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Fuse problem I have a toyota camry 1993, I might have short circuit the fuse when I change my battery... I just wanna know which fuse to change..?? it won't even crank when I turn the keys...

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If you can see your battery is now giving you power (headlights work, etc.) start by checking your fuses and your relays (also located in the fuse box). Your relays (the first thing I would check) probably have a clear plastic top so you can see if they are blown without having to pull them out. Tip: if you see it is one of the relays you may not be able to just pull it out like a fuse--give it a shot and if it doesn't work then it is bolted in from beneath and you will have to figure out how to get it out of the plastic casing of the fuse box, which can be a pain....

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