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No voltage to my starter Toyota MR2 -91

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Have a Toyota MR2 with no voltage to the starter, in the wiringdiagram i see a fuse called FL 1.0 Y but i cant find it

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Fusible link, usually near battery area.

Posted on Jan 10, 2009

  • gh200 Jan 24, 2011

    On the 89-98 sw20 MR2
    FL1.0Y is the end part of the small wire that is bolted to the starter motor
    (not the other small wire that plugs in,,or the large cable)
    pull the loose grey plastic covering back and you will see the fusible link
    which has Yellow insulation (the Y in FL1.0Y means yellow)

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