Toyota Yaris / Vitz / Belta (XP90; 2005-2013) fuses and relays

 

In this article, we consider the second-generation Toyota Yaris / Toyota Vitz / Toyota Belta (XP90), produced from 2005 to 2013. Here you will find fuse box diagrams of Toyota Yaris 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013, 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 Yaris / Vitz / Belta 2005-2013


Cigar lighter (power outlet) fuse in the Toyota Yaris / Vitz / Belta is the fuse #8 “CIG” in the Instrument panel fuse box.


Passenger Compartment Overview

Hatchback

Left-hand drive vehicles

Right-hand drive vehicles

Sedan

Left-hand drive vehicles

Right-hand drive vehicles

Passenger Compartment Fuse Box

Fuse box location

The fuse box is located under the instrument panel (left-side), behind the cover.The location of the fuses in the passenger compartment: Toyota Yaris / Vitz / Belta (XP90; 2005-2013)

Fuse box diagram

Instrument panel fuse box diagram: Toyota Yaris / Vitz / Belta (2005-2013)

Assignment of the fuses in the Passenger Compartment

Name Amp Circuit
1 TAIL 10 Side marker lights, parking lights tail lights, license plate lights, multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system
1 PANEL2 7.5 Engine immobiliser system, entry & start system, front fog light, illumination, light reminder, multi-mode manual transmission, rear fog light, starting, steering lock, taillight, wireless door lock control
2 PANEL1 7.5 Illuminations, instrument panel light control, meter and gauge
3 A/C 7.5 Rear window defogger, air conditioning system
4 D DOOR 20 Power window
5 RL DOOR 20 Rear passenger’s power window (left side)
6 RR DOOR 20 Rear passenger’s power window (right side)
7
8 CIG 15 Power outlet
9 ACC 7.5 Door lock system, outside rear view mirrors, audio system
10
11 ID/UP /
MIR HTR
10 Multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system
12
13
14 RR FOG 7.5 Rear fog lights
15 IGN 7.5 Multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system, engine immobilizer system, SRS airbag system, front passenger occupant classification system
16 MET 7.5 Meter and gauge
17 P S-HTR 15 Seat heater
18 D S-HTR 15 Seat heater
19 WIP 20/25 Windshield wiper
20 RR WIP 15 Rear wiper
21 WSH 15 Windshield washer
22 ECU-IG 10 Daytime running light system, antilock brake system, electric power steering system, power windows, door lock system, theft deterrent system, electric cooling fan
23 GAUGE 10 Charging system, turn signal lights, emergency flashers, buck-up lights, instrument panel light control, shift lock system, rear window defogger, air conditioning system, automatic transmission system
24 OBD2 7.5 On-board diagnosis system
25 STOP 10 Stop lights, high mounted stoplight, multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system, shift lock system, antilock brake system
26
27 D/L 25 Door lock system
28 FR FOG 15 Front fog lights
29
30 TAIL 10 Side marker lights, parking lights tail lights, license plate lights, multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system
31 AM1 25 Multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system

Front Side

Name Amp Circuit
1 PWR 30 Power windows
2 DEF 30 Rear window defogger
3
Relay
R1 Ignition (IG1)
R2 Heater (HTR)
R3 Flasher


Additional Fuse Box

Name Amp Circuit
1 ACC2 7.5 Shift lock system
1 AM2 NO.2 7.5 Charging, door lock control, double locking, engine control, engine immobiliser system, entry & start system, ignition, interior light, light reminder, power window, seat belt warning, starting, steering lock, wireless door lock control
1 WIP-S 7.5 Charging system
2 ACC2 7.5 Shift lock system
2 AM2 NO.2 7.5 Charging, door lock control, double locking, engine control, engine immobiliser system, entry & start system, ignition, interior light, light reminder, power window, seat belt warning, starting, steering lock, wireless door lock control
2 WIP-S 7.5 Charging system

Engine Compartment Fuse Box

Fuse box location

Hatchback

Sedan

The location of the fuses in the engine compartment: Toyota Yaris / Vitz / Belta (2005-2013)

Fuse box diagram

Under-hood fuse box diagram: Toyota Yaris / Vitz / Belta (2005-2013)

 

