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Toyota Corolla (2007 - 2008) Fuse Box Diagram

avatar Jonathan Yarden Feb 11, 2021 · 5 min. read

In this article you will find a description of fuses and relays Toyota, with photos of block diagrams and their locations. Highlighted the cigarette lighter fuse (as the most popular thing people look for).
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Year of production: 2007, 2008

Engine compartment

Toyota Corolla mk9 - fuse box - engine compartment

Instrument panel

Toyota Corolla mk9 - fuse box - instrument panel

Fuses (type A)

Fuse Ampere rating Description
1 FOG 15 Front fog lights
2 HEAD LH UPR 10 Left−hand headlight (high beam)
3 HEAD RH UPR 10 Right−hand headlight (high beam), high beam indicator light
4 SPARE 30 Spare fuse
5 SPARE 15 Spare fuse
6 SPARE 10 Spare fuse
7 ETCS 10 Electronic throttle control system
8 AMP 30 Car audio system
9 MAIN 30 Starting system, “AM2” fuse
10 DOME 15 Car audio system, clock, personal lights, interior light, trunk light, open door warning light, wireless remote control system
11 HORN 10 Horn
12 HAZARD 10 Emergency flashers, turn signal lights
13 EFI 20 Multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system, emission control system, “EFI2” fuse
14 ALT−S 5 Charging system
15 HEAD LH LWR 10 Left−hand headlight (low beam)
16 HEAD RH LWR 10 Right−hand headlight (low beam)
17 EFI2 15 Multiport fuel injection system/ sequential multiport fuel injection system, emission control system
18 TAIL 15 Tail lights, license plate lights, instrument panel lights, instrument cluster lights
19 OBD 7,5 On−board diagnosis system
20 P/W 30 No circuit
21 WIPER 25 Windshield wipers
22 AM2 15 Charging system, multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system, starting system, SRS airbag system
23 STOP 15 Stop lights, high mounted stoplight, anti−lock brake system, shift lock control system, engine control system, cruise control system
24 DOOR 25 Power door lock system
25 AM1 25 “CIG” fuse
26 ECU−IG 10 Electric cooling fan, anti−lock brake system, vehicle stability control system, traction control system, brake assist system, shift lock control system, cruise control system
27 RR WIPER 15 No circuit
28 A/C 10 Air conditioning system
29 INV 15 No circuit
30 P/POINT 15 Power outlet (in the rear console box)
31 ECU−B 10 Daytime running light system
32 CIG 15 Power outlet (on the instrument panel) or cigarette lighter, car audio system, clock, power rear view mirror control, shift lock control system
33 GAUGE 10 Gauges and meters, air conditioning system, daytime running light system, charging system, auto anti−glare inside rear view mirror, power windows, cruise control system, rear window defogger, back−up lights, front passenger’s seat belt reminder light
34 WASHER 15 Windshield washer
35 M−HTR/DEF I−UP 10 Engine control system

Fuses (type B)

Fuse Ampere rating Description
36 ABS NO.1 30 Anti−lock brake system, vehicle stability control system, traction control system, brake assist system
37 RDI FAN 30 Electric cooling fan
38 ABS NO.2 40 (without vehicle stability
control system)
Anti−lock brake system
50 (with vehicle stability
control system)
Anti−lock brake system, vehicle stability control system, traction control system, brake assist system
40 HTR 40 Air conditioning system
41 DEF 40 Rear window defogger, “M−HTR/DEF I−UP” fuse
42 POWER 30 Power windows, electric moon roof

Fuses (type C)

Fuse Ampere rating [A] Description
43 ALT 100 Charging system, “ABS NO.1”, “ABS NO.2”, “RDI FAN”, “FOG”, “HTR”, “AM1”, “POWER”, “DOOR”, “ECU−B”, “TAIL”, “STOP”, “P/POINT”, “INV” and “OBD” fuses

WARNING: Terminal and harness assignments for individual connectors will vary depending on vehicle equipment level, model, and market.

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