Unveiled at the January 1999 Detroit Auto Show, the XYR concept car was created at Toyota's Calty Design studio in California. The XYR is the seventh, more stylish generation of the Toyota Celica, born in an atmosphere of changing auto sales market. In this material, we will analyze in detail the fuse circuits of the 7th generation Toyota Celica (T230) 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 release.
Here you will find the locations and photos of the fuse blocks. Separately, we note the fuse responsible for the cigarette lighter and fuel pump.
In the engine compartment
General diagram of the electrical equipment.
Relay box #1
'02 -'06: Air Pump Relay
'02 -'06: Headlamp Washer Relay
Engine control module (M / T) or engine and transmission control module (A / T)
'02 -'06: ABS & TRC & VSC (with VSC)
Vehicle stability control module (without VSC)
'02 -'06: Relay Box # 2
Under the hood is one main fuse box and two additional relay boxes. The second relay block has been installed on cars since 2002.
Main fuse box
Photo - an example of the execution of the main unit.
S-HTR - '02 -'05: Heated seats
AUTO ANTENNA - USA: Antenna
HEAD LH UPR - High beam left Headlamp
HEAD RH UPR - High beam right Headlamp (HEAD RH UPR DRL2)
HEAD LVL - Daytime running lamp, Headlamp range control unit