Assignment of the fuses and relay in the Engine Compartment

Name Amp Circuit
1
2 AM2 15 Starting system, multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system
3 EFI 20 Multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system
3 HORN 10 1NZ-FE, 2NZ-FE, 2SZ-FE, 2ZR-FE, 1KR-FE: Horn
3 ECD 30 1ND-TV: Multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system
4 HORN 10 1KR-FE, 1ND-TV: Horn
4 EFI 20 1NZ-FE, 2NZ-FE, 2SZ-FE, 2ZR-FE, 1KR-FE: Multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system
4 ECD 30 Diesel: Multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system (TMMF Made From Nov. 2008 Production)
5 30 Spare fuse
6 10 Spare fuse
7 15 Spare fuse
8
9
10
11 FR DEF 20
12 ABS2/VSC2 30 Anti-lock brake system, vehicle stability control system
13 H-LP MAIN 30 with DRL: “H-LP LH/H-LP LO LH”, “H-LP LH/H-LP LO LH”, “H-LP HI LH”, “H-LP HI RH”
14 ST 30 Starting system
15 S-LOCK 20 Steering lock system
16 DOME 15 Interior light, personal lights, theft deterrent system, audio system, wireless remote control system
17 ECU-B 7.5 Engine immobilizer system, daytime running light system, front passenger occupant classification system, power windows, door lock system, theft deterrent system, meter and gauge
18 ALT-S 7.5 Charging system
19 ETCS 10 Multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system, electronic throttle control system
20 HAZ 10 Turn signal lights, emergency flashers
21 AMT 50 Multi-mode manual transmission
21 BBC 40 Stop & Start system
22 H-LP RH /
H-LP LO RH
10 Right-hand headlight
23 H-LP LH /
H-LP LO LH
10 Left-hand headlight
24 EFI2 10 Gasoline: Multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system
24 ECD2 10 Diesel: Multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system
25 ECD3 7.5 Diesel: Multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system
26 HTR SUB2 40 435W Type: PTC heater
26 HTR SUB1 50 600W Type: PTC heater
27 EPS 50 Electric power steering system
28 ABS1/VSC1 50 Anti-lock brake system, vehicle stability control system
29 HTR 40 Air conditioning system
30 RDI 30 Electric cooling fan
31 HTR SUB1 30 435W Type: PTC heater
31 HTR SUB2 30 600W Type: PTC heater
32 H-LP CLN /
PWR HTR
30 Power heater, headlight cleaner
32 HTR SUB3 30 600W Type: PTC heater
Relay
R1 Starter (ST)
R2 Electric cooling fan (FAN NO.2)
R3 PTC heater (HTR SUB1)

Relay Box

Engine Compartment Relay Box: Toyota Yaris / Vitz / Belta (2005-2013)

With DRL

Engine Compartment Relay Box (with DRL)

Name Amp Circuit
1
2
3 H-LP HI RH 10 Headlight
4 H-LP HI LH 10 Headlight
Relay
R1 Dimmer (DIM)
R2 Vehicle stability control system / Anti-lock brake system / Multi-mode manual transmission (VSC1/ABS1/AMT)
R3
R4 Headlight (H-LP)
R5 PTC heater (HTR SUB3)
R6 PTC heater (HTR SUB2)
R7 PTC heater (HTR SUB1)
R8 Vehicle stability control system / Anti-lock brake system (VSC2/ABS2)

Without DRL

Type 1

Name Amp Circuit
1
2
Relay
R1 Vehicle stability control system (VSC1)
R2 / Vehicle stability control system (FR DEF/VSC2)

Type 2

Relay
R1 PTC heater (HTR SUB3)
R2 PTC heater (HTR SUB2)
R3 Headlight / Multi-mode manual transmission / PTC heater (H-LP/AMT/HTR SUB1)

Fusible Link Block

Gasoline

Diesel

Name Amp Circuit
1 GLOW DC/DC 80 Diesel: Multiport fuel injection system/ sequential multiport fuel injection system
2 MAIN 60 without AMT: “EFT, “HORN”, “AM2”, “ALT-S”, “DOME”, “ST”, “ECU-B”, “ETCS”, “HAZ”, “H-LP LH/H-LP LO LH” and “H-LP RH/H-LP LO RH” fuses
2 MAIN 80 With AMT: “EFI”, “HORN”, “AM2”, “ALT-S”, “DOME”, “ST’, “ECU-B”, “ETCS”, “HAZ”, “H-LP LH/H-LP LO LH”, “H-LP RH/H-LP LO RH”, “AMT” fuses
3 ALT 120 Charging system, “HTR SUB2”, “EPS”, “ABS1/VSC1”, “HTR”, “ABS2/VSC2”, “HTR SUB1”, “RDI”, “DEF”, “FR FOG”, “OBD2”, “D/L”, “POWER”, “RR DOOR”, “RL DOOR”, “STOP” and “AM1” fuses


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