Toyota RAV4 (XA10; 1995-1997) fuses and relays

 

In this article, we consider the first-generation Toyota RAV4 (XA10) before a facelift, produced from 1995 to 1997. Here you will find fuse box diagrams of Toyota RAV4 1995, 1996 and 1997, 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 RAV4 1995-1997


Cigar lighter (power outlet) fuse in the Toyota RAV4 is the fuse #4 “CIG & RAD” in the Instrument panel fuse box #1 (see also fuse “AM1” in the Passenger Compartment Fuse Box №2).


Passenger Compartment Fuse Boxes

Fuse box location

The location of the fuses in the passenger compartment: Toyota RAV4 (XA10; 1995-1997)

Fuse Box №1 Diagram

The fuse box is located in the left side of the instrument panel, behind the cover.

Instrument panel fuse box #1 diagram: Toyota RAV4 (1995, 1996, 1997)

Assignment of the fuses in the Passenger Compartment Fuse Box №1

Name Amp Circuit
1 TAIL 10 Tail lights, parking lights, license plate lights, interior lights
2 GAUGE 11 Gauges and meters, service reminder indicators (except discharge and open door warning lights), backup lights, air conditioning system, power windows, rear window defogger, center differential lock system, electronically controlled automatic transmission system
3 TURN 7.5 Turn signal lights
4 CIG & RAD 15 Cigarette lighter, clock, car audio system, power rear view mirrors
5 DEF-I/UP 7.5 Multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system
6 IGN 7.5 Multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system, discharge warning light
7 ECU-IG 7.5 Anti-lock brake system, electronically controlled automatic transmission system
8 WIPER 20 Windshield wipers and washer, rear window wiper and washer
9
10 SRS 7.5 SRS airbag system
11 OBD 7.5 On-board diagnosis system
12 STOP 10 Stop lights

Fuse Box №2 Diagram

Instrument panel fuse box #2 diagram: Toyota RAV4 (1995, 1996, 1997)

Assignment of the fuses and relay in the Passenger Compartment Fuse Box №2

Name Amp Circuit
1 POWER 30 Power windows, power door lock system
2 DEF 30 Rear window defogger
3 AM1 40 “CIG & RAD”, “WIPER”, “GAUGE”, “ECU-IG”, “TURN”, “TAIL” and “PANEL” fuses
4 Noise Filter
Relay
R1 Defogger
R2 Power Main Relay
R3 Taillight
R4 Integration Relay

Fuse Box №3 Diagram

Instrument panel fuse box #3 diagram: Toyota RAV4 (1995, 1996, 1997)

Assignment of the fuses and relay in the Passenger Compartment Fuse Box №3

Name Amp Circuit
1 A/C 7.5 Air conditioning system
2
Relay
R1 Heater

Relay Box

Passenger Compartment Relay Box: Toyota RAV4 (1995, 1996, 1997)

Relay
R1 Circuit Opening Relay
R2
R3 Turn Signal Flasher
R4

Engine Compartment Fuse Boxes

Fuse box location

The location of the fuses in the engine compartment: Toyota RAV4 (1995, 1996, 1997)


Fuse box diagram

Under-hood fuse box diagram: Toyota RAV4 (1995, 1996, 1997)

Assignment of the fuses and relay in the Engine Compartment

Name Amp Circuit
1
2
3 H-LP (LH) 15 Left-hand headlight
4 H-LP (RH) 15 Right-hand headlight
5
6
7 SPARE 15 Spare fuse
8 SPARE 10 Spare fuse
9 ALT-S 5 Charging system
10
11 HAZ-HORN 15 Emergency flashers, horns
12 EFI 15 Multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system
13 DOME 15 Personal lights, open door warning light, clock
14 AM2 20 Multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system, charging system
15 CDS FAN 30 Electric cooling fan
16 RDI FAN 30 Electric cooling fan
17
18 MAIN No. 1 30 Starting system, headlights
19 ABS 60 -1997: Anti-lock brake system
20
Relay
R1 Main
R2 Headlights
R3 Starter

Relay Box

Engine Compartment Relay Box: Toyota RAV4 (1995, 1996, 1997)

Relay
R1 EFI Main
R2 Electric cooling fan (No.1)
R3 Horn
R4 Electric cooling fan (No.3)
R5 Magnetic clutch (A/C)
R6 Electric cooling fan (No.2)

Fusible Link Block

Name Amp Circuit
1 Main 80 “AM2”, “HAZ-HORN”, “EFI” “DOME”, “RADIO” and “ALT-S” fuses
2 ALT 100 Tail lights, “ABS”, “RADIO”, “HTR”, “AM1”, “POWER”, “STOP” and “DEF” fuses
3 HTR 50 Air conditioning system


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