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2004 Alphard cig lighter fuse replacement


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Really struggling to find our 2004 Alphard cigarette lighter fuse.

Everything I have read (online, and p.284 of the JPNZ manual) seems to suggest that this fuse is located on a fuse box in behind the passenger side glove compartment and that it's supposed to be a 15A fuse numbered 25 on that panel.

 

However, after lifting out the glove compartment door I can't see anything resembling a fuse box in there.

The JPNZ manual does say "Consult your Toyota dealer when you need to check or replace fuses in this box" which seems somewhat extreme.

 

Can anybody assist please?

 

Thanks

Tom

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  • 3 months later...

The Alphard fuses that are behind the passenger lower glove box are hidden.

First remove the door of the glove box and the small panel right in the front corner next to the door, there is a plastic covered screw that has to be removed to get the small panel out, no tools just unscrew with your fingers.This panel also has the fuse diagram printed on it.

At first inspection it looks like there are no fuses present, but if you get yourself a torch and get right under the panel and look up,you will see the fuses,they face down towards the floor. 

Once you have found them good luck getting to them as there is not much room.

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  • 1 year later...

This was brilliant bit of advice. I have been searching for months for the fuse panel for cig lighter. It was only when I read this that I finally found it. Much appreciated. Mike

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