Toyota Hilux SW4 / Fortuner (AN50/AN60; 2005-2015) fuses and relays

 

In this article, we consider the first-generation Toyota Fortuner / Toyota Hilux SW4 (AN50/AN60), produced from 2004 to 2015. Here you will find fuse box diagrams of Toyota Fortuner 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015, get information about the location of the fuse panels inside the car, and learn about the assignment of each fuse (fuse layout) and relay.

Fuse Layout Toyota Hilux SW4 / Fortuner 2005-2015


Cigar lighter (power outlet) fuse in the Toyota Hilux SW4 / Fortuner are the fuses #5 “PWR OUT” (Power outlet) and #9 “CIG” (Cigarette lighter) in the Instrument panel fuse box..


Passenger Compartment Fuse Box

Fuse box location

Left-hand drive vehicles

Right-hand drive vehicles

 

The fuse box is located under the steering wheel, behind the cover.The location of the fuses in the passenger compartment: Toyota Hilux SW4 / Fortuner (2005-2015)

Left-hand drive vehicles

Right-hand drive vehicles


Fuse box diagram

Instrument panel fuse box diagram: Toyota Hilux SW4 / Fortuner (2005-2015)

Assignment of the fuses in the Passenger Compartment

Name Amp Circuit
1 INJ 15 Multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system
2 OBD 7.5 On-board diagnosis system
3 STOP 10 Stop lights, high mounted stoplight, multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system, ABS, TRC, VSC and shift lock control system
4 TAIL 10 Instrument panel light, front fog lights, headlight beam level control system, front position lights, tail lights, license plate lights, multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system, multi-information display, daytime running light system and automatic headlight system
5 PWR OUT 15 Power outlet
6 ST 7.5 Starting system, gauges and meters and multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system
7 A/C 10 Air conditioning system
8 MET 7.5 Gauges and meters and DPF system
9 CIG 15 Cigarette lighter
10 ACC 7.5 Audio system, power outlet, clock, power rear view mirror control system, shift lock control system and multi-information display
11 IGN 7.5 Multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system, SRS airbags and fuel pump
12 WIP 20 Windshield wiper and washer
13 ECU-IG & GAUGE 10 Air conditioning system, charging system, rear differential lock system, ABS, TRC, VSC, emergency flashers, turn signal lights, back-up lights, multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system, shift lock control system, rear window defogger, headlights, door courtesy switches, power door lock system, wireless remote control system, steering sensor, daytime running light system, cruise control, headlight cleaners, seat heaters, outside rear view mirror defoggers, multi-information display and passenger’s seat belt reminder light

Instrument panel fuse box diagram: Toyota Hilux SW4 / Fortuner (2005-2015)

Name Amp Circuit
1 AM1 40 Rear differential lock system, ABS, TRC, VSC, “ACC”, “CIG”, “ECU-IG & GAUGE”, and “WIP” fuses
2 IG1 40 “PWR”, “S-HTR”, “4WD”, “DOOR”, “DEF” and “MIR HTR” fuses
Relay
R1 Power outlet (PWR OUT)
R2 Heater (HTR)
R3 Integration relay

Relay Box

It is located behind the glovebox.Passenger Compartment Relay Box (location): Toyota Hilux SW4 / Fortuner (2005-2015)

Left-hand drive vehicles

Right-hand drive vehicles

Passenger Compartment Relay Box: Toyota Hilux SW4 / Fortuner (2005-2015)

Passenger Compartment Relay Box

Name Amp Circuit
1 DOOR 25 Power door lock system and power windows
2 DEF 20 Rear window defogger and multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system
3
4 4WD 20 Rear differential lock system, ABS, TRC and VSC
5 PWR 30 Power windows
Relay
R1 Ignition (IG1)
R2 Rear window defogger (DEF)

Fuse Box in the Engine Compartment

Fuse box location

The fuse box is located in the engine compartment (left-side)The location of the fuses in the engine compartment: Toyota Hilux SW4 / Fortuner (2005-2015)

Fuse box diagram

Under-hood fuse box diagram: Toyota Hilux SW4 / Fortuner (2005-2015)

