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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: toyota liteace fuse box
Hi do this first in this order:
1. Locate your fuse box. ( should be under the drivers steering column or under the dash ect).
2. Usually there is a diagram on the fuse box cover. (usually in Japanese)
3. If you can't speak Japanese, that's fine just go through every fuse in the fuse box and inspect them all
4. Replace burnt out fuses with an identical amp match. (eg burnt 10amp fuse replace with new 10amp fuse). Simple.
Warning do not replace a burnt out fuse with a higher amp fuse as this may cause a fire.
If you continue blowing fuses all the time then there is something not right.
A lose positive wire may be arcing out to negative earth (car body). And causing you to blow fuses.
Its a process of common sense and elimination that will fix this problem.
Let me no how you get on.
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
Right in the dipstick tube. Check your manual as to whether the engine is to be running or not during checking, usually yes, warm and in park or neutral.
Posted on Oct 04, 2010
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