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92 Celica ST model. Exposed wiring in running lights.

Hello, I found some exposed wiring in the running lights and before I could get them fixed with electrical tape, or similar, the exposed wiring hit a solid metal surface and shorted out the running lights. I'm fairly certain it's blown a fuse or shorted a relay but I can't find the proper fuse box or relay that controls this. Do you have a schematic for the wiring/fuse boxes with description? Thanks, Stan

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  • staneason Dec 30, 2008

    O.K. I've located that fuse box, but I don't have a cover that show's which relays/fuses go to what. All fuses are good; so, I'm thinking it must be a relay. Is this located in the same relay/fuse panel area? Thanks, for your help. Stan

  • staneason Dec 30, 2008

    I did as you've requested and no luck. Is there a possibility it being a different area? Maybe dash light fader switch? The dash lights went out also as a result of this problem. Thanks, Stan

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The fuse box in under the dash, up high, close to the drive-side inner fender. You cannot see it if you are NOT laying in the driver side footwell looking upo to the left.... it is rectangular, about 3-4 inches long x 2 incles wide. Possibly a black or cream coloured cover.

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  • Toyota Ed Dec 30, 2008

    I'll trade you this for a FixYa rating:



    On the fuse box, directly above the fuses, there are two relays that are identical. The one on the left is the rear defogger relay, the one on the right is the taillamp relay. Switch them & see if this helps.

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