The Toyota Prius is a groundbreaking hybrid technology car in 1997. According to the manufacturer, this is the first production car with an innovative combination of an internal combustion engine and an electric motor. The first years of production, the Prius was sold only in Japan, but with the appearance of an updated version in 2000, the sedan went on sale in foreign markets, including in Europe. There is no need to talk about a special variety of the model range - the car has one modification, equipped with a 1.5-liter inline four-cylinder engine with a capacity of 70 hp, which is combined with a 33-kilowatt electric motor.
The above diagrams are relevant for Toyota Prius 1st generation restyled (XW11) 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 models.
In the passenger compartment
Location of components: 1. Brake control unit; 2. Control unit for body electrical equipment; 3. Fuse box; 4. Relay for daytime running lights; 5. Relay of direction indicators; 6. Key transponder; 7. Receiver for central locking; 8. Block of a network gateway; 9. Power steering control unit; 10. Engine control unit; 11. Relay for reversing lamps; 12. Hybrid system control unit; 13. Air conditioner amplifier; 14. Airbag control unit; 15. Control unit for blocking the gear selector
Photo location of the main block (LHD & RHD)
Audio system, ashtray lighting, headlight range control, hazard warning lights
Instrument cluster, alarm, heated rear window, service indicators, warning buzzer, reversing lamps, power windows, air conditioning
Side lamps, license plate lamp
Air conditioning, ABS, power steering, daytime running lamps