Can't find my kick panel fuse blocks!

Discussion in '100-Series Cruisers' started by stubbs, Aug 10, 2018 at 4:40 PM.

  1. stubbs

    stubbs

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    I'm losing my mind a little bit here!

    I wanted to try pulling the fuse for the navigation system on my '04 for a while to see if that'll fix my "No Map DVD" error, so I looked up the location in my handy owner's manual.

    Driver's side kick panel, it says. No problem, I think. Pull kick panel, pull fuse... oh wait, I don't see a fuse block!

    Picture of what's behind my driver's side kick panel -- I don't see a fuse block behind the passenger kick panel either. Am I daft and missing something really basic, or has a nefarious former owner somehow relocated entire fuse blocks?

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    Thanks for the sanity check.
     
  2. CBeckFJ

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    The kick panel fuse box on my '99 there in that area. Idk if they did something different to the 04
     
  3. uHu

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    You've probably found out by now, but it's there, just above the tip of the footrest in this pic.
     
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    It's a very inconvenient location... I recall testing a few fuses there and thinking to myself, "WHY, TOYOTA?"

    I assume the engineer who designed it that way was an out of work chiropractor.
     
  5. Slashzero

    Slashzero SILVER Star

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    Pinch the sides to release the tabs. Same on the passenger side.
     
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    My saviors. I hadn’t found it yet, thanks for the help!
     
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    Glad I looked here with you--I too had the same issue with LX, now I know where to look. Thanks guys!!!
     
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