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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is a knob beside the headlights under the hood, fairly good sized, looks like rubber and you can manually turn down your headlights. That happened to my 86 Supra last year and the sync was just off and once I turned them down they started working perfectly. Hope this helps
Posted on Apr 04, 2009
There are 2 possible areas. 1 is the fuse box beside your left foot. 2 would be in the engine compatment on the right.
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
This problem is specific to the Gen4 Celica (86-89). Intermittent or no heat heat is caused by cracked
solder joints in the Heater Control Panel. You need to remove the panel
and re-solder the solder joints. When electrical continuity is broken,
the panel defaults to the cold setting. If you go over a bump and it
touches again, you may get hot. Hence, intermittent or no heat. We have
the complete DIY fix posted at www.st162.net and it's free. Pic below shows the heater control points to re-solder.
Posted on Dec 03, 2009
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