Toyota Avalon (2000 – 2004) fuse and relay

The 2nd generation Toyota Avalon was produced in 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 and 2004 with the body designation x20. During this time, the model has been updated. In our article you will find a description of the fuses and relays Toyota Avalon 2 with fuse box diagrams, their locations and photo examples of performance. Note the fuse responsible for the cigarette lighter.

Toyota Avalon 2

The purpose of the fuses and relays may differ from those shown and depends on the year of manufacture and the level of electrical equipment of your car.

Passenger compartment

In the passenger compartment, the fuse box is located at the bottom of the instrument panel behind a protective cover on the driver’s side.

location 1


Diagram Toyota Avalon 2


265A ECU-IG NO. 1 – Electric cooling fans
277,5A ECU-B – Air conditioning system, theft deterrent system, power seats, meters, power windows (for driver and front passenger), multiplex communication system
2810A TAIL – Parking lights, license plate lights, tail lights, rear side marker lights, rear light failure warning light, engine control system
2920A SEAT HTR – Seat heaters
3020A FR P/W – Power window (for front passenger)
3110A GAUGE NO.1 – Vehicle skid control system, rear window defogger, cruise control system, shift lock system, anti-lock brake system, auto anti-glare inside rear view mirror, automatic light control system, power seats, rear light failure warning light, automatic transmission indicator lights, power outlet, power window (for driver), brake system warning light, electric moon roof
3210A HTR – Air conditioning system
3315A FOG – Front fog lights
347,5A TURN – Turn signal lights
3510A A/C – Air conditioning system
3615A RADIO – Audio system, multi-information display
375A PANEL – Gauges and meters, audio system, cigarette lighter, air conditioning system, emergency flasher, electronically controlled automatic transmission system, power rear view mirrors, multi-information display, glove box light, instrument panel lights, instrument panel light control, power outlet
3825A FL P/W – Power window (for driver)
3915A PWR OUTLET NO.1 – Power outlet (ACC)
405A ECU-ACC – Audio system, power rear view mirrors, multi-information display, shift lock system, multiplex communication system
4110A SRS-ACC – SRS airbag system
4210A MIR HTR – Outside rear view mirror defoggers, engine control system
4315A PWR OUTLET NO.2 – Power outlet (IG)
4410A GAUGE NO.2 – Back-up lights
457,5A OBD-II – On-board diagnosis system
4615A STOP – Stop lights, high mounted stoplight, anti-lock brake system, shift lock system, cruise control system, vehicle skid control system, engine control system
477,5A DOME – Interior lights, front personal lights, door courtesy lights, ignition switch light, vanity lights, garage door opener, open door warning light, illuminated entry system, rear personal lights, automatic light control system, trunk light, wireless remote control system, multiplex communication system
485A No circuit
4920A RL P/W – Power window (for rear left passenger)
5020A RR P/W – Power window (for rear right passenger)
5125A WIP – Windshield wipers and washer
5210A ECU-IG NO.2 – Anti-lock brake system, cruise control system, multi-information display, theft deterrent system, vehicle skid control system, meters, multiplex communication system
5315A CIG – Cigarette lighter
5425A DOOR NO.1 – Theft deterrent system, trunk opener, multiplex communication system
5530A SUN ROOF – Electric moon roof
6140A DEF – Rear window defogger, noise filter
6230A PWR SEAT – Power seats

The number 53 fuse is responsible for the cigarette lighter.

Some relays may be installed behind the fuse box. For example, an alarm relay (flasher).

flasher relay

Engine compartment

Under the hood, on the left, there is a main block with fuses and relays, closed with a protective cover.

Photo of fuse box avalon 2

Check the designation of the elements with your diagram on the back of the protective cover.



Diagram 2


110A No circuit (with DRL)
15A Right- hand headlight, high beam indicator light (without DRL)
210A No circuit (with DRL)
15A Left- hand headlight, front fog lights (without DRL)
315A Right-hand headlight (low beam) (with DRL)
415A Left-hand headlight (low beam) (with DRL)
55A Vehicle skid control system (ABS)
67,5A Daytime running light system
730A Spare fuse
815A Spare fuse
925A Spare fuse
1010A Spare fuse
115A Charging system
1230A “DOME”, “ECU-B” and “RADIO” fuses
1310A Theft-deterrent system
1415A Turn signal lights
1525A Air/fuel sensor
1615A Power door lock system
1710A Horn, theft-deterrent system
1810A AM2 – SRS airbag system, multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system, starter system, charging system, air/fuel sensor, fuel pump
197,5A EFI NO.2 – Multiport fuel injection system/ sequential multiport fuel injection system, air flow meter, oxygen sensor, evaporative emission control system, throttle positioner control system, engine control system
2025A ABS NO.3 – Anti-lock brake system
2125A ABS NO.2 – Vehicle skid control system
2215A EFI NO.1 – Multiport fuel injection system/ sequential multiport fuel injection system, fuel pump
2315A IG2 – Multiport fuel injection system/ sequential multiport fuel injection system
5640A AM1 – Multiport fuel injection system /sequential multiport fuel injection system
5750A HTR – Air conditioning system
5830A CDS – Electric cooling fans
5930A RDI – Electric cooling fans
6040A MAIN – Starter system
6360A ABS – Anti-lock brake system, “ABS NO.4” fuse
64120A ALT – “HTR”, “A/C”, “ABS NO.2″, “ABS NO.3”, “RDI”, “CDS”, “AM1”, “ABS” and “ABS NO.4” fuses

In some models, another additional block with fuses and a relay responsible for high beams and more can be installed separately.

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