Most of the power circuits of the Japanese crossover electrical equipment are protected by fuses. Headlights, fan motors, fuel pump and other powerful current consumers are connected via relays. Protective elements are installed in mounting blocks, which are located under the hood and in the passenger compartment.
Fuse box in the cabin
They are located at the end of the instrument panel at both ends.
Left box (main)
The fuse number 19, 20A, is responsible for the cigarette lighter. The individual relay elements are located on the back of the unit: Ignition, Heater, Heated rear window, Auxiliary relay.
Under the hood
There are 4 fuse boxes in the engine compartment. 2 mounting blocks are located next to the battery, high power fuses on the battery terminal and behind the bumper on the side under the headlight is another additional one.
Block behind bumper
This article is for informational purposes only. Let us remind you again that the current designation for your vehicle is located on the protective cover.