Toyota Venza belongs to the class of mid-size crossovers (CUV - Crossover Utility Vehicle). This model for the North American market has been produced since November 2008 at the Toyota plant in Kentucky, USA. A distinctive feature of the model is a unique body design that combines elegance and massive shapes, and a very high level of cabin comfort, which evokes a great feeling of luxury, spaciousness and freedom. The car was created on the basis of the Camry platform and largely borrows its technical stuffing. If we talk about the position of the car in the Toyota lineup, then it occupies an intermediate position between such popular models as the RAV4 and Highlander.
General layout of electrical equipment.
|Fuse and relay box
|Engine control module
|Transmission control module
|Headlamp wiper relay
General layout of electrical equipment in the Toyota Venza passenger compartment.
|Additional fuses and relays on the side of the block
|Fog lamp relay
|Side lamps relay
|Auxiliary relay (ACC)
|Electric seats 30A
Located to the right of the main unit.
|Rear fog lamp
|Ignition (IG1 #2)
- Sunroof control module;
- Right mirror control module;
- Receiver for central locking;
- Distribution connector;
- Module for controlling the luggage compartment door;
- Control module for body electrical equipment (in the absence of a luggage compartment door with an electric drive);
- Left mirror control module.