Toyota Dyna 100/150 - 2014 Fuse Box Diagram

Toyota Dyna 100/150 - 2014 Fuse Box Diagram

STARTING AND DRIVING
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Instruments
and
controls.
Especially
make sure the service reminder indicators,
instrument lights, and defroster are work-
ing.
Brakes.
Make sure the pedal has enough
clearance.
Spare fuses.
Make sure you have spare
fuses. They should cover all the amperage
ratings designated on the fuse box lid.
In the engine compartment
Coolant level.
Make sure the coolant lev-
el
is
correct.
(See
page
190
in
Section
7
2 for instructions.)
Wiring.
Look for damaged, loose, or dis-
connected wires.
Fuel lines.
Check the lines for leaks or
loose connections.
AFTER STARTING THE ENGINE
Exhaust
system.
If
you
notice
any
change
in
the
sound
of
the
exhaust
or
smell exhaust fumes, have the cause lo-
cated
and
corrected
immediately.
(See
“Engine exhaust cautions” on page 114 in
Section 2.)
Engine
oil
level.
Stop
the
engine
and
check the dipstick with the vehicle parked
on a level spot. (See page 188 in Section
7
2 for instructions.)
WHILE DRIVING
Instruments.
Make sure the speedometer
and gauges are working.
Brakes.
In a safe place, check that the
brakes do not pull to one side when ap-
plied.
Anything unusual?
Look for loose parts
and leaks. Listen for abnormal noises.
If everything looks O.K., set your mind at
ease and enjoy your trip!
D
Always slow down in gusty crosswinds.
This will allow you much better control.
D
Drive
slowly
onto
curbs
and,
if
pos-
sible,
at
a
right
angle.
Avoid
driving
onto
high,
sharp
edged
objects
and
other
road
hazards.
Failure
to
do
so
can lead to severe tire damage such
as a tire burst.
Drive slowly when passing over bumps
or travelling on a bumpy road. Other-
wise,
the
impact
could
cause
severe
damage to the tires and/or wheels.
D
When parking on a hill, turn the front
wheels
until
they
touch
the
curb
so
that the vehicle will not roll. Apply the
parking brake, and place the transmis-
sion
in
first
or
reverse.
If
necessary,
block the wheels.
D
Washing your vehicle or driving through
deep water may get the brakes wet. To
see whether they are wet, check that
there is no traffic near you, and then
press
the pedal
lightly.
If you do not
feel a normal braking force, the brakes
are
probably
wet.
To
dry
them,
drive
the
vehicle
cautiously
while
lightly
pressing the brake pedal with the park-
ing brake applied. If they still
do not
work safely, pull to the side of the road
and call any authorized Toyota dealer
or
repairer,
or
another
duly
qualified
and
equipped
professional,
for
assis-
tance.
CAUTION
D
Before
driving
off,
make
sure
the
parking brake is fully released and
the parking brake reminder light is
off.
D
Do
not
leave
your
vehicle
unat-
tended while the engine is running.
D
Do not rest your foot on the brake
pedal
while
driving.
It
can
cause
dangerous
overheating,
needless
wear, and poor fuel economy.
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Tips for driving in various
conditions
DO
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YOURSELF MAINTENANCE: Electrical components
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Type A
Good
Blown
Type B
Good
Blown
Type C
Good
Blown
Instrument panel
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 182 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 219
in Section
8 for
the functions
controlled by each circuit.
Type
A
fuses
can
be
pulled
out
by
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
“CIG”,
“DOME” or “A/C” fuse, which may be dis-
pensable for normal driving, and use it if
its amperage rating is the same.
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Checking and replacing fuses
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DO
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YOURSELF MAINTENANCE: Electrical components
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.
If a new fuse immediately blows out, there
is
a
problem
with
the
electrical
system.
Have any authorized Toyota dealer or re-
pairer,
or
another
duly
qualified
and
equipped professional, 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.
