be interchanged and are
adaptable to each pair of fixing points.
To fit a roof rack, use the fixing points provided
for this purpose:
F
place the roof rack on the roof aligned with
the fixing points and secure each one in
turn,
F
ensure that roof rack is correctly fitted
(by shaking it).
Be sure to refer to national legislation in
order to comply with the regulations for
transporting objects that are longer than
the vehicle.
Maximum authorised weight on
each
fixing point
, for a loading height not
exceeding 40 cm:
25
kg
.
Maximum weight by vehicle size:
-
compact (L1) with 8 fixing points:
200 kg
-
standard (L2) and long (L3) with
10 fixing points: 250 kg
If the height exceeds 40 cm, adapt the
speed of the vehicle to the profile of the
road to avoid damaging the roof rack
or roof bars and the fixing points on the
roof.
Front mud flaps, rear mud flaps...
Screenwash, replacement fuses, wiper blades,
interior and exterior cleaning and maintenance
products, replacement bulbs...
To prevent the mat from becoming caught under the
pedals:
-
ensure that the mat and its fixings are positioned
correctly,
-
never fit one mat on top of another.
Audio equipment, hands-free kit, speakers,
navigation...
Regardless of the audio and telematic equipment offered
on the market, the technical constraints linked with the
fitting of equipment of these families of products mean that
the special features of the equipment and its compatibility
with the capacities of the your vehicle's standard
equipment must be taken into account. Please contact a
dealer for information before fitting such equipment.
For any work on your vehicle, use
a qualified workshop that has the
technical information, skills and
equipment required, all of which a
Toyota dealer is able to provide.
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Practical information
* According to engine.
Diesel engine
1.
Screenwash and headlamp wash reservoir.
2.
Coolant header tank.
3.
Engine oil filler cap.
4.
Engine oil dipstick.
5.
Priming pump*.
6.
Brake fluid filler cap.
7.
Battery.
8.
Remote earth point ("-" terminal).
9.
Fusebox.
10.
Power steering fluid reservoir.
11.
Air filter.
This engine is shown as an example. The locations of the engine oil dipstick and filler cap may vary.
The Diesel fuel system operates under
high pressure:
-
Never carry out any work on this
system yourself.
-
HDi engines make use of advanced
technology.
All maintenance and repairs require
specially trained staff, which only an
authorized Toyota dealer or repairer,
or another duly qualified and equipped
professional can provide.
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In the event of a breakdown
F
Unclip the cover to the left of the glove box.
F
Disengage the cover completely.
Good
Failed
Tweezer
Access to the tools
F
Take the tweezer from its housing.
The extraction tweezer is located behind the
fusebox cover.
Before changing a fuse:
F
the cause of the failure must be identified
and rectified,
F
all electrical consumers must be
switched off,
F
the vehicle must be immobilised with the
ignition off,
F
identify the failed fuse using the tables and
layout drawings in the following pages.
Changing a fuse
To replace a fuse, you must:
F
use the special tweezer to extract the fuse
from its housing and check the condition of
its filament.
F
always replace the failed fuse with a fuse
of the same rating (same colour); using
a different rating could cause faults (risk
of fire).
If the fuse fails again soon after replacement,
have the vehicle's electrical system checked
by an authorized Toyota dealer or repairer,
or another duly qualified and equipped
professional.
The replacement of a fuse not shown in
the tables below may cause a serious
malfunction of your vehicle. Contact an
authorized Toyota dealer or repairer,
or another duly qualified and equipped
professional.
Changing a fuse
317
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In the event of a breakdown
Toyota will not accept responsibility
for the cost incurred in repairing your
vehicle or for rectifying malfunctions
resulting from the installation of
accessories not supplied and not
recommended by Toyota and not
installed in accordance with its
instructions, in particular when the
combined consumption of all of the
additional equipment connected
exceeds 10 milliamperes.
