Question about 1999 Toyota Corolla
I washed 1999 Toyota Corolla CE the other day and at the carwash I decided to spray down engine compartment while the engine was running I did a quick sweep to get off some dirt, well after I parked and had to go somewhere again the check engine light comes on and blinks, I figured something has to dry out but the problem has remained and the car sounds like a little hesitation or not running 100% well I found out by checking fuses that my 10 amp fuses in engine compartment the two controlling Head (LH)or Head(LH-UPR) and another fuse on the right side RT Side are completey burned out with no power coming out of fuse block holder I put volt meter and shows no power My headlights are find what controlls (RELAY) these fuses and where can I locate them? And how do I check them to see if they need replacement. Thanks RS
Remove the spark plug wires and use a blow gun to dry the spark plug tubes of any water that may have gotten in, the blinking engine light means there is a missfire. and check those fuses with the headlights on and see if they have power.
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