Toyota Paseo (L50; 1995-1999) fuses

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In this article, we consider the second-generation Toyota Paseo (L50), produced from 1995 to 1999. Here you will find fuse box diagrams of Toyota Paseo 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998 and 1999, get information about the location of the fuse panels inside the car, and learn about the assignment of each fuse (fuse layout).

Fuse Layout Toyota Paseo 1995-1999


Cigar lighter (power outlet) fuse in the Toyota Paseo is the fuse #21 “CIG&RADIO” in the Instrument panel fuse box.

Passenger Compartment Fuse Box

Fuse Box Location

It is located behind the cover to the left and below the steering wheel. There is also one fuse in the right side mount, and the panel under the steering wheel must be removed to access it.The location of the fuses in the passenger compartment: Toyota Paseo (L50; 1995-1999)

Fuse Box Diagram

Instrument panel fuse box diagram: Toyota Paseo (L50; 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999)

Assignment of the fuses in the instrument panel
NameAmpDescription
14STOP10AStop lights, high mounted stoplight, anti-lock brake system, shift lock control system
15A/C10AAir conditioning system
16TAIL15ATail lights, parking lights, license plate lights, instrument panel lights, emergency flashers, air conditioning system, rear window defogger, car audio system, cigarette lighter, clock
17GAUGE10AGauge and meters, service reminder indicators and warning buzzers (except discharge and open door warning lights), back-up lights, rear window defogger, daytime running light system
18TURN7.5A1995-1997: Turn signal lights, emergency flashers;
1998-1999: Turn signal lights
19WIPER20AWindshield wipers and washer
20ECU-IG5AAnti-lock brake system, air conditioning system, shift lock control system
21CIG&RADIO15ACigarette lighter, car audio system, clock, theft deterrent system, shift lock control system
22IGN5ACharging system, discharge warning light, multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system, SRS airbag system, seat belt pretensioners
23ECU-B5ASRS airbag warning light, seat belt pretensioners, daytime running light system
29DEF30A/40ARear window defogger
30PWR30APower windows, power door lock system

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Engine Compartment Fuse Boxes

Fuse Box Location

There are two or three fuse boxes near the battery.The location of the fuses in the engine compartment: Toyota Paseo (L50; 1995-1999)

Fuse Box Diagram

Under-hood fuse box diagrams: Toyota Paseo (L50; 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999)

Assignment of the fuses in the engine compartment
NameAmp 
1HEAD (LH)10AUS: Left-hand headlight
1DRL5ACanada: Daytime running light system
2HEAD (RH)10AUS: Right-hand headlight
3AM215AIgnition system, charging system, multiport fuel injection system/ sequential multiport fuel injection system, SRS airbag system, seat belt pretensioners, starter system
4HAZ-HORN15A1995-1997: Horns, turn signal lights, emergency flashers, theft deterrent system;
1998-1999: Horns, emergency flashers, theft deterrent system
5EFI15AMultiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system
6DOME10APersonal lights, open door warning light, clock, car audio system, theft deterrent system, daytime running light system
7OBD-II7.5AOn-board diagnosis system
8ALT-S5ACharging system
10HEAD (RH-LWR)10ACanada: Right-hand headlight (low beam)
11HEAD (LH-LWR)10ACanada: Left-hand headlight (low beam)
12HEAD (RH-UPR)10ACanada: Right-hand headlight (high beam)
13HEAD (LH-UPR)10ACanada: Left-hand headlight (high beam)
24CDS FAN30AElectric cooling fan
25RAD FAN30AElectric cooling fan
26HEATER40AAir conditioning system, "A/C" fuse
27DIMMER30ACanada: "HEAD RH (Lo)", "HEAD LH (Lo)", "HEAD RH (Hi)" and "HEAD LH (Hi)" fuses
28MAIN30AStarter system
31ABS60AAnti-lock brake system
32AM140A/50A"DEF", "WIPER", "GAUGE", "ECU-IG", "TURN", "IGN", "CIG&RADIO" and "PWR" fuses
33ALT100A"ABS", ‘’STOP", "TAIL", "ECU-B", "DEF", "AM1", "WIPER", "GAUGE", "ECU-IG", "TURN", "IGN" and "PWR" fuses