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No lights...don't see where the fuse block is
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
A blocked line shouldn't cause the pump to blow a fuse. It is most likely a short in the wire somewhere that caused the fuse to blow, and would also keep the pump from starting even with a new fuse.
Posted on Jun 08, 2011
need to check the multi-function switch. the brake light signal goes through the turn signal switch on the steering column. the brake lights come on if the turn signal is not being operated. the circuit for the brake light can loose contact in the switch.
Posted on Aug 12, 2011
SOURCE: i got a 2004 chevy
If it is anything like my 04 GMC Sierra, there is a relay panel under the hood. In that underhood box where you found the fuses, there are also relays. They pop out (the diagram is on the lid of the box). After the GMC hit 200k, the relays started going out. The high beams are on a relay, the lowbeams are on a different one. You can pop one out and replace it with the horn or foglight relay if you want to check it out. I am betting that the DRL bulb just happened to go at the same time. Mine go out regularly..I would say around every 10-15k miles. I don't know if this helps, it is just something that I have run across with a similar vehicle.
Posted on Aug 16, 2011
SOURCE: Have a 2001 camry &
Here's a couple of lifts from the toyota forum:-
1) I think the coin box is the one to the left of the steering wheel. Squeeze the sides after opening it if I remember correctly. Should be others under the hood.
2) It was behind the coin box. I found the fuse for the radio, clock and replaced it and all is well.
Where is the fuse box for 1996 toyota camry? There are several fuse boxes. one is on the lower left side of the stearing wheel (by where you pop the hood) and the other two are under the hood, on the drivers side by the battery.
Most cars have a fuse diagram on the inside of the fuse box cover.
Posted on Aug 30, 2011
If it is like the 2000 Neon it is power to the computer and without it the vehicle won't run. That hard part will be finding the reason it is blowing because if you bypass it with a straight wire you take a chance on burning the vehicle computer out. My problem turned out to be the Alarm power wire coming free from where it had been attached at the rear of the fuse panel and brushing up against that position and causing the fuse to blow.
Posted on Sep 09, 2011
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