Question about 2003 Toyota Corolla
Hi jesse, there is two fuses which you will have to check, first one is usually in the main cockpit of the car in a box under your leg holes so to speak and usually quite well concieled, the second is under your bonnet and is more of a oxo cube sized block called a relay, very hard to examine for faults but if you look on the lid of both boxes you will see pictures of all you electricals on them and the numbered position for them. careful though as you have three fuses for lights alone and lots more for instruments and such. hope this helps?let me know if i can help you further.
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
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