The first generation Lexus GS 300 is an analogue of the Toyota Aristo 147 model for the Japanese market, which, in turn, was built in 1991 on the Crown Majesta platform. The design of the car was developed by the famous Italdesign studio Giorgetto Giugiaro . As a result, the Aristo received a spectacular and quite stylish appearance, corresponding to the status of a luxury mid-size sedan. In this material, we will analyze in detail the fuse circuits of the 1st generation Toyota Aristo (147/141 body), as well as the Lexus GS 300 (S140): 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996 and 1997 release.
In the engine compartment
|General layout of electronic modules in the engine compartment|
|2||Headlight wiper relay module|
|3||Traction Control Relay Module|
In the passenger compartment
Fuse box located under the dashboard on the driver's side (for left-hand drive models) or under the glove compartment on the passenger side (for right-hand drive models). Next to it (at the end of the dashboard) is the cabin relay unit.
|Cabin relay box|
|R1||Direction indicators and hazard warning lights|
|R2||Daytime running lights No. 4|
|R4||Power (power windows, sunroof, central locking, steering column, power seats)|