Toyota Corolla 110 – fuses and relay

Toyota Corolla 110 body was produced in 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 and 2002 with both gasoline and diesel engines. During this time, the model has been restyled. In this material, we will show a description of the fuses and relays of the Toyota Corolla ae 110 in the body with box diagrams and their locations. Let’s highlight the fuse responsible for the cigarette lighter.

Corolla 110

The purpose of the elements in the boxes may differ from the one provided. Check your diagrams on the lid of the boxes.

Electronics boxes passenger compartment

Layout diagram

Right hand drive

Cabin Blocks - Right Hand Drive

Left hand drive

Cabin Blocks - Left Hand Drive

Electrical component

  1. Fuse Box / Integrated Relay
  2. Distribution block
  3. Relay box No. 1
  4. Fog light relay
  5. ABS control unit
  6. Key transponder computer
  7. Distribution block
  8. LHD: Air conditioner amplifier
  9. Daytime running light relay
  10. Central locking receiver
  11. Relay box No. 2
  12. O / D control unit
  13. 4A-FE, 5A-FE, 7A-FE, 4E-FE, 2C-E: Engine control unit 2C: Engine Heater Timer
  14. Central airbag unit
  15. RHD: A / C amplifier (mechanical air conditioner)
  16. RHD: Amplifier for air conditioning (automatic air conditioning)
  17. RHD: Central locking relay
  18. RHD: Selector lever lock control unit

Fuse box

Located at the bottom of the dashboard, behind the glove compartment.

Fuse box in the passenger compartment corolla 110

Example of legend from the cover

An example of a diagram from the block cover in the cabin


Block 1 diagram in the cabin


17,5A TURN – Direction indicators, hazard warning lights
2 –
310A GAUGE – Instrument cluster, reversing lamps, air conditioning, glass lifters, heated rear window, central locking
420А WIP – Screen wiper and washer
510A DEFI I / UP – Multiport fuel injection system / sequential multiport fuel injection system, M − HTR – Mirror control unit
610A ECU-IG – Starting system, cooling fan, gear selector lock, ABS, cruise control
77.5A IGN – Multiport fuel injection system / sequential multiport fuel injection system, charging system, airbags, seat belt pretensioners
815A STOP – Brake light lamps, additional brake light, ABS, gear selector lock
915A TAIL – Side light, instrument cluster, instrument panel light, license plate light, cigarette lighter , clock, audio system, heated rear window, automatic transmission control unit, multiport fuel injection system / sequential multiport fuel injection system, air conditioning, alarm
10 –
11 –
127.5А OBD – Diagnostic connector
135 / 7.5A Airbags, seat belt pretensioners, rear fog light
145A ST – Starting system, multiport fuel injection system / sequential multiport fuel injection system
1530А D / L – Central locking
1615A FOG – Fog light
1715A S-HTR – Heated seats
18 –
1915A CIG – Audio system, clock,  cigarette lighter , power mirrors, airbags, anti-theft system, pre-tensioners, gear selector lock
20 –
21Fuse: “DOME”
2230 / 40А DEF – Heated rear window, fuse: “DEF I − UP / M − HTR”
2330A POWER – Glass lifters, sunroof

The fuse number 19 at 15A is responsible for the operation of the cigarette lighter.

Some relays are attached to the back of the unit.


Relay on the back of the unit


  • A – Rear window defogger relay (DEF)
  • B – Relay of dimensions (TAIL)
  • C – Integrated relay

Relay box No. 1


Relay box number 1


R1Direction indicators (hazard warning lights)
R2Fuel pump (C / OPN)
R3Glass lifters (P / W)

Relay box No. 2


Relay box No. 2


  1. 15A A / C – Air conditioner, cooling fan
  2. 40A HEATER – Air conditioning / heater, fuse: “A / C”
  3. R1 – Heater relay (HTR)

Electronics boxes engine compartment

Layout diagram

Location of blocks under the hood


  1. Glow plug relay
  2. Fuse and relay box
  3. Relay box No. 1
  4. Headlight wiper relay
  5. Relay box No. 2

Fuse and relay box

Located on the left side of the engine compartment next to the pillar.

Photo – an example and a diagram from the block cover

Fuse and relay box under the hood of Corolla 110


Block diagram under the hood 1

Protected components

15А ALT-S – Charging system
210A HEAD (RH-UPR) – Right headlight (DRL – daytime running lights)
315A EFI – 4A-FE, 5A-FE, 7A-FE, 4E-FE: Multiport fuel injection system / sequential multiport fuel injection system
15A F-HTR – 2C-E: Multiport fuel injection system / sequential multiport fuel injection system
410А HORN – Sound signal, anti-theft system
510А HAZARD – Hazard warning system, direction indicators
615A AM2 – Starting system, fuses: “ST”, “IGN”
7 –
810A HEAD (LH-UPR) – Left headlight (DRL – daytime running lights)
915А DOME – Audio system, interior lighting, personal lighting, luggage compartment lighting, clock, daytime running lights, anti-theft system
10 –
11 –
12 –
13 –
1450А AM1 – Fuses: “CIG”, “TURN”, “GAUGE”, “ECU-IG”, “WIP”
1530A FAN – Cooling fan
30A RDI – Cooling fan
1640A MAIN – Starting system, fuses: ”HEAD (LH) or HEAD (LH-UPR),” HEAD (RH) or HEAD (RH-UPR), ”HEAD LH-Lo” and ”HEAD RH-LO”
17100А ALT – Fuses: “RDI”, “CDS”, “AM1”, “POWER”, “D / L”, “TAIL”, OBD, “FOG”, “ECU-B”, “STOP”, “DEF” , “HTR”
1850A ABS – ABS


R1Engine control unit (ENGINE MAIN)
R24A-FE, 5A-FE, 7A-FE, 4E-FE:  Engine control unit (EFI)
2C-E:  Fuel heating (F-HTR)
R3Headlights (HEAD)
R4Starter (ST)
R5Sound signal
R6Cooling fan (FAN NO.1)

Relay box No. 1


Block with relay number 1 under the hood


130A CDS – Cooling fan
210A HEAD (LH-LWR) – with DRL: Left headlight (DRL – daytime running lights)
315A HEAD (RH-LWR) – with DRL: Right headlight
47,5А DRL – Daytime running lights
R2Cooling fan (AC FAN NO.2)
R3Cooling fan (AC FAN NO.2)
R4Air Conditioning Compressor Clutch (AC MG)

Relay box No. 2

Photo – example of location

Block abs



R1ABS valve (ABS SOL)
R2ABS pump (ABS MTR)


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Comments 2

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