Toyota RAV4 XA30 and CA30 (2006-2012) – fuse box

Toyota RAV4 XA30 and CA30 – fuse box diagram

Year of production: 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012.

The Cigarette Lighter (Power Outlet) fuses on the Toyota RAV4 are fuses 23 (cigarette lighter), 24 (power outlets), 27 (power outlets), 12  in the instrument panel fuse box and fuse 18 (115V power outlet) in the engine compartment fuse box No. 1.

Engine compartment

location

Description

  1. Fuse and relay box # 1
  2. 2AD-FHV, 2AD-FTV: Injector Control Unit (EDU) (from December 2008)
  3. 2AD-FHV: Injector Control Unit (EDU) (up to December 2008)
  4. 2AD-FTV: Injector Control Unit (EDU) (up to December 2008)
  5. Valvematic
  6. ABS control unit
  7. Fuse and relay box # 2
  8. Engine control unit
  9. Transmission control unit
  10. Cooling fan control unit or left cooling fan control unit
  11. Glow plug relay
  12. Right cooling fan control unit
  13. Headlight wiper relay

Fuse and relay box 1

On the right under the hood.

 

Description

1 Not used
2 Not used
3 Not used
4 7.5A – Air conditioning;Electric windows.
5 7,5A – Charging system
7.5A – audio system (JBL)
6 20A – Steering Lock System (with Keyless Entry and Start System)
7 Not used
8 DCC
9 20A – Audio system
10 10A – Wireless remote control system;

Power steering;

Body electronics;

Clock;

Instrument cluster;

Keyless system;

Opening and starting;

Central lock;

Audio system;

Navigation system;

Instrumentation.

11 10A – Ignition switch illumination;

Engine start button illumination (with keyless entry and start system);

“ENGINE START STOP” switch illumination (with keyless entry and start system);

Interior lighting;

Cosmetic mirror lighting;

Luggage compartment lighting;

Personal lighting;

Lighting of the lower part of the cabin.

12
13 10A – Left main beam light
14 10A – Right main beam light
15 10A – Left dipped beam
16 10A – Right dipped beam
17
18 15A – Socket (115V)
19 30A – Trailer connector
20 25A – Autonomous passenger compartment heater
21 Not used
22 20A – Heated zone of the remaining windshield wiper blades
23 50A – Air conditioning
24 50A – Auxiliary heater
25 50A 840W: Auxiliary heater
30A 300W: Auxiliary heater
26 50A 840W: Auxiliary heater
30A 300W: Auxiliary heater
27 50A – Fuses: 13, 14, 15, 16.
28 Not used
29 30A – Cooling fan
50A – 2GR-FE with hitch option: Cooling fan
30 30A – Cooling fan
50A – 2GR-FE with hitch option: Cooling fan
31 30A – Headlight cleaning
R1 Light switch, high beam
R2 Headlamps, low beam
R3 Daytime running lights (No.4)
R4 Daytime running lights (No.3)
R5 Except for 2GR-FE: Cooling fan (No.3)
R6 Except for 2GR-FE: Cooling fan (No.2)
R7 Except for 2GR-FE: Cooling fan (No.1)
R8 Not used
R9 Heated zone of the remaining windscreen wiper blades
R10 Daytime running lights (No.2)
R11 Except for 2GR-FE: Auxiliary heater
R12 Except for 2GR-FE: Auxiliary heater
2GR-FE: Cooling Fan (No.2)
R13 2GR-FE: Cooling Fan (No.1)
Except for 2GR-FE: Auxiliary heater
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Fuse and relay box 2

On the left side of the engine compartment.

 

Description

1 30A – 3ZR-FAE: Valvematic
2 30A – Audio system (JBL)
3 30A – Starting system
4 15A – Engine starting system;

Multipoint fuel injection system;

Sequential multiport fuel injection system.

5 10A – Alarm
6 10A – Multipoint fuel injection system;

Sequential multiport fuel injection system.

7 7.5A – Starting system
8
9 10A Multiport fuel injection system;

Sequential multiport fuel injection system.

10 10A – Multipoint fuel injection system;

Sequential multiport fuel injection system.

11 7.5A – A / T; from December 2008:

Multiport fuel injection system;

Sequential multiport fuel injection system

7,5A – Starting system;

Multipoint fuel injection system;

Sequential multiport fuel injection system.

12 80A – Heating system
13 60A – Power steering
14 80A – Fuses: 27, 4, 11, 10, 9.
15 120A ALT – Gasoline engines, vehicles without coupling options:

Fuses: “ABS 1”, “ABS 2”, “RDI”, “CDS”, “HTR”, “HOWING”

140A ALT – Diesel engines, vehicles with hitch option:

Fuses: “ABS 1”, “ABS 2”, “RDI”, “CDS”, “HTR”, “HOWING”

16 50A – Fuses: “EFl MAIN”, “HORN”, “A / F”, “EDU”
17 Not used
18 30A – Anti-lock braking system (ABS);

Traction control;

Vehicle Stability Assist;

Hill descent assistant;

Hill descent assistant.

