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1) I think the coin box is the one to the left of the steering wheel. Squeeze the sides after opening it if I remember correctly. Should be others under the hood.
2) It was behind the coin box. I found the fuse for the radio, clock and replaced it and all is well.
Where is the fuse box for 1996 toyota camry? There are several fuse boxes. one is on
the lower left side of the stearing wheel (by where you pop the hood)
and the other two are under the hood, on the drivers side by the
Most cars have a fuse diagram on the inside of the fuse box cover.
I suggtes check in the Power Distrbution Box (under hood), the power distribution box, trailer tow and electronic shift on the fly relay blocks are located in the engine compartment near the brake master cylinder.
Look position 20, 50AMP (Maxi Fuse) for Ignition Switch (B4 & B5) ans position 21 (same sizes) for Ignition Switch (B1 & B3)...
Try replacing the EFI (Electronic Fuel Ignition) relay. I just replaced mine and it solved the problem. The relay is under the hood along the left side of the engine above the wheel well. The black box shows EFI on top of it. It is the front/right relay (from a driver's perspective). Relay is less than $25 bucks at your local auto part store. The part number is Toyota M4 90987-02004. Be aware that there maybe other underlying problems which are causing the relay to fail.
The main fuse box is under the hood in the front left of the engine compartment beneath a roughly 14"x3" black plastic cover, right againt the outside edge of the engine compartment, you can't miss it . You can inspect each fuse by pulling out to see if any have blown. There is space for 3 spare fuses which may hold spare fuses.
There is another fuse box, called the "instrument panel fuse box." It is located inside the car, forward of the driver's left knee, behind the coin drawer that sits to the left of the steering column. Just pull out the drawer and you'll see the fuse block. There's a chart on the back of the drawer, in addition to the charts that can be found for both fuse boxes in the rear of the owner's manual.
i have a 2001 sienna xle,,, the power locks fuse box is under the dash to the left of the seering wheel behind the change holder..... changing the fuse should reactive the locks....also u have three fuse boxes under the hood..good luck