Question about 1990 Toyota Corolla
I do not have a fuse layout diagram but can tell you where the actual fuse is. Below is a picture and where you see the integration box or J/B No. 1 is the fuse panel it is in and is the one marked "tail". BUT (and there's always a but) If you look in this same picture you will notice a tail lamp relay which also could be bad. Now to top that off there is a fuseable link for that relay as well. If you are able to see any wires going to the connection of that relay, the white wire should have constant power (key on or off). If you do not have constant power at the white wire or if the relay has numbers on it, it will be number 1. In any case if you don't have that power, then you most likely have a blown fuseable link and will have to trace that white wire back towards the battery to locate the link that is bad. I hope I was able to help out and hope your just dealing with a fuse issue and by the way it should be a 15 amp fuse.
Posted on Feb 21, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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