Question about 1999 Toyota Camry
This turns out all your dash loghts. There is a wire that runs to the bulb at the gear lever and you will most likly find that it is earthing out on the gear stick when you move it
Posted on Nov 27, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It takes a short circuit to blow a fuse. You could try to disconnet thingsuntil it stops, but that is slow. Better if you buy pulse generator to replace the fuse, then move probe over wire until puse stops at the short in the wire.
Harbor Freight might sell a short circuit test probe and pulse generator.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
I didn't mean it was possibly the aftermarket radio it self. I was thinking that who ever installed it may not have capped off the dimmer wire on the radio harness and it's shorting out once in awhile. People that don't know what their doing figure that sience the radio works the other wires left over don't do anything and leave them hanging.
That's why I asked for the clarification.
Installing radio's for so long you come across just about everything. If you bought the car used and it has the factory radio in it you don't know that the previous owner didn't take out his alpine and cobbed the factory radio back in etc.
Posted on Sep 15, 2008
try and take not when it blows to what is on a/c or blows when using windows or straight away
can put head light globe into fuse location head light lights up bright when short is present so you can then locate problem
Posted on May 28, 2009
There is only ONE reson why a fuse blows: Something is overloading the circuit and drawing more amperage than the fuse is designed to handle. This is what is known as an "overload" or a "short circuit".
Plesase read the following two articles:
Where's the fuse?
What else could be wrong?
If after reading these two articles, you think you would like to try your hand at tracking this down and fixing it yourself, and you are sure you have the correct equipment (as listed in the articles), let me know and I will help walk you through it.
Posted on Apr 18, 2012
by putting a bigger fuse in u fried the switch. get a new wiper switch and the correct fuse chances are the switch was bad and was contacting or arcing and blew the fuse the first time
Posted on Nov 01, 2012
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