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Fuses

Fuses protect your car from electrical short circuits and power overloads that can damage equipment or start a fire. Often, a fuse will blow due to a momentary overload, and replacing the bad fuse as directed below will fix the problem (the car's horn or interior lights may cease to work, for example). If a fuse blows repeatedly, it indicates an electrical problem that will require a little trip to your Lotus Dealer. The wires can corrode on the reverse of the fusebox and break off. If this happens new clip in fuse terminals can be sourced from Smart car dealers, part number 011 545 84 26 or 004 545 52 26, both parts numbers are correct. Simply solder them onto the wire and push fit them into a spare socket in the fusebox, then mark up your handbook with the change.

Never replace a fuse with one of bigger amperage. This could damage the device the fuse is meant to protect.


'Littel' coloured fuses


Fuse Colours

2A = BLACK

3A = VIOLET

4A = PINK

5A = ORANGE

7.5A = BROWN

10A = RED

15A = LIGHT BLUE

20A = YELLOW

25A = CLEAR

Elise

Elise S1 Fuse Box

The main fusebox is located in the front under the bonnet, on the passenger side, and is protected by a plastic cover. Twenty two slots are provided for standard size 'Littelfuse' 257 series blade fuses which are numbered, and coloured according to their amperage rating, and may be pulled out from their slots using the fuse extractor tool provided on the fusebox lid.

S1 Main Fuse Box



Slot Rating Circuit
1 3A Rear fog lamp
2 2A Alarm ignition
3 20A Interior fan
4 15A Wiper motor
5 3A Reverse lamp
6 7.5A Direction indicators
7 10A Ignition services
8 7.5A Stop lamps & Battery services

(Stack speedo, tacho and LCD)

9 10A Hazard lamps
10 7.5A Horn
11 10A Alarm & Interior lamp
12 25A Cooling fan
13 BLANK BLANK
14 20A Audio
15 20A Cigar lighter
16 5A Sidelamp LH
17 5A Sidelamp RH and Stack illumination
18 BLANK BLANK
19 BLANK BLANK
20 20A Fast fan speed relay
21 BLANK BLANK
22 BLANK BLANK

Early Elises (pre Oct 97) have several fuse boxes. The main one is located on the left hand side of the front services compartment. A smaller fuse box is located underneath the windscreen motor cover. The fuel pump fuse is located near the ECU at the rear of the car (LH in the boot).

Slot Rating Circuit
1 3A Rear fog lamp
2 2A Alarm
3 15A Interior fan
4 15A Wiper motor
5 3A Reverse lamp
6 7.5A Direction indicators
7 5A Ignition services
8 7.5A Stop lamps & Battery services
9 10A Hazard lamps
10 7.5A Horn
11 10A Alarm & Interior lamp
12 25A Cooling fan

Fusebox under wiper motor

Slot Rating Circuit
13 20A Radio
14 20A Cigar lighter
15 5A Sidelamp LH
16 5A Sidelamp RH

Fuel pump fuse located near ECU LH

Slot Rating Circuit
17 10A Fuel pump


Elise S1 Relays

A Horn
B Cooling fan
C Dip beam
D Main beam



Elise S1 Maxi Fuses

Also on the elise is two Maxi fuses, the fuses are located in the front service compartment, beneath the wiper motor protective cover.

Maxi Fuses



A Lighting
B Ignition switch


K Series Elise S2 Fuse Box

The main fusebox is located in the front services compartment, on the passenger side, and is protected by a clear plastic cover. For access, remove the passenger side front body access panel, followed by the radiator air deflector panel:

Radiator air deflector panel (LHD)



Twenty two slots are provided for standard size 'Littelfuse' 257 series blade fuses which are numbered, and coloured according to their amperage rating, and may be pulled out from their slots useing the fuse extractor tool provided on the fusebox lit.


S2 Fusebox (RHD)



S2 Fusebox (LHD)



Slot Raiting Circuit
1 20A Aux. power socket
2 2A Alarm siren
3 20A Interior fan
4 15A Wiper motor
5 7.5A Stop lamp
6 7.5A Direction indicators
7 10A Ignition services
8 7.5A Battery services
9 10A Hazard lamps
10 7.5A Horn
11 10A Alarm power & Interior lamp
12 25A Cooling fan
13 7.5A Audi ignition
14 BLANK BLANK
15 7.5A Audio +ve; switch module
16 10A Sidelamps;rear fog
17 10A Dip beam LH
18 10A Dip beam RH
19 BLANK BLANK
20 15A Main beam LH
21 15A Main beam RH
22 BLANK BLANK


K Series Elise S2 Relays

Fuses and relays associated with the engine management system are located at the rear of the engine bay adjacent to the engine ECM. The mulit-function relay unit containing the engine control relay and starter relay is mounted on the chassis rear subframe below the engine ECM.

A Horn
B Cooling fan
C BLANK
D BLANK


K Series Elise S2 Engine Fuses

S2 Engine Fuses



Slot Rating Circit
1 BLANK BLANK
2 BLANK BLANK
3 20A Start immobiliser
4 20A Fuel pump
5 80A Alternator output

Toyota Elise S2 Fuse Box

Main Fusebox


The main fusebox is located in the front services compartment, on the passenger side, and is protected by a clear plastic cover. For access, remove the passenger side front body access panel, followed by the radiator air deflector panel. Twenty two slots are provided for standard size 'Littelfuse' 257 series blade fuses which are numbered, and coloured according to their amperage rating, and may be pulled out from their slots useing the fuse extractor tool provided on the fusebox lit.


