The third generation Land Cruiser Prado replaced the J90 series in 2002. The new model received the "120th" index. Like its predecessor, the "third" Prado was produced in bodies with five or three doors: cars, respectively, received the designation J120 or J125. Compared to the 90th series, the model has become noticeably more comfortable, more luxurious in equipment and slightly increased in size. Demonstrating the technological excellence of the novelty, the engineers presented new electronic start assistance systems on the ascent and during the descent.
Considered fuse diagrams for Toyota Land Cruiser Prado 120/125: 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 year release.