Toyota Tercel (Corsa) 5G – fuse and relay

The 5th generation Toyota Corsa was produced in 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998 and 1999 with the designation L50 / L5x. Delivered all over the world. In some countries it is known as Toyota Tercel. In this article, we will show a description of the fuses and relays of Toyota Corsa (Tersel) with box diagrams and their locations. Highlight the cigarette lighter fuse.

Toyota Corsa Tercel

Check the purpose of fuses and relays with your diagrams on the box cover.

Passenger compartment

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

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Diagram

Diagram

Assignment

1410A STOP – Stop Lights, High Stop Light, Anti-lock Braking System, Shift Lock Control System
1510A A / C – Air Conditioning
1615A TAIL – Tail lights, parking lights, license plate lights, dashboard lights, air conditioning system, emergency flashers, air conditioning system, rear window defogger, car audio system, cigarette lighter, clock
1710A GAUGE – Pressure gauge and gauges, service reminder indicator (excluding high beam indicator) and warning buzzers (excluding exhaust warning lights, open door and SRS system), reversing lights, heated rear window, power windows
187,5A TURN – Direction indicators, emergency flashers;
1920A WIPER – Wipers and windshield washer
205A ECU-IG – Anti-lock braking system, air conditioning;
2115A CIG & RADIO – Cigarette lighter, car audio, clock, anti-theft system, shift lock control system, SRS airbag system, seat belt pretensioners
225A IGN – Charging system, discharge warning light, multiport fuel injection system / sequential multiport fuel injection system, SRS airbag system, seat belt pretensioners
235A SRS or ECU-B – SRS airbag warning lamp
2930A DEF – Heated rear window
3030A PWR – Power Windows, Power Door Lock System

The fuse number 21 at 15A is responsible for the operation of the cigarette lighter.

Engine compartment

Under the hood there can be 3 main boxes with fuses and relays.

location

Photo example of box 1

Photo 2

Scheme from the cover

Covery

Diagram

110A HEAD (LH) – Without DRL: Left-hand headlight
15A DRL – With DRL: Daytime running light system
210A HEAD (RH) – Without DRL: Right-hand headlight
315A AM2 – Ignition system, charging system, multiport fuel injection sys-tem/ sequential multiport fuel injection system, SRS airbag system, seat belt pretensioners, starter system
415A HAZ-HORN – 1995-1997: Horns, turn signal lights, emergency flashers, theft deterrent system;
15A HAZ-HORN – 1998-1999: Horns, emergency flashers, theft deterrent system
515A EFI –  Multiport fuel injection system/ sequential multiport fuel injection system, air conditioning system;
610A DOME – Interior lights, open door warning light, clock, car audio system, theft deterrent system, daytime running light system
77,5A OBD-II – On-board diagnosis system
85A ALT-S – Charging system
1010A HEAD_(RH-LWR) – With DRL: Right-hand headlight (low beam)
1110A HEAD_(LH-LWR) – With DRL: Left-hand headlight (low beam)
1210A HEAD_(RH-UPR) – With DRL: Right-hand headlight (high beam)
1310A HEAD_(LH-UPR) – With DRL: Left-hand headlight (high beam)
2430A CDS FAN – Electric cooling fans
2530A RAD FAN – Electric cooling fans
2640A HEATER – Air conditioning system, “A/C” fuses
2730A DIMMER – With DRL: “HEAD (RH-LWR)”, “HEAD (LH-LWR)”, “HEAD (RH-UPR)” and “HEAD (LH-UPR)” fuses
2830A MAIN – Starter system
3160A ABS – Anti-lock brake system
3250A AM1 – “DEF”, “WIPER”, “GAUGE”, “ECU-IG”, “TURN”, “IGN”, “PWR” and “CIG&RADIO” fuses
33100A ALT – “ABS”, “STOP”, “TAIL”, “ECU-B” or “SRS”, “DEF”, “AM1”, “WIPER”, “GAUGE”, “ECU-IG”, “TURN”, “PWR” and “CIG&RADIO” fuses

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