Slot Raiting Circuit
1 20A Aux. power socket
2 2A non USA:alarm siren USA:reverse lamps
3 20A driver window
4 20A Passange window
5 7.5A non USA:Reverse lamps USA:Stoplamps
6 7.5A Turn indicators
7 10A Ignition services
8 7.5A Battery services
9 10A Hazard lamps
10 7.5A Horn
11 10A Alarm & Interior lamp
12 10A ABS
13 3A ECU ignition
14 20A Radiator fans 1 fast & 2 slow
15 7.5A Radio, switch pack module
16 10A non USA:Rear fog USA:Sidelamps
17 10A Dip beam LH
18 10A Dip beam RH
19 20A A.C comp relay & rad fan 2 fast
20 15A Main beam LH
21 15A Main beam RH
22 7.5 CDL



Overhead View of the fusebox


Toyota Elise S2 Interior Fuses & Relays

The wash/wipe module, turn/hazard flasher relay, horn relay and a relay for inertia switch activation of the central door locking, are mounted on the scuttle beam above the passenger footwell, with four fuses secured to the harness in that area.

A 60A Maxi fuse protecting the ABS circuit is located beneath the passenger side fascia top, adjacent to the positive post. A multi-function relay unit containing the engine control relay, fuel pump relay and starter relay is mounted in the engine bay near the ECU. A similar relay unit is mounted in the front services compartment alongside the fusebox, and operates the a.c. compressor and radiator fans.

Interior fuses


Important Note: Although the two modules are identical in appearance, their function is different and they must not be transposed.

The A.C. relay module A117M0038F has a brown label marked YWB100800.

The engine relay module A111E6024F has a white label marked YWB100970.

C1 20A Interior fan
C2 15A Wiper motor
C3 7.5A Audio key-in
C4 10A A.C. compressor


Toyota Elise S2 Engine Fuses

Fuses and relays associated with the engine management system are contained in two 4-position fuse holders located at the front of the engine bay on the cabin bulkhead, adjacent to the engine ECM. To access the fuses, unclip rear edge of the cover.

Engine Fuses



R1 20A Fuel pump
R2 3A Immobiliser
R3 5A Alternator sense
R4 5A ECU battery feed
R5 5A O2 heaters
R6 7.5A VSV's VVT, VVL, IAC
R7 10A Injectors, ignition coils
R8 5A Re-circ. pump


Evora

Main Fusebox

The main fuse and relay boxes are located at the front of the passenger footwell, protected by a removable panel secured by a quarter turn fastener at each top corner, and a location channel on the floor. Forty slots are provided for mini fuses which are numbered, and coloured according to their amperage rating, and may be pulled out from their slots using the fuse extractor tool clipped to the fusebox. Six maxi fuses protecting major circuits are also provided, along with six single contact change over micro relays and two 50A power relays.

Evora Main Fuse Box


Slot Rate Circuit Slot Rate Circuit Slot Rate Circuit
C1 10A Horn C21 3A Ignition Services MC1 40A Battery Positive
C2 5A Battery Services C22 5A ABS MC1 40A B+, ignition
C3 7.5A CDL, Alarm B+ C23 3A Homelink MC3 40A Accessories
C4 20A Rad fan relay 1 C24 3A Brake lamps MC4 40A ABS B+
C5 20A Rad fan relay 3 C25 15A HL powerwash MC5 25A ABS B+
C6 10A Radio B+ C26 5A Alarm ignition MC6 25A HRS
C7 5A Key-in relay C27 - -
C8 2A Ignition switch C28 7.5A HVAC ignition
C9 20A Driver's window C29 5A Washer jets
C10 20A Passenger's window C30 5A SRS unit
C11 7.5A Hazard & Turn C31 3A Heated mirrors
C12 3A Interior lighting C32 5A Washer pump
C13 20A Int. control mod. C33 5A Mirror/window sw.
C14 3A Footwell lamps C34 20A Wiper Motor
C15 5A LH sidelamps C35 - -
C16 5A RH sidelamps C36 20A Interior fan
C17 15A LH headlamp C37 10A Cabin power socket
C18 15A RH headlamp C38 - -
C19 15A Main beam C39 - -
C20 3A Rear foglamp C40 - -

Relays

Mounted on the front fusebox panel, is a block of relays, the layout of which is inverted for opposite drive hands:

Evora Main Fuse Box


Rear Fusebox

Fuses and relays for the engine bay and rear mounted systems are contained in a fusebox mounted in the cabin, behind the left hand rear quarter trim panel. For access, use a coin to release the quarter turn fastener on the lower edge of the removable panel, and unhook the top edge. Twenty slots are provided for mini fuses which are numbered, and coloured according to their amperage rating, and may be pulled out from their slots using the fuse extractor tool clipped to the fusebox. Two maxi fuses protecting major circuits are also provided, along with four single contact change over micro relays, and two power relays.

Evora Main Fuse Box


Slot Rate Circuit Slot Rate Circuit Slot Rate Circuit
R1 10A ECU, fan relay 3 R11 7.5A A.c. compressor MR1 30A Crank & main relay
R2 7.5A Injectors R12 3A Rev lamp, camera MR2 30A Busbar R17-R20
R3 10A Ignition coils R13 - -
R4 2A Re-circ. pump R14 10A Engine bay fan
R5 - - R15 3A Boot lamps
R6 - - R16 10A Boot power socket
R7 5A ECU ignition R17 20A Amplifier
R8 7.5A Engine solenoids R18 5A Fuel filler flap
R9 5A O2 heaters R19 10A Fuel pump
R10 5A Alternator ign. R20 5A Alternator B+

References

Wikipedia On Fuse Boxes

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