Question about 1992 Toyota Celica
I tryed replacing fuses but it did not help, I also disconnected battery to see if it would possibly reset every thing and no luck :(. Any Ideas?
The horn and the flashers are controlled by the 15 amp HAZ-Horn fuse.
The trunk light is powered by the 20 amp Dome light.
The radio is powered by the above Dome fuse, and the 15 amp Radio & CIG fuse.
With a 12 volt testlight, check for power on BOTH sides of the above fuses. If you have no power to either side of the fuses, you have an open circuit under the hood that feeds said fuses: Look for an open circuit in the main fusible link coming right off of the battery positive terminal to the wiring harness.
Posted on Oct 07, 2008
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