Installing electrical
accessories
Your vehicle's electrical system is
designed to operate with standard or
optional equipment.
Before installing other electrical
equipment or accessories on your
vehicle, contact an authorized Toyota
dealer or repairer, or another duly
qualified and equipped professional.
For more information on installing a
towbar or equipment of the TAXI type,
contact a Toyota dealer.
Dashboard fuses
The fusebox is located in the left-hand part of
the glove box.
Access to the fuses
F
Unclip the cover by pulling at top left, then
right.
318
In the event of a breakdown
Fuse
Rating
(A)
Functions
F1
10
Electric power steering, clutch switch
F4
15
Horn.
F5
20
Front/rear screenwash pump.
F6
20
Front/rear screenwash pump.
F7
10
Rear 12 V accessory socket.
F8
20
Single or double rear wipers.
F10/F11
30
Front and rear, exterior, interior locks.
F13
10
Front air conditioning controls, radio controls, gear lever,
head-up display.
F14
5
Alarm, ERA-GLONASS emergency call system.
F17
5
Instrument panel.
F19
3
Steering mounted controls.
F21
3
"Smart Entry & Start System" system or ignition switch.
F22
3
Rain and sunshine sensor, multifunction detection
camera.
F23
5
Seat belt unfastened or not fastened display screen.
F24
5
Touch screen, reversing camera and parking sensors.
F25
5
Airbags.
F29
20
Audio system, touch screen, CD player, navigation.
F31
15
Audio system (battery +).
F32
15
Front 12 V accessory socket.
F34
5
Blind spot monitoring system, door mirror electric
controls.
F35
5
Heated washer jets, headlamp beam height
control.
F36
5
Torch charger, rear courtesy lamp.
Version 1 (Eco)
The fuses described hereafter vary according
to the equipment in your vehicle.
319
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In the event of a breakdown
Fuse
Rating
(A)
Functions
F1
3
"Smart Entry & Start System" system or ignition switch.
F5
5
Touch screen, reversing camera and parking sensors.
F7
10
Rear air conditioning controls, Hi-Fi amplifier.
F8
20
Single or double rear wiper.
F10/F11
30
Front and rear, exterior, interior locks.
F12
3
Alarm.
F17
10
Rear 12 V accessory socket.
F18
5
ERA-GLONASS emergency call system.
F21
3
Torch charger, rear courtesy lamp.
F22
3
Glove box lamp, rear courtesy lamps.
F23
5
Blind spot monitoring system, door mirror electric
controls.
F24
5
Steering mounted controls.
F25
5
Headlamp beam height control.
F26
3
Seat belt unfastened or not fastened display screen.
F27
3
Rain and sunshine sensor, multifunction detection
camera.
F28
10
Front air conditioning controls, radio controls, gear lever,
head-up display.
F30A or B
15
Audio system (battery +).
F31
5
Airbags.
F33
15
Front 12 V accessory socket.
F35
5
Instrument panel.
F36
20
Audio system, touch screen, CD player, navigation.
Version 2 (Full)
The fuses described hereafter vary according
to the equipment in your vehicle.
320
In the event of a breakdown
Engine compartment
fuses
F
Release the two latches
A
.
F
Remove the cover.
F
Change the fuse.
F
When you have finished, close the cover
carefully then engage the two latches
A
, to
ensure correct sealing of the fusebox.
Fuse
Rating
(A)
Functions
F12
5
Heated washer jets.
F14
25
Front and rear screenwash pump.
F15
5
Front radar and emergency braking, electric power
steering.
F17
10
Built-in systems interface.
F19
30
Front wiper motor.
F20
15
Front and rear screenwash pump.
F21
20
Headlamp wash pump.
F22
15
Horn.
F23
15
Right hand main beam headlamp.
F24
15
Left hand main beam headlamp.
The fusebox is located in the engine
compartment near the battery.
The fuses described hereafter vary according to the equipment in your vehicle.
Access to the fuses