Toyota Matrix (Pontiac Vibe) fuse and relay

The 1st generation Toyota Matrix was produced in 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008 with the body designation E130. In some countries it was produced as Toyota Vibe and Toyota Voltz. In the Americas as the Pontiac Vibe. In our material you will find a description of fuses and relays Pontiac Vibe (Toyota Matrix) 1 with box diagrams and their locations. Let’s highlight the fuse responsible for the cigarette lighter.

Pontiac Vibe

The design of the boxes and the arrangement of the elements may differ from that shown. Check the assignment with your diagrams on the block cover.

Passenger compartment fuse box

The main fuse and relay box is located under the dashboard.


Example of a diagram from the box cover

Covery 1




TAILFront Parking Lamps, Taillamps, License Plate Lamps, Instrument Panel Lights, Engine Control System
OBDOn-Board Diagnostic System
EmptyNot Used
P/WPower Windows
WIPERWindshield Wipers
AM2Charging System, Air Bag System, Starter System, Engine Control
STOPStop Lamps, CHMSL, Engine Control System, Anti-lock Brakes, Cruise Control
DOORPower Door Locks, Liftglass Lock
AM1Cigarette Lighter, Gauge, ECU-IG, Wiper, Rear Wiper, Washer Fuses
EmptyNot Used
ECU-IGCruise Control, Anti-lock Brakes, Theft Deterrent System, Automatic Transmission Control System, Electric Cooling Fan
RR WIPERRear Window Wiper, Rear Window Defogger
A/CAir Conditioning
INVPower Outlets
P/POINTPower Outlets
ECU-BDaytime Running Lamps
CIGCigarette Lighter, Power Rearview Mirrors, Power Outlets, Audio System, Automatic Transmission Control System
GAUGEGauges and Meters, Back-Up Lamps, Charging System, Power Door Locks, Power Windows, Sunroof, Air Conditioning, Cruise Control
WASHERWindshield Washers
M-HTR/DEF 1–UPEngine Control System
HTRAir Conditioning System
DEFRear Window Defogger, M-HTR/DEF 1–UP Fuse
POWERPower Windows, Electric Moon Roof

A 15A CIG fuse is responsible for the cigarette lighter.

Some relays are attached to the back of the unit.

Diagram relay box

RELAY Diagram


  • A – Starter relay
  • B – Rear window heating relay
  • C – Fuel pump relay
  • D – Power window relay
  • E – IG1 Relay

Individual fuses and relays can be attached outside the unit, for example near it or behind the glove compartment.

Turn signal relay

Turn relay

Engine compartment fuses and relay box

Under the hood, the main fuse and relay box is on the left side next to the battery.

Photo 2


Diagram 2



SPARESpare Fuse
ETCSElectronic Throttle Control System
ABS NO. 2Antilock Brake System (Without Stability Control System)
RDI FANElectric Cooling Fan
ABS NO. 1Antilock Brake System (With Stability Control System)
FOGFront Fog Lamps
EFI2Multiport Fuel Injection System/ Sequential Multiport Fuel Injection System, Emission Control System
EFI3Multiport Fuel Injection System/ Sequential Multiport Fuel Injection System, Emission Control System
HEAD MAINRight Headlamp, Left Headlamp Fuses
ALT-SCharging System
EFIElectronic Fuel Injection System
HAZARDTurn Signal Lamps, Emergency Flasher
DOMEInterior Lights, Gauges and Meters, Audio System, Remote Keyless Entry System, Navigation System (If Equipped)
MAINStarter System, AM2 Fuse
AMPAudio System
MAYDAYOnStar® System
ALTABS NO.1, ABS NO.2, RDI FAN, FOG, Heater, AM1, POWER, DOOR, ECU-B, TAIL, STOP, P/POINT, INV, OBD Fuses, Charging System
HEAD RHRight-hand Headlamp, Headlamp High Beam Indicator Lamp
HEAD LHLeft-hand Headlamp


DIMMERHeadlamp Dimmer
FAN NO. 2Cooling Fan System
FAN NO. 1Cooling Fan System
EFIElectronic Fuel Injection System
FOGFog Lamps


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Comments 1

  • Would be nice if the fuse values for the Engine Compartment fuses were listed. Looking for the Main fuse.. I think it’s a 100A .

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