The premiere of the fifth-generation front-wheel drive sedan Lexus ES took place in 2006. The new version after the long domination of three-liter power units (apart from the debut of the first generation with a 2.5-liter engine and a short-lived version of the fourth generation with a 3.3-liter engine) received a 3.5-liter engine for the first time. The car is still built on the Toyota Camry platform. However, its premium status is underlined by an emphasis on premium luxury, with increased attention to the smallest detail and rich finishes with inlays in wood, polished metal and leather, and also demonstrates a very high level of performance and comfort.
The power circuits of the Japanese premium car are protected by relays and fuses. The elements are installed in blocks located in the engine compartment and the passenger compartment. Considered fuse diagrams of Lexus ES 350 (XV40 / GSV40) 5th generation 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 year release.
In the passenger compartment
Location of components: 1. fuse block, 2. Body electrical control unit, 3. Direction indicator relay, 4. Lighting control unit (adaptive lighting), 5. Distribution block No. 3, 6. Distribution block No. 1, 7. Distribution block No. 2, 8 Distribution block No. 4, 9. Wiper relay, 10. Air conditioner amplifier, 11. Control unit for outside rear-view mirrors, 12. Certification unit, 13. Active engine mounts unit, 14. Distance control unit, 15. Network gateway unit, 16. Tire pressure control unit, 17. Central airbag unit, 18. Transmission selector lock unit, 19. Distribution unit No. 5, 20. Steering wheel lock unit, 21. Steering column control unit, 22. ID block.
In the engine compartment
Location of components: 1. Front left power window control unit, 2. Right front power window control unit, 3. Sunroof control unit, 4. Distribution block No. 6, 5. Seat belt control unit, 6. Ground clearance control unit, 7. Audio amplifier, 8 . Central locking receiver, 9. Rear curtain relay, 10. Right rear power window control unit, 11. Tire pressure monitoring system aerial and receiver, 12. Rear left power window control unit