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2001 corolla fuse problem

Plugged in an electric pump to the cigar lighter, ran the engine,pumped up tyres,switched off engine,disconnected pump. Switched on ignition, no radio or screen or cigar lighter.

Which fuse is it ? 5, 7.5, 10 and where?

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Inside the cover of the fuse panel there should be a diagram of which fuses control what.

the fuse box is usually on the drivers side by where your feet are.

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