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Bulb replaced in dash fuses ok alt checked and ok
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
chapmnfarm: your head lights use a "2" fuse system.
one for the left and one for the right.
The fuse box you are looking for is under the hood on the passenger's side. It is a black box roughly 8 inches long and 4-5 inches wide. When you remove the cover, you will see fuses and relays. What you are looking for is the section in the box which has a cluster of 7 fuses. 3 in one row and 4 in the other. On the outer parameter are two relays. The fuses you are interested in are located in the row of 4 fuses, with the two closest to the "L" shaped part of the box. Both of those should be 15 amp fuses.
The fuse below those should be a 20 amp which is the lighting switch and the one below it is a 15 amp which is for the interior lights and the clock.
Check your harness grounds in the engine compartment near the area you have the problem. There are ground wires which come out of the harness on both sides of the core support. The wires are black in color and have "EYES" crimped onto the ends of the wires. Both of them will probably be located about 4-6 inches below the upper tie bar on each side of the radiator. Odds are that the eyes will be large enough to pass a 6mm bolt through.
I hope what I have given you will resolve your problem. Lem me know,,good luck>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
Get a Toyota shop manual before you attack the dash. There are a number of screws and clips that are not obvious, and there is a good chance you will get frustrated and break something if you just go at it.
On the Sienna, Your going to remove a good portion of the dash just to change light bulbs on the instrument cluster.
Get a shop manual, and the job will go smoothly. I would have not figured it out half the things is do without the instructions to what i am working on.
I know the dashboard HAS to come off. This may not help but I'm sure if you check the dealer they can give you an estimate of time/labor vs part cost.
Knowing the cost will make you invest in a shop manual, or you can go to Auto Zone or Parts Source for a print out, there free and you can get the parts from there too.
Posted on May 04, 2009
There may be a relay that operates the low beam lights, check the owners manual to see if there is a relay, you should be able to hear it go "click" if there is one.
Posted on Dec 26, 2009
SOURCE: brake lights not working,
Assuming the wiring to the brake lights is serviceable, you will find that the brake light switch, which is activated by the brake pedal for the brake lights, will have failed and will need to be replaced.
Just ensure you first replace the fuse and both brake light bulbs as an initial step and then re-check to ensure you still have no lights.
Posted on Jan 02, 2010
Check fuse f3 located in fascia fuse box,below steering wheel just above data link connection 15AMP
Fuse under bonnet f7 also connected to dash/rear lights,but if this blows you would have no indicators as well
good luck barry
Posted on Mar 13, 2010
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