2006 TOYOTA PRIUS FUSE BOX
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wwwa››Toyota›Prius›2006 Toyota PriusAug 27, 2011Toyota prius 2009 rear light not turning on where is a fuse box or any ather problems You can find the fuse box, under the steering wheel. Remove the plastic cover, and look on the back for the diagram to see which fuse to replace.Hi there,
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Toyota Prius: 2006 Toyota Prius - Al of a sudden - ASAP
Jul 16, 20122006 Toyota Prius - Al of a sudden the displsy in the center of the dash went out. I checked all the fuses outside in the engine compartment and all the ones on the inside under the dash by the steering wheel. Now in addition to the council displsy being out, the fan/heater/ac doesn't work (maybe it didn't work before cause i could not see it).4/5Did you recheck the 15a ECU-B like I said in the reply? I circled it in for you and colored in the fuses to make it easier to find. Interior: engine top: engine bottom:When you checked them you must have put this one back in the wrong spot. I have attached your pictured edited to show you to move it up to the spot neighboring the 25amp. When moving it make sure the metal piece inside the fuse is not broken. Retest everything after this is back in its spot and reply with the results.The following fuses all play a part in the cruise system: STOP, IGN, ETCS, EFI, DOME, GAUGE, and HEVYou should be able to accept any of the replies that are labeled 'Answer'. The following fuses all play a part in the cruise system: STOP, IGN, ETCS, EFI, DOME, GAUGE, and HEV. Is everything working now besides the cruise? Dome light, Headlights , taillights, horn, etc. Does the cruise light not come on at all or just not set? Have you tried to turn the cruise on while driving and set it even if the light doesn't comes on?I don't think the problem is a fuse, if you have a multimeter(volt/ohm) I can tell you how to test the switch. You will need a torx t30 to remove the airbag to get to the connector also.As I said before there isn't just one fuse. I listed them all above. The scews the hold the airbag on to the steering wheel are torx bit size t30 not phillips. Once you have the cruise switch out check continuity between the two outside pins on the switch. With the switch pressed in you should get am ohm reading.I labeled them. There is 3 in the interior box and 3 in the engine room.Do the power windows, turn signals, tail lights , cruise, etc all work?Looks like the 15a ecu-b fuse in the drivers fuse box is the most likely fuse with what you've described.Toyota Prius: the instrument cluster or panel does not workOct 11, 2012Prius: you access the main power fuse under the hoodJan 04, 2010See more results