Question about 2004 Toyota RAV4
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Sounds like you have one or more bad fuses. I would go ahead and check them all. All you need is a 12 volt test light which has a sharp probe on one end and an alligator clip on the other end. Ground the alligator clip to a piece of metal by the fuse box. Then turn the ignition switch to the on position. Then probe both sides of every fuse. It should light on both sides. If you find a fuse that only lights on one side, that fuse is blown. If it doesn't light on either side, turn your headlights on and recheck. If it still does not light on either side, skip that fuse as that is not the bad one (those are generally for engine components). If none of the fuses light up, check your ground or change to another ground location. You can always check to make sure your tester is working by checking it across the battery. If it doesn't light there, the tester bulb is burnt out. When you find the blown fuse, replace it with the same color/same amp rating. Hope this helps. Good luck :O)
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