Question about 2005 Toyota Tacoma
Blew the 130 amp ignition fuse during a battery change and not able to get the fuse out to replace it?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: hi i connected the jump leads
Get loose the fuse box, remove the lower cover, remove the 2 8mm bolts that hold the fuse,and replace it, do not let the car piggy backed for a long period of time is a little dangerous.
Posted on Dec 28, 2010
SOURCE: A friend tried to jump
I would start within the ignition itself in the steering column also try disconnecting the ignition coils wiring.The short could be ANYWHERE.Toyota generally runs the ignition, battery, ECM and ignition coil off of the ignition fuse. The ECM controls things such as oxygen sensors, brakelight signal and starter signal. Start at the battery and slowly inspect back, keep me informed of progress but look carefully at the ignition on the column and wiring leading to it
Posted on Jan 19, 2011
SOURCE: i have no ignition spark,
yes there is a fuse that controls the ignition aswell you could have blown all those underhood relay fuses, an ive seen people fry computers doing this aswell, check/replace bad fuses an if its still a no go, try an do a diagnostics check on it
Posted on Feb 12, 2011
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