My stereo was stolen out of my car and apparently they took the fuses too... i tried to replace the stereo and couldnt get power to it when i checked the fuses there missing ive tried atc and atm fuses neither fit... any idea on what size these are supposed to be?
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i am working on a 1991 camry this weekend. i would suspect the battery first. it was just stolen and they probably did not pay attention to the battery the way you would. can you check voltage of the battery. if below 12 volt probably best to take it to a parts store and have it checked. if the battery is ok and you are getting a click try tapping on the starter with a hammer or something solid like a hammer as this usually will make the starter work once or twice. this would mean the starter is going out. have you ever replaced it? how long have you had this car? if the fuses were bad you would not get the click so don't worry about fuses. good luck
To erase the check engine light on a 1994 Camry, open the hood, and, in the engine compartment fuse box, remove the blue 15 amp EFI fuse for one minute. This will clear the codes. If you have a hard code; ie a malfunctioning sensor, the light will come right back on.
finjd an owners manual and it will tell you were the fuses go and what sizes if you dont have a manual you can get one at a local junk yard. in most cases they are free the dealer wants close to $100 for one
-if your fuses are blowing
-the problem is in the wiring
-because if too much amperage flows through the fuse will blow
-there's probably a short to ground somewhere or high resistance after the fuses causing it to draw more amps
there will not be any fuses for the speakers themselves, you may have fried the internal components which drive the speakers. if the two fuses you mentioned are okay, you most likely will need a new stereo. does the radio even turn on at all?