19 50A – ABS, anti-lock braking system;

Traction control system;

Vehicle Stability Assist;

Hill descent assistant.

20 20A – Multipoint fuel injection system;

Sequential multiport fuel injection system;

Fuses: “EFI NO. 1”, “EFI NO. 2”, “EFI NO. 3”.

21 10A – Horn
22 25A – Multipoint fuel injection system;

Sequential multiport fuel injection system.

23 20A – Gasoline:

Multiport fuel injection system / sequential multiport fuel injection system

20A – Diesel:

Multiport fuel injection system / sequential multiport fuel injection system

15A – 3ZR-FAE:

Multiport fuel injection system / sequential multiport fuel injection system

R1 Vehicle stability system
R2 Not used
R3 Vehicle stability system
R4 Ignition (IG2)
R5 Anti-lock braking system
R6 Air conditioning compressor clutch
R7 Fuel pump
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Passenger compartment

location

Left Hand Drive (LHD)

Right hand drive (RHD)

Description

  1. LHD: Relay box # 2
  2. Relay box # 1
  3. Fuse box / body ECM
  4. Key transponder amplifier
  5. Steering lock control unit
  6. Power steering control unit
  7. Distribution block
  8. Distribution block
  9. Tire pressure monitoring system control unit
  10. Brake light relay
  11. All-wheel drive control unit
  12. Automatic wiper relay
  13. Gear lever lock control unit
  14. Airbag central control unit
  15. Air conditioner amplifier
  16. RHD: Starter relay (ST) (Gasoline, Before Dec 2008: Diesel with Keyless Entry and
    Starting ) Jumper (Before Dec 2008: Diesel engines without Keyless Entry and Starting)
  17. RHD: Turn Signal Relay (Warning Lamps)
  18. RHD: Anti-theft control unit
  19. RHD: Double interlock control unit

Fuse box

In the diagram, it is marked with the number 3 .

It is located under the dashboard on the left side of the steering wheel.

 

 

Description

1 Not used
2 15A – Heated seats
3 25A – Screen wiper
4 15A – Rear wiper
5 15A – Windshield washer;

Rear window washer.

6 10A – Cooling fan;

ABS;

Anti-skid system;

Stability control system;

Uphill traction assist system;

Hill assist system;

AWD system with electronic torque distribution;

Air conditioning system;

Body electronics;

Sunroof;

Auto-dimming interior mirror;

Brake lights;

Position lights;

Heated wiper blades;

Power steering;

Disengaging the clutch;

Headlight cleaner;

Heater;

Clock.

7 10A – Air conditioning;

Heated rear window.

8 7,5A – Z Diagnostic connector
9 10A – Stop lights;

Additional brake light;

Gear lever lock;

Multipoint fuel injection system;

Sequential multiport fuel injection system;

ABS;

Anti-skid system;

Stability control system;

Uphill traction assistance;

Slope Traction Control.

10 Not used
11 25A – Body electronics;

Central lock.

12 25A – Fuses: “ACC”, “CIG”
13 7.5A 4WD – All-wheel drive with electronic torque distribution
14 15A – Front fog lamp
15 7.5A – Starting system
16 10A – Side light;

License plate lighting;

Front fog lamp;

Rear fog light.

17 7,5A – Audio system;

Dashboard illumination;

Clock.

18 10A – Reversing lamps, charging system
19 20A – Windows (entrance door)
20 20A – Window regulator (left rear door)
21 20A – Window regulator (rear right door)
22 25A – Sunroof
23 15A – Cigarette lighter
24 7,5A – Audio system;

Electric sockets;

Electric mirrors;

Gear lever lock;

Body electronics;

Clock.

25 Not used
26 10A – Heated mirrors
27 15A – Power socket
28 Not used
29 10A – Rear fog light
30 7.5A – Airbags;

Multipoint fuel injection system;

Sequential multiport fuel injection system;

Brake lights;

Position lights;

Starter layout.

31 7.5A – Instrument cluster
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Relays

Circuit breakers

  1.  30A – Electric windows
  2. 30A DEF – Heated rear window, fuse: “MIR HTR”
  3. 30A P / SEAT – Electric seat

Relay

  • R1 – Ignition (IG1)
  • R2 – Heater (mechanical air conditioner) / Jumper (automatic air conditioner)
  • R3 – LHD: Direction indicators (warning lights)

Relay box

It is located next to the fuse box.

 

Description

R1 Starter (ST CUT)
R2 LHD: Starter (ST) (petrol, before Dec 2008:Diesel with Keyless Entry and Starting)
LHD: Short starter (before Dec. 2008: diesel engines without keyless entry and starting)
R3 Front fog lamp
R4 Rear fog light
Socket (115V)
R5 Auxiliary relay
R6 Power socket

Additional items

Description

  1. Distribution block
  2. Sunroof control unit
  3. Antenna and receiver for tire pressure monitoring system
  4. Central locking receiver
  5. Sound amplifier

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