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Am1 fuse blows 1995 celica

No power to starter circuit. am1 fuse blows when switched to on position

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It sounds like your fusible link is blown or you have a bad battery connection.

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Usually in the fuse box kick plate next to driver's lower footwell or passenger side, depending on which country you're in.

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SOURCE: My 2002 Sebring keeps blowing the starter fuse?

Mine is doing the same thing. We are getting ready to replace the starter. Hopefully that is the problem. I'll let you know how it turns out.

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If no power to the fuse panel for that fuse and circuit breaker, you may have a maxi-fuse burnt out in the power distribution box by or near the battery. Check all your fuses under the hood.

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