Toyota Corolla E120 E130 represents the 9th generation of the Corolla model range which was produced in 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007 with left and right hand drive. Delivered all over the world (America, Europe, Asia) with various body options. Also known as Toyota Fielder. In this publication you will find a description of fuses and relays Corolla E120/E130 (Fielder) with block diagrams and their locations. Note the cigarette lighter fuse.
The design of the blocks and the purpose of the elements in them may differ from the one presented and depends on the year of manufacture, the level of equipment and the region of delivery of your car (Right or Left hand drive). Check the assignment with your diagrams on the block cover.
General arrangement of blocks
In total, this model provides 5 main blocks with fuses and relays, as well as individual elements can be installed outside of them.
In the engine compartment
Main fuse box
In the general diagram, it is designated as Box 1. Located on the left side, next to the battery.
Installed next to radiators and cooling fans.
№1/2/3 - Radiator fan relay
Can be installed on the right side of the engine compartment.
- A - ABS electric pump relay;
- B - ABS valve relay;
- 1 - 7.5A ABS (VSC)
In the passenger compartment
Main fuse box
Left hand drive
The glove box must be removed to access.
Right hand drive
To access, unscrew the screw, disconnect the clips and remove the glove compartment.
Additional relay box
In the general diagram, it is designated as Block #5, it is located under the panel on the right side.
- A - Relay control system h / idle;
- B - Fog lamp relay;
- C - Relay for accessories;
- D - Heater relay