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1994 toyota corolla blowing AM2 30A fuse under the hood

My mother in law's corolla won't start,she drove to the store parked,and when she tried to turn it on it just cranks,but won't start.I noticed the AM2 30A fuse under the hood was blown,so I replaced and as soon as I tried to start the car it blew the fuse again.All it does is crank and no start.Any help would be appreciated,thanks

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  • bfelter Feb 09, 2009

    1994 toyota coroola am 2 fuse also blows

  • darrenkroger May 11, 2010

    my car cranks btut it wont turn how do i fix this prblem

  • Toyota Ed May 11, 2010

    AM2 is ignition switch power, and the power for the fuel injectors.

    Notthing else is on that circuit.

    I would look for a short to ground on the wiring harness at the fuel injectors. Please get back to me if you need further information.

  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2014

    It cranks fine and will briefly fire with starting fluid. I checked fuse box under the hood and EFI fuse is OK. Gas in tank smells OK

  • Anonymous Mar 20, 2014

    i just turn the key and the fuse blowsout. i don't turn the key all the way to start it, just enough to turn the power on.


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On top of the cover of the fuses it will tell you what that fuse was for. Odds are whatever it is, is shorting out and will need to be replaced.

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