Question about 2007 Toyota Corolla
My 2007 Corolla has some sort of electrical glitch - the radio, dome light, clock and headlight dinger do not work - sometimes. They operate properly sometimes for minutes, sometimes for days. Then they all quit. Sometimes the clock is very dim - but it keeps time properly unless it's out altogether. Friends have suggested the ground screw - but nobody knows for certain where that is located in this car. So... does anyone have any ideas?
There is a body control module in those cars that is an electronic device that runs all those accessories. They are not cheap.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is the interior fuse. The fusebox is on the left side under the dash, in front of the door. The fusebox door has a diagram identifying the fuses. Replacement fuses are available from any discount store or auto parts store. Use the correct amperage fuse.
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Posted on Aug 30, 2009
Check your cigarette lighter/aux power port it may be on the same circuit as the clock. If the fuse is OK then it is likely an internal issue with the clock itself. This is a very common problem with several clocks. I offer a repair service that has a lifetime guarantee and is several hundred dollars cheaper than buying a new clock (that will also eventually fail).
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Posted on Feb 06, 2010
Hello! The fuse is located in under-hood box #2...Face the front of the vehicle ...It is on the drivers side fender wall, about mid-engine..It is called the "dome" fuse; 15A
Posted on Feb 17, 2010
This is a very common problem with many of the mid 90 - 2000 era import
vehicles. The clock modules are very prone to internal failure. I offer
a reasonable repair service with a lifetime guarantee, check it out:
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Posted on Dec 12, 2010
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