Question about 2006 Toyota Tacoma
You didn't mention the actual problem which would be helpful.
If you mean that the indicators which are often built into the rear-view mirror aren't working, it may be a connector problem at the back of the mirror. This is a very low-power circuit and wouldn't require a separate fuse but would be connected to a circuit with other accessories.
If those are the only items not working, it wouldn't be the fault of a blown fuse. The very small connector in my Subaru has lost contact a few times over the years and all that was required was to push it firmly back into the mating connector mounted in the body of the mirror.
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
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