Toyota Hilux VII (AN10, AN20, AN30) (2004-2015) fuse box diagrams & schemes

Years of production: 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

Engine compartment fuse box location

Toyota Hilux VII (AN10, AN20, AN30) Fuse box engine compartment fuse box location

One of the fuse boxes in Hilux VII is located in the engine compartment.

Instrument panel fuse box 1 location

Toyota Hilux VII (AN10, AN20, AN30) Fuse box instrument panel fuse box 1 location

The second fuse box in Toyota Hilux VII is located in the instrument compartment on the driver's side. To access remove the lower instrument panel.

Instrument panel fuse box 2 location

Toyota Hilux VII (AN10, AN20, AN30) Fuse box instrument panel fuse box 2 location

The third fuse box in Hilux is located in the instrument panel on the passenger's side. To access it just open the glove box and push each side of the glove box to disconnect it.

Engine compartment fuse layout

Toyota Hilux VII (AN10, AN20, AN30) Fuse box engine compartment fuse layout
NumberFuseAmpereCircuit
1SPARE25 ASpare fuse
2SPARE15 ASpare fuse
3SPARE10 ASpare fuse
4FOG7.5 AFront fog lights
5HORN10 AHorn
6EFI25 AMultiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system
7PTC NO.150 APower heater
8PWR SEAT30 APower seat
9PTC NO.250 APower heater
10H-LP CLN40 AHeadlight cleaners
11FR HTR50 AAir conditioning system, A/C fuse
12ABS NO.230 AABS, TRC and VSC
13ABS NO.140 AABS, TRC and VSC
14ALT100 ACharging system, PWR SEAT, HLP CLN, FR HTR, AM1, IG1, PTC NO.1, PTC NO.2, PWR OUT, STOP, TAIL and OBD fuses
15GLOW80 AEngine glow system
16BATT P/I50 AFOG, HORN and EFI fuses
17AM230 AEngine starter, ST, IGN, INJ and MET
18MAIN40 AH-LP RH, H-LP LH, H-LP RL and H-LP LL fuses
19H-LP RL15 ARight-hand headlight (Low)
20H-LP LL15 ALeft-hand headlight (Low)
21H-LP RH15 ARight-hand headlight (High) and right-hand headlight (Low)
22H-LP LH15 ALeft-hand headlight (High) and lefthand headlight (Low)
23EFI No.210 AMultiport fuel injection system/ sequential multiport fuel injection system
24ECU-B10 ADoor courtesy switches, power door lock system, wireless remote control system, steering sensor and headlights
25RAD15 AAudio system
26DOME7.5 AInterior lights, engine switch light, personal light, gauges and meters, clock, multi-information display, wireless remote control system, daytime running light system and fog light
27A/F20 AEmission control system
28ALT-S7.5 ACharging system
29TURN-HAZ15 AEmergency flashers and turn signal lights
30ECU-B No.27.5 AAir conditioning system
31DCC30 AECU-B, DOME and RAD fuses

Driver’s side instrument panel (front side) fuse layout

Toyota Hilux VII (AN10, AN20, AN30) Fuse box driver’s side instrument panel (front side) fuse layout
NumberFuseAmpereCircuit
1PWR OUT15 APower outlet
2TAIL10 AInstrument panel light, front fog lights, headlight beam level control system, front position lights, tail lights, license plate lights, multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system, multi-information display, daytime running light system and automatic headlight system
3STOP10 AStop lights, high mounted stoplight, multiport fuel injection system/ sequential multiport fuel injection system, ABS, TRC, VSC and shift lock control system
4OBD7.5 AOn-board diagnosis system
5INJ15 AMultiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system
6ECU-IG & GAUGE10 AAir conditioning system, charging system, rear differential lock system, ABS, TRC, VSC, emergency flashers, turn signal lights, back-up lights, multiport fuel injection system/ sequential multiport fuel injection system, shift lock control system, rear window defogger, headlights, door courtesy switches, power door lock system, wireless remote control system, steering sensor, daytime running light system, cruise control, headlight cleaners, seat heaters, outside rear view mirror defoggers, multi-information display and passenger’s seat belt reminder light
7WIP20 AWindshield wiper and washer
8IGN7.5 AMultiport fuel injection system/ sequential multiport fuel injection system, SRS airbags and fuel pump
9ACC7.5 AAudio system, power outlet, clock, power rear view mirror control system, shift lock control system and multi-information display
10CIG15 ACigarette lighter
11MET7.5 AGauges and meters and DPF system
12A/C10 AAir conditioning system
13ST7.5 AStarting system, gauges and meters and multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system

Driver’s side instrument panel (rear side) fuse layout

Toyota Hilux VII (AN10, AN20, AN30) Fuse box driver’s side instrument panel (rear side) fuse layout
NumberFuseAmpereCircuit
1AM140 ARear differential lock system, ABS, TRC, VSC, ACC, CIG, ECU-IG & GAUGE, and WIP fuses
2IG140 APWR, S-HTR, 4WD, DOOR, DEF and MIR HTR fuses

Passenger’s side instrument panel fuse layout

Toyota Hilux VII (AN10, AN20, AN30) Fuse box passenger’s side instrument panel fuse layout
NumberFuseAmpereCircuit
1MIR-HTR15 AOutside rear view mirror defoggers
24WD20 ARear differential lock system, ABS, TRC and VSC
3S-HTR15 ASeat heaters
4DEF20 ARear window defogger and multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system
5DOOR25 APower door lock system and power windows
6PWR30 APower windows

Information about the model

Toyota has been manufacturing high-performance vehicles for decades now. The company was founded back in 1937 by Kiichiro Toyoda. They have their headquarters based in Toyota, Aichi Japan. For those unversed, Toyota Motor Corporation is the second-largest automobile company in the company. Not just that, but is also the largest car manufacturer in entire Japan. Toyota is the first-ever company to manufacture 10 million cars per year. Toyota has a large range of cars under its wing and Toyota Hilux VII (AN10, AN20, and AN30) is one of them. The production of Toyota Hilux VII (AN10, AN20, and AN30) was started in 2004 and continued till 2015.

Toyota Hilux VII (AN10, AN20, AN30): 2004 to 2015

Toyota Hilux VII (AN10, AN20, and AN30) belongs to the seventh generation fleet of cars that were manufactured first in 2004. The production went on for nearly a decade before it finally ended in 2015. Toyota Hilux range mainly comprises of pickup trucks and cab variants. Toyota Hilux VII (AN10, AN20, AN30) is a part of the IMV program that started in Thailand in 2004. All three models are pickup trucks variants. It included a two-door single cab, a two- door Xtra cab, and a four-door double cab. The seventh-generation Hilux models were marketed in Europe, Asia, the Middle East, and also in Oceanian Markets. These cars were assembled in Thailand, but later the production was shifted to Southeast Asia and Malaysia. This move was made to increase sales in these regions. The double-cab model was available with an automatic transmission. In Singapore, it was available as a single cab with a 2.5-liter engine, while the double cab had a 3.0-liter engine. Toyota Hilux VII (AN10, AN20, AN30) was designed for heavy-duty tasks. These were some of the best pickup trucks available in the market.

All Toyota Hilux VII (AN10, AN20, AN30) info & diagrams provided on this site are provided for general information purpose only. Actual Toyota Hilux VII (AN10, AN20, AN30) (2004-2015) diagrams & schemes (fuse box diagrams & layouts, location diagrams, wiring diagrams etc.) may vary depend on the model version.
Comments (2):

~martin.nganti 12-03-2022
ce sont des indications d'ordre général, car le model n'est pas précisé ni le millésime


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