 

Assignment of the fuses in the Engine Compartment

Name Amp Circuit
1 25 Spare fuse
2 15 Spare fuse
3 10 Spare fuse
4 FOG 15 Front fog lights
5 HORN 10 Horn
6 EFI 25 Multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system
7
8 H-LP RL 20 Before Jun. 2011: Right-hand headlight (Low)
8 H-LP RL 15 From Jun. 2011: Right-hand headlight (Low)
9 H-LP LL 20 Before Jun. 2011: Left-hand headlight (Low)
9 H-LP LL 15 From Jun. 2011: Left-hand headlight (Low)
10 H-LP RH 20 Before Jun. 2011: Right-hand headlight (High) and right-hand headlight (Low)
10 H-LP RH 15 From Jun. 2011: Right-hand headlight (High) and right-hand headlight (Low)
11 H-LP LH 20 Before Jun. 2011: Left-hand headlight (High) and left-hand headlight (Low)
11 H-LP LH 15 From Jun. 2011: Left-hand headlight (High) and left-hand headlight (Low)
12 ECU-IG NO.2 7.5 Before Aug. 2013: Multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system
12 ECU-IG NO.2 10 From Aug. 2013: Multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system
13
14 ECU-B 7.5 Before Aug. 2008: Door courtesy switches, power door lock system, wireless remote control system, steering sensor and headlights
14 ECU-B 10 From Aug. 2008: Door courtesy switches, power door lock system, wireless remote control system, steering sensor and headlights
15 RAD 15 Before Aug. 2013: Audio system
15 RAD 20 From Aug. 2013: Audio system
16 DOME 7.5 Interior lights, engine switch light, personal light, gauges and meters, clock, multi-information display, wireless remote control system, daytime running light system and fog light
17 A/F 20 Emission control system
18 ETCS 10 Multiport fuel injection system/ sequential multiport fuel injection system, electric throttle control system
19 ALT-S 7.5 Charging system
20 TURN-HAZ 15 Emergency flashers and turn signal lights
21
22 ECU-B NO.2 7.5 Air conditioning system
23 DCC 30 “ECU-B”, “DOME” and “RAD” fuses
24 PTC NO.1 50 1KD-FTV, 5L-E: Power heater
24 H-LP CLN 50 1GR-FE: Headlight cleaners
25 PWR SEAT 30 Power seat
26 CDS FAN 30 Electric cooling fan
27 ABS NO.1 40 Before Aug. 2008: ABS, TRC and VSC
27 RR CLR 40 From Aug. 2008: Rear air conditioner
28 FR HTR 40 Before Aug. 2009: Air conditioning system, “A/C” fuse
28 FR HTR 50 From Aug. 2009: Air conditioning system, “A/C” fuse
29 ABS NO.2 40 ABS, TRC and VSC
30 RR CLR 30 Before Aug. 2008: Rear air conditioner
30 ABS NO.1 40 From Aug. 2008: ABS, TRC and VSC
31 ALT 100 Charging system, “PWR SEAT”, “HLP CLN”, “FR HTR”, “AM1”, “IG1”, “PTC NO.1”, “PTC NO.2”, “PWR OUT”, “STOP”, “TAIL” and “OBD” fuses
32 GLOW 80 Engine glow system
33 BATT P/I 50 “FOG”, “HORN” and “EFT fuses
34 AM2 30 Engine starter, “ST”, “IGN”, “INJ” and “MET” fuses
35 MAIN 40 “H-LP RH”, “H-LP LH”, “H-LP RL” and “H-LP LL” fuses
36 A/PUMP 50 2TR-FE: Multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system
36 H-LP CLN 50 1KD-FTV: Headlight cleaners
Relay
R1 Dimmer (DIM)
R2 HID: Headlight (H-LP)
Halogen: Electric cooling fan (CDS FAN)
A
R1 Starter (ST)
R2 1GR-FE, 2TR-FE: Air fuel ratio sensor (A/F)
1KD-FTV, 5L-E: Engine glow system (GLOW)
R3 1GR-FE, 2TR-FE: Fuel pump (F/PMP)


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