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Toyota 4Runner Fuse Box Location and Diagram

How to find the fuse box in a Toyota 4Runner, Relay location diagram and fuse replacement guide.

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OK, so something electrical stopped working and now you are wondering how to change a fuse in a Toyota 4Runner and where do I find the fuse box? Well you are in luck because we are going to show you where the fuse box and relay panel is located in your Truck or SUV. This do it yourself guide is for a 2003 Toyota 4Runner Limited 6 cylinder (V6) but may also be helpful to other 4th generation 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009 SR5 and 4 wheel drive owners. 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 5th generation model owners may also find that the fuse box location is similar. There are 2 fuse panels in the Toyota 4Runner, interior electrical fuse box is located under the steering column on the driver side. The other fuse panel is located under the hood in the engine compartment. Please refer to your owners manual for your specific vehicle fuse diagram and requirements, not all 4Runners use the same fuses or diagram. Be sure and look at the diagram on your own fuse box cover before replacing any blown fuses or relays! This fuse box location guide is from my vehicle and intended for picture reference and illustration only. Read disclaimer.

Tools Needed: None

 
Toyota 4Runner Silver
Toyota 4Runner Limited
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2003-2009 Toyota 4Runner
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Toyota Hood Release Lever
The exterior under the hood fuse box is located in the engine compartment and you will first need to gain access to it by popping the hood.
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Pop the Hood of the 4Runner
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Toyota 4Runner Grill
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Hood Safety Latch
The hood release lever is located on the driver side under the steering column. Pull the hood release handle until you hear the hood "pop". You will next need release the hood safety latch in order to raise the hood. Reach your hand under the grill of the hood and lift up on the hood lever as pictured above.

Warning! If your model Toyota does not have the gas filled hood supports to hold the hood up you will need to use the hood support rod so the hood will stay up.

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Toyota 4Runner V6 Engine
Toyota 4Runner Fuse Box
Toyota 4Runner Fuse Box
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Toyota Fuse Box Release
The fuse box is located on the driver side of the engine compartment mounted just behind the battery. To open the cover press down on the tab on the back of the fuse box cover to release it and lift the cover off.
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Toyota 4Runner Fuse Box Cover
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Fuse Box Tab
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Toyota 4Runner Fuses
Inside the fuse panel you will find many fuses and relay's including the fog light, headlight, tail lights, stop lights and turn signals, cigarette lighter, auxiliary power, gauges, windshield wippers, and washer pump fuse. As well as the Air conditioning relay, fog relay, horn relay, heater relay, ignition relay, ABS relay and fuel pump relay. There is also a few spare fuses and a fuse puller for removing burnt out fuses. If an electrical device in you vehicle has stopped working the first thing you should check is the fuse. The 4Runner uses many different fuses for it's electrical components including 10A, 15A, 20A, 30A, 40A and 50amp which are available at any auto parts store including Autozone, Pep Boys, Advanced Auto Parts and Napa. If you want spare fuses for the future you may want to buy a fuse multi pack which comes with both standard and mini blade fuses. This way you will always have replacement fuses on hand to change out a blown fuse.
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Toyota 4Runner Relay Diagram
Toyota 4Runner Fuse Box Diagram
Toyota 4Runner Fuse Diagram
 

On the underside or back side of the fuse box cover is where the fuse and relay box diagram is located. Please be sure to look at and refer to your own diagram to locate the fuses and relays on the panel for your specific year and model type.

Owners of other Toyota and Lexus Trucks and SUV's like the FJ Cruiser, Highlander, Land Cruiser, Range Rover, RAV4, Sequoia, Sienna, Tacoma, T-100, Tundra, RX, GX and LX may find these do it yourself step by step instructions useful as well. Please refer to you OEM fuse requirements and owners manual for specific instructions on how to safely remove a fuse from your Toyota car or truck. You may also find the Toyota 4Runner Maintenance and Repair Guides, and the Toyota Camry Repair and Maintenance Guides helpful for similar maintenance and repair projects.

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