Question about 1991 Toyota Camry
If you are missing the fuse cover that shows which fuse goes where then the best thing to do is remove each fuse (one by one) and look to see if the wires inside the fuse are connected..if you see black marks or broken connecters in the fuse then just replace it with a new one...another thing you can do is go to the local auto parts store and buy a $4.99 quick fuse tester/puller. Then you can test all of your fuses to figure out which one needs to be replaced.
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