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The battery on my '95 celica apparently keeps running down. have started it with jumper cables. now no dash light. so have removed same kind of fuse called s.t. and put in panel light and the panel light works. but what is s.t.?? do I need that fuse there to run the car? thanks. tim

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  • Toyota Ed May 11, 2010

    ST controls part of the ECM, and the Circuit Opening Relay, among other circuits..

    You need this to run the car.

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Havent a clue on this one sorry ,but checking for a slow short is a major head ache most usual cause of overnight failure is altenator rectifier diodes

Posted on Jun 27, 2009

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