Toyota 4Runner III (N180) Fuse box

Years of production: 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002

Toyota is currently one of the leading car brands in the world. The company was founded in 1937 by Kiichiro Toyoda. It happens to be the largest automobile manufacturer in Japan and the second-largest in the world.

This Japan-based automotive company is mainly known to manufacture off-roading and luxury SUV cars. They were the first-ever company to manufacture 10 million vehicles per year. The company is also listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, New York Stock Exchange, and London Stock Exchange.

Speaking of Toyota, they have a wide range of cars in the market. This brings us to the Toyota 4Runner which happens to be the most popular range of Toyota cars. 4Runners comprise vehicles belong from different generations. In this post, we are concerned about Toyota 4Runner III (N180).

Toyota 4Runner III (N180): Third Generation

Toyota 4Runner III (N180) is the third generation of 4Runner cars that started production in 1996 and ended in 2002. This was once a highly popular series of cars in the market.

The third-gen 4Runners were developed under Chief Masaaki Ishiko under the project code 185T. The 4Runner III featured a new sign design and all-new chassis. It was a rugged, off-road car that was designed for high comfort. It gave high competition to other mid-size SUV cars in the market. The third-gen 4Runner had many features common to the first-gen Toyota Tacoma pickup trucks.

Toyota 4Runner III (N180) featured a larger body along with a longer wheelbase. It also provided more interior space, dual airbags, cargo space, and coil-spring suspension all around.

With each passing year, the third-gen 4Runner N180 was improved and made better. However, the production ended in 2002. Toyota 4Runner III (N180) was no doubt a great car, but today, we have more advanced SUVs from the company.

Fusebox location

Toyota 4Runner III (N180) Fuse box fusebox location

The fuse box is located in the instrument panel and in the engine compartment.

Fusebox layout

Toyota 4Runner III (N180) Fuse box fusebox layout
Fuse N°Rating (A)Functions
1. ALT-S7.5 ACharging system
2. PWR OUTLET15 APower outlets
3. RR HTR10 AThe rear air conditioning system
4. MPX- B15 APower back window, back door lock, back window wiper, open door warning (back door), power door lock control system, back window defogger, horns, theft-deterrent system
5. DOME15 AInterior lights, personal lights, luggage compartment light, clock, car audio system, gauges and meters, ignition switch light, vanity mirror light, daytime running light
6. OBD7.5 AOnboard diagnosis system
7. EFI20 AMultiport fuel injection system/ sequential multiport fuel injection system
8. HEAD(RH)10 ARight-hand headlight, gauges, and meters
9. HEAD(LH)10 ALeft-hand headlight
10. TAIL10 ATaillights, license plate lights, instrument panel lights
11. A.C10 AAir conditioning system
12. MIR HTR10 AOutside rear view mirror heaters
13. DEFOG15 ABack window defogger
14. FOG15 AFront fog lights
15. DRL7.5 ADaytime running light system
16. HEAD (HI RH)10 ARight-hand headlight (high beam), gauges and meters
17. HEAD (HI LH)10 ALeft-hand headlight (high beam)
18. HEAD (LO RH)10 ARight-hand headlight (low beam)
19. HEAD (LO LH)10 ALeft-hand headlight (low beam)
20. ECU- IG10 ACruise control system, anti- lock brake system, electronically controlled automatic transmission system, power antenna, power window, electric moon roof, power back window, back window defogger, back window wiper
21. TURN10 ATurn signals lights, emergency flashers
22. WIPER20 AWindshield wipers and washer, power door lock control system, back window defogger, horns, theft-deterrent system
23. 4WD20 AA.D.D. control system, four-wheel-drive control system, rear differential lock system
24. ACC15 ACar audio system, power antenna, clock, power rearview mirror control, cigarette lighter, SRS airbag system, seat belt pretensioners, electronically controlled automatic transmission system, power outlets, theft-deterrent system
25. GAUGE10 AGauges and meters, back window defogger, daytime running light system, air conditioning system, cruise control system, rear differential lock system, electronically controlled automatic transmission, back- up lights
26. IGN10 ASRS airbag system, seat belt pretensioners, multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system, discharge warning light
27. ECU- B7.5 AGauges and meters, SRS airbag system, seat belt pretensioners
28. HORN,HAZ15 AHorns, emergency flashers
29. STA7.5 AStarting system
30. STOP10 AStop lights, high- mounted stoplight
31. HEATER50 AAir conditioning system, all components in “A.C” fuse
32. AM140 AStarting system, all components in “ACC”, “GAUGE”, “TURN”, “ECU- IG”, “WIPER” and “4WD” fuses
33. J/B50 AAll components in “POWER”, “HORN, HAZ”, “STOP” and “ECU- B” fuses
34. AM230 AStarting system, multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system, all components in “STA” and “IGN” fuses
35. POWER30 APower window, power back window, electric moon roof, a power seat, back door lock
36. ABS60 AAnti-lock brake system
37. ALT120 ACharging system, all components in “AM1”, “HEATER”, “TAIL”, “RR HTR”, “ALT-S”, “DEFOG”, “MIR HTR” and “ACC” fuses
All Toyota 4Runner III (N180) info & diagrams provided on this site are provided for general information purpose only. Actual Toyota 4Runner III (N180) (1996-2002) diagrams & schemes (fuse box diagrams & layouts, location diagrams, wiring diagrams etc.) may vary depend on the model version.
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