If washer fluid does not come out, the
washer
fluid
tank
may
be
empty.
To
check
the
washer
fluid
level,
simply
look at the transparent tank. If the level
is low, 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
or repairer and most auto parts stores or
another duly qualified professional. 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.
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Adding washer fluid
SPECIFICATIONS
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Instrument panel
Left side of the vehicle
Fuses (type A)
1. CIG 15 A:
Cigarette lighter
2. DOOR 30 A:
Power door lock system
3. IG1
NO.2 10 A:
Gauges and meters,
service reminder indicators and warning
buzzer, back
up lights, back buzzer
4. WIP
30
A
:
Windshield
wipers
and
washer
5. A/C 10 A:
Air conditioning system
6. IG1 10 A:
Back
up lights, back buzzer
7. TRN 10 A:
Turn signal lights, emergen-
cy flashers
8. ECU
IG 10 A:
Anti
lock brake system
9. RR
FOG 10 A:
Rear fog light
10. OBD 10 A:
On
board diagnosis system
11. DOME 10 A:
Interior lights
12. ECU
B 10 A:
Headlights, tail lights
13. TAIL
15
A:
Tail
lights,
front
position
lights,
license
plate
lights,
instrument
panel lights, rear fog light
14. H
LP LL 10 A (vehicle with daytime
running
light
system):
Left
hand
headlight (low beam)
15. H
LP RL 10 A (vehicle with daytime
running
light
system):
Right
hand
headlight (low beam)
16. H
LP LH 10 A (vehicle with daytime
running light system) or H
LP LH 15
A
(vehicle
without
daytime
running
light
system):
Left
hand
headlight
(high beam)
17. H
LP RH 10 A (vehicle with daytime
running light system) or H
LP RH 15
A
(vehicle
without
daytime
running
light
system):
Right
hand
headlight
(high beam)
18. HORN 10 A:
Horns
19. HAZ 10 A:
Emergency flashers
20. STOP 10 A:
Stop lights
21. ST 10 A:
Starting system
22. IG2 10 A:
SRS airbag system
23. A/C NO.2 10 A:
Air conditioning sys-
tem
24. SPARE 10 A:
Spare fuse
25. SPARE 15 A:
Spare fuse
26. SPARE 20 A:
Spare fuse
27. SPARE 30 A:
Spare fuse
28. FOG 15A:
Fog light
29. F/HTR 30 A:
Front heater
30. EFI1 10 A:
Engine control system
31. ALT
S 10 A:
Charging system, charg-
ing system warning light
32. AM2 10 A:
Engine switch
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Fuses
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SPECIFICATIONS
33. A/F 15A:
A/F
34. ECD 25 A:
Engine control system
35. E
FAN 30 A:
Electric cooling fan
36. EDU 20A:
EDU
Fuse (type B)
37. POWER
30
A:
Power
window,
power
door lock system
38. PTC1 50 A:
PTC heater
39. PTC2 50 A:
PTC heater
40. AM1 30 A:
Engine switch, “CIG”, “AIR
BAG” and “GAUGE” fuses
41. HEAD 40 A:
Headlights
42. MAIN1 30 A:
“HAZ”, “HORN”, “STOP”
and “ECU
B” fuses
43. ABS 50 A:
Anti
lock brake system
44. HTR 40 A:
Air conditioning system
45. P
MAIN 30A:
Electric cooling fan
46. P
COOL RR HTR 40A:
Air conditioning
system
47. ABS2 30 A:
Anti
lock brake system
Fuse (type C)
48. MAIN3 50 A:
“TRN”, “ECU
IG”, “IG1”,
“A/C”, “WIP” and “DOOR” fuses
49. MAIN2 50 A:
“OBD”, “TAIL”, “DOME”,
“RR
FOG” and “POWER” fuses
50. ALT 140 A:
Charging system
51. GLOW 80 A:
Engine glow system
52. ST 60 A:
Starting system
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