Toyota Celica VII Fuse box

Years of production: 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

Toyota Motor Corporation is one of the top automobile companies in the world. They are the largest automobile company in Japan and the second largest in the world, after Volkswagen. The company was founded 83 years ago in 1937 by Kiichiro Toyoda. They have their headquarters based in Toyota, Aichi, Japan. For decades, Toyota has provided users with the best automobiles. Their cars and vehicles are based on innovation. They make use of the latest technology to make their vehicles the best in the class. Among all the different range of cars manufactured by the company, Toyota Celica VII is one of them. The production of Toyota Celica VII started in 1999 and ended in 2006.

Toyota Celica VII: 1999 to 2006

Toyota Celica VII is a seventh-generation model from the Celica range. This model was first manufactured in 1999 and continued till 2006. Although you won’t find this model anymore in the market, it was one of the finest cars made by the company. The word Celica is derived from the Latin word coeliac which means heavenly. We must say that the car justifies its name. The car resembled the XYR concept except for the rear spoiler and front bumper. The makers also ditched the previous coupe body style. This model was launched to attract young buyers in the US market. It featured an attractive design with comfortable interiors. It also had door lock controls and a power window that were placed in the center console. The sunroof was made of polymer plastic and not traditional glass. The car feature a Liftback body style with a choice of two different engines. The last Celica was rolled out on 21st April 2006. Toyota Celica range of cars lasted for 36 long years and seven generations. This was a highly successful car range by Toyota.

Fuse box location

Toyota Celica VII Fuse box fuse box location

Fuse box is located in the engine compartment (1 and 2) and in the instrument panel.

Fuse box layout

Toyota Celica VII Fuse box fuse box layout
FuseAmpere (A)Functions
1. AUTO ANTENNA15 APower antenna
2. HEAD LH UPR10 ANo circuit
3. HEAD RH UPR20 ANo circuit
4. HEAD LVL DRL NO.17.5 ADaytime running light system, headlight beam level control system
5. HEAD RH LWR15 ARight−hand headlight (low beam)
6. HEAD LH LWR15 ALeft−hand headlight (low beam)
7. ABS NO.225 AAnti−lock brake system
8. SPARE30 ASpare fuse
9. HORN10 AHorn
10. ALT−S7.5 ACharging system
11. SPARE15 ASpare fuse
12. EFI NO.110 AMultiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system
13. DCC25 A“RADIO”, “DOME”, “MPX−B” and “ECU−B” fuses
14. SPARE10 ASpare fuse
15. EFI NO.210 AMultiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system, emission control system
16. EFI20 AMultiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system, “EFI NO.1” and “EFI NO.2” fuses
17. ST7.5 AStarting system, multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system
18. AM27.5 AStarting system
19. IG215 AStarting system, multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system
20. HAZ10 AEmergency flashers
21. ETCS10 AElectronic throttle control system
22. HEAD RH UPR10 ARight−hand headlight (high beam)
23. HEAD LH UPR10 ALeft−hand headlight (high beam), daytime running light system
24. S/ROOF15 AElectric moon roof
25. FL P/W20 APower windows
26. STOP10 AStop lights, anti−lock brake system, high mounted stoplight, multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system, electronically controlled automatic transmission system, cruise control system
27. SRS−IG7.5 ASRS airbag system
28. WASHER15 AWindshield washer, rear window washer
29. RADIO15 AAudio system
30. TURN7.5 ATurn signal lights
31. HTR10 AAir conditioning system
32. TAIL10 ATail lights, instrument panel lights, license plate lights, front side maker lights
33. CIG15 ACigarette lighter
34. AM125 AStarting system, “CIG”, “ECU ACC”, “SRS−IG”, “WASHER”, “WIPER”, “BK/UP LP”, “TENS RDC”, “DEF RLY”, “BODY ECU−IG”, “TURN”, “HTR”, “WARNING”, “FAN RLY”, “ABS− IG” and “ECU−IG” fuses
35. DOOR20 APower door lock system
36. FR FOG15 AFront fog lights
37. OBD7.5 AOn−board diagnosis system
38. WIPER25 AWindshield wipers
39. MIR HTR10 ANo circuit
40. RR WIPER15 ARear window wiper
41. FR P/W20 APower windows
42. SPARE7.5 ASpare fuse
43. a. MPX−B7.5 AWireless remote control system
43. b. RR FOG7.5 ANo circuit
43. c. DOME7.5 AClock, interior light
43. d. ECU−B7.5 AAir conditioning system, gauges and meters
44. a. WARNING5 ACharging system, gauges and meters
44. b. ECU−IG5 ACruise control system
44. c. ABS−IG5 AAnti−lock brake system
44. d. FAN RLY5 AElectric cooling fan
45. a. PANEL17.5 AGlove box light, instrument panel lights
45. b. PANEL27.5 AFront fog lights, instrument panel lights, instrument cluster lights
45. c. ECU−ACC7.5 AClock, audio system, power rear view mirror controls, power antenna
46. a. BK/UP LP5 ABack−up lights
46. b. DEF RLY5 APower windows, rear window defogger
46. c. BODY ECU−IG5 AMultiplex communication system
46. d. TENS RDC5 AElectronically controlled automatic transmission system, shift lock control system, electric moon roof, power antenna
47. HTR50 AAir conditioning system
48. RDI30 AElectric cooling fan
49. ABS NO.150 AAnti−lock brake system
50. CDS30 AElectric cooling fan
51. MAIN40 AStarting system, daytime running light system, “ST” fuse
52. A−PMP50 AEmission control system
53. H−LP CLN50 ANo circuit
54. DEF30 ARear window defogger
55. ALT120 ACooling system, electric cooling fan, starting system, rear window defogger, tail lights, “ABS NO.1”, “ABS NO.2”, “HTR”, “FR P/W”, “FL P/W”, “DOOR”, “OBD”, “STOP”, “S/ ROOF”, “MIR HTR”, “FR FOG” and “AM1” fuses
All Toyota Celica VII info & diagrams provided on this site are provided for general information purpose only. Actual Toyota Celica VII (1999-2006) diagrams & schemes (fuse box diagrams & layouts, location diagrams, wiring diagrams etc.) may vary depend on